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CARGO SERVICES 

Dundee to London, Hull, Newcastle, Middlesbrough, 
Southampton, and Portsmouth. 

Kirkcaldy to Hull, Newcastle, Southampton. 

Leith to Southampton, Portsmouth, and Treport. 

Hull to Newcastle, Kirkcaldy, Montrose, Berwick, 
and Moray Firth Ports. 

Southampton to Dunkirk. 

RIVER SERVICES : 

Dundee and Perth. Leith and Kirkcaldy. 

PASSENGER SERVICE: 

BETWEEN 

DUNDEE and LONDON.' 

WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. 

For Particulars of Sailings see Daily Newspapers. 
THE 

DUNDEE, PERTH, & LONDON SHIPPING GO. 

LIMITED, 

D. P. & L. BUILDINGS. DUNDEE. 

RALPH C. COWPER. General Manager. 



Jute, Linen, and Cotton Goods, 

And BAGS and SACKS of all descriptions. 



A. & S. HENRY & CO., Ltd, 

. DUNDEE, LIVERPOOL, LONDON, 

AND ELSEWHERE. 



Telephone Number: 5121, Branch Exchange. 
Telegraphic Address : " HENRYS, DUNDEE." 



JAFFE BROS. & GO. (DUNDEE) LTD. 

60 VICTORIA ROAD, DUNDEE. 



All Kinds of Jute, Flax, and Tow Yarns, Hessians, Sacks, 
Canuas, dc. 



Telephone No. 5171. Telegraphic Address: "JAFFE, DUNDEE." 

THE DUNDEE 

Brattice Cloth & Waterproofing Co., Ltd. 

(Successors to BRUCE & STURROCK), 

REGENT WORKS, DUNDEE. 

Manufacturers of BRATTICE CLOTH, WATERPROOF CANVASES, 
TARPAULIN COVERS, dc. 

Chemical Waterproofers of Jute, Flax, and Cotton Materials. 



Telegraphic Address: "BRATTICE, DUNDEE." Telephone No. 4910. 




Royal Hotel 

(DUNDEE) LTD. 

Telephone 4074-5. Manager: M. WADDELL 



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This Hotel has now been 
thoroughly modernised, hot and 
cold running water installed. 

MODERN ENTRANCE. 

New Lounge thoroughly modern 
and beautifully appointed. 

EXCELLENT CUISINE 
QUICK SERVICE. 

Open to Non-Residents. 

LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, 

DANCES, WEDDINGS, &c, 

Catered for. 

5 UNION ST., DUNDEE 



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Established 1815. 



Telephone 3397 Head Office. 




DUNDEE SAVINGS BANK 

(Certified under the Act of 1863). 

DEPOSITS OF ONE SHILLING RECEIVED. 

Rates of Interest, 2J%, 2J%, and 3% 

Government Annuity and Stock Business Transacted. 

Full information as to Deposits, &c, on enquiry at 

any office. Home Safes issued free. National Savings 

Certificates Sold. 

Business transacted by Post. 

Branches : 

146 Princes Street. 55 High Street, Lochee. 

181 Hawkhill. 1 Stirling Street. 

271 Clepington Road. 

84 Fort Street, Broughty Ferry. 

13 and 15 Castle Street, Tayport. 

Also at Brechin: 10 St Mary Street. 

And St Andrews : Church Street. 

HEAD OFFICE : 

2 EUCLID STREET. DUNDEE. 

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THE 

DUNDEE 
PRIVATE NURSING HOME, 

MARRBANK, 

DUDHOPE STREET, DUNDEE. 

SURGICAL. MEDICAL. 
MATERNITY. 

QUIET, CENTRAL HOME 
ESTABLISHED 30 YEARS 
RECONSTRUCTED 1926. 

THE DUNDEE TRAINED 
NURSES' ASSOCIATION. 

REGISTRY OF TRAINED AND 
RECOMMENDED NURSES 
: FOR PRIVATE NURSING : 



THE MISSES L. & K. A. LITTLE. 

Phone Miss L. Little, 

4547. Principal. 




^he ^British 

Insurance Company Limited 

HEAD OFFICE: 31-2 KING STREET, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON, E.C.2. 

J. C CORNELIUS, MANAGER AND SECRETARY. 



FIRE. 

Householders' Comprehensive Policies. 

Loss of Profits due to Fire, Employers' Liability, 

Personal Accident, Burglary, Fidelity Guarantee, 

Third Party, Motors, Lifts, Boilers, 

Property Owners' Indemnity, Glass Breakage, 

Live Stock. 

Executor and Trustee. 



EDINBURGH BOARD. 

Chairman : 
J. H. Jameson, Esq., W.S. (Messrs Boyd, Jameson, & Young 1 , W.S.), Leith. 
J. A. S.Millar, Esq., M.V.O., W.S. (Messrs Russell & Dunlop, W.S.), Edinburgh. 
H. H. Monteath, Esq., W.S. (Messrs Home & Lyell, W.S.), Edinburgh. 



DUNDEE BOARD. 

Chairman : 
James A. Graham, Esq., Solicitor (Messrs J. A. & T. Graham, Solicitors), 

Dundee. 
H. Victor Neill, Esq., Solicitor (Messrs Neill & Gibb, Solicitors), Arbroath. 
T. K. Douglas, Esq., Solicitor (Messrs J. & J. Ogilvie, Solicitors), Dundee. 

Branch Office: 34 QUEEN STREET, EDINBURGH, 2. 

JAS. H. M'ROBERT, A.C.I.I., District Secretary. 



APPLICATIONS FOR AGENCIES ARE INVITED. 

Full Particulars of Terms and other Information may be obtained at the about 
Branch Office, or from 

Messrs J. A. & T. GRAHAM, Solicitors, 

2 UNION STREET, DUNDEE, 

and 

Messrs J. & J. OGILVIE, Solicitors, 

13 ALBERT SQUARE, DUNDEE. 





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JAMES ROSS, 

27 COMMERCIAL STREET, 
DUNDEE. 



"FIRST AID • FIRE FIGHTING 

and 

PROTECTION APPARATUS of all Kinds. 

FIRE HOSE and ACCESSORIES. 

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS and CHARGES of all Types. 



AUTOMATIC FIRE ALARMS. 



AUTOMATIC FIRE ESCAPES. 



Fernbrae 
Nursing Home 

Limited. 

Directors : 

GEORGE BONAR. 

Sir WILLIAM HENDERSON, C.B., LL.D. 

M. WINSTANLEY. 

MEDICAL. SURGICAL. 
MATERNITY. 

Massage and Medical Electricity. 
Plombiere Treatment and Medical 
Baths. Outdoor Nurses Supplied. 



Modern X-Ray installation for examination 
of patients on the premises. 



FERNBRAE, 
PERTH ROAD, DUNDEE. 

Telephone No. 67429. 




SPECIAL 
OFFER 




COMPLETE 
ALL-IN PRICE 

(Settee and Two 
Easy Chairs) 

£4 a/- 



range of materials, including 
Glamis Fabrics, Shadow 
Tissues, Printed Linens, etc., 
in up-to-date designs and 
colourings. 

Each cover is measured out 
and fitted by expert uphol- 
sterers. The outside seams 
are welted, and inside seams 
oversewn by hand. 
A perfect job is assured. 



HUNTERS 



(Wm. Hunter & Co., Ltd.) 



WELLGATE 



DUNDEE. 



PHONE 6061. 



Established 1886. Phones : { jjouse 3771 

D. T. PATTERSON, 

(18 Years Lecturer on Building Work at Heriot-Watt 
College, Edinburgh, ) 

Builder and Contractor, 

4 SOAPWORK LANE, 
DUNDEE. 



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Estimates Furnished 
for all Kinds of Masonry and Brick Work. 



HIGH-CLASS CUT STONE WORK A SPECIALITY. 

JOBBING PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 

EXPERT IN DRAINAGE WORK. 

BAKERS' OVENS BUILT AND REPAIRED. 



ENGINE SEATS OF STONE OR CONCRETE. 

EXPERT REPORTS on RESTORATION WORK. 

ALL BUILDING MATERIAL STOCKED. 



PETOL TANKS OF ANY SIZE OR TYPE BUILT IN. 



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The Plan of Dundee 

May be had in the following styles: — 

In Sheet Form 

Thick Paper - - 1/- 

Mounted on Cloth - 2/- 

Mounted on Board - 2/6 

In Cloth Case 

With List of Public Buildings and 
Index to Streets indicating their 
situation on Plan. 

Paper - 2/6 

Cloth 3/6 

A Coloured Plan, showing Wards I to 12 
in different shades, may be had in any of 
the above styles for 1/6 extra. 



BURNS & HARRIS, LTD. 

112 NETHERGATE, DUNDEE 

Telephone 309 1 (2 Lines) 




TAYSIDE PRINTING WORKS 

The Most Complete and Efficient in the North of Scotland. 

BURNS & HARRIS, Ltd. 

MANUFACTURING STATIONERS, 
COMMERCIAL AND COLOUR PRINTERS, 

AND LITHOGRAPHERS, 
BOOKBINDERS, 

DIE-STAMPERS, 

PAPER-RULERS. 

Specialities : Colour Printing and Offset Lithography. 

TAYSIDE PRINTING WORKS, 

DUNDEE. 

RETAIL WAREHOUSE and OFFICE : 

112 NETHERGATE. 

Telephone No. Telegraphic Address : 

3091 (2 Lines). " Tayside, Dundee." 



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THE 



DUNDEE DIKECTOBY 

1936-1937, 



INCLUDING 



MONIFIETH, CARNOUSTIE, NEWPORT, TAYPORT, 

AND THB 

RURAL DISTRICT IN THE VICINITY OF DUNDEE. 

ACCOMPANIED BY A 

PLAN OF GREATER DUNDEE 

(WITH MINIATURE PLAN OF REGISTRATION DISTRICTS), 

ALSO 

PLANS OF MONIFIETH, CARNOUSTIE, NEWPORT AND WORMIT, 
AND TAYPORT. 




DUNDEE: 
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY BURNS & HARRIS, LTD, 

112 Netheegate. 

1936. 



Price 10s 6d. 




CONTENTS. 



&c, 



General Notice, 

Municipal Ward Boundaries, 

List of Streets, Squares, Lanes, Entries, 

Public Offices, Buildings, Parks, &c, 

Municipal Lists, 

Judicial Lists, 

Banking and Insurance Lists, 
Property and Investment Companies, 

Public Conveyances, 

Ecclesiastical Lists, 

Educational and Literary Institutions, 
Charitable and Benevolent Institutions, 

Miscellaneous Lists, 

Harbour and Shipping Lists, 

Postal Directory 

Dundee Street Directory, 

General Directory, 

Trades and Professions Directory, 

Monifieth Directory, 

Trades and Professions Directory, 

Carnoustie Directory, 

Trades and Professions Directory, 

Newport and Wormit Directory, 

Trades and Professions Directory, 

Tayport Directory, 

Trades and Professions Directory, 

Rural District Directory, 

Index to Advertisements, Page 63 

Addendum, 



Plan of Greater Dundee (including Miniature 
Plan of Registration Districts), 
Monifieth, 

Carnoustie, 

Newport and Wormit, 

Tayport, ... 









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INDEX. 



PAGE 

Aberdeen and Banff Assocn. - 102 
Abstainers' Club - - - 127 

Accountants' Corporation - - 131 
Addendum - - Card Insert 

Aerated Water Manufacturers - 130 
Aged Christian Friend Society - 108 

Seaman's Institution - 110 

Homes of Rest for - 108, 109 

Agricultural Associations - - 133 
Air Mail Services - - - 159 
Airmen, Employment of - - 138 
Albert Institute - - - - 101 
Alliance of Honour - - - 89 

Trust Co., Ltd. - - 70 

Allotment Gardens, Vegetable 47, 117 

Assoc, Monifieth 1012 

Ambulance Assoc, St Andrew's 110 

Monifieth 1012 

Analyst, Public - - - 45 

Angling Clubs - - - - 117 
Angus Christian Union - - 89 

County Council - - 50 

Police - - 47 

Justices of the Peace - 63 

Poultry Association - 133 



Property Invest. Co., Ltd. 71 

War Pensions Committee 111 

Animals, Prevention of Cruelty 109 
Appeal Court, Licensing - - 59 
Approved Societies - - 52 

Aquarists' Association - - 124 
Arcade Property Co. , Ltd. - 70 

Architect, City - - - - 45 
Architects, Dundee Institute of - 101 
Armitstead Trust - - - 99 

Convalescent Home 1 04 

Art Association, Fine - - 101 

Bequest, Duncan - - 99 

College of - - - - 94 

Gallery - - - - 101 

Society - - - - 100 

and Technology Institute - 94 

Artillery - - - - - 136 
Ashludie Sanatorium - - - 104 
Assessor, City - - - - 45 
Asylum, Royal Lunatic - - 105 
Athletic and Gymnastic Clubs - 118 
Automobile Association - - 121 
Baby Clinics - - - - 34 
Bailie or Burgh Court - - 59 

Bailies 43 

Bakers' Association, Master - 132 
Bakery Students' Association - 102 
Baldovan Institution - - - 105 
Balfiekl Feuars' Association - 139 
Band of Hope Union - - 90 
Bands, Instrumental - - 123, 1038 
Bank Holidays - - - - 41 
Bankers' Association, Scottish - 69 
Banks 65, 159 



PAGE 

1038 
1014 
1067 
1084 

- 105 

- 47 

- 79 

- 46 
34, 122 

- 105 

- 117 

- 130 

- 122 

- 107 

- 103 

- 131 
110 

— Trust, Bro'ty Ferry - 105 
Bible Society (Dundee Auxiliary) 89 

Students, Associated - 89 

Billiard Saloon Proprietors' Assoc. 131 
Billiards League - - - 122 

Bird Societies - 124 

BishopForbesConvalescentsTrust 104 
Black Watch - - - - 136 

Association - - 137 

Memorial Home - 112 



Banks, Carnoustie 

Monifieth 

■ Newport - 

Tayport - 

Bannatyne Home of Rest - 
Banns, Proclamation of 
Baptist Churches 
Baths Superintendent 

Public 

Beach Mission Sick Nursing 
Beekeepers' Association 
Beerbottlers' Association - 
Bellringers' Association 
Belmont Castle Home 
Benevolent Institutions 

Society, Grocers' 

Mariners' 



Blind, Hostel for 

Mission to the Out-Door 

Persons' Pensions - 

Royal Dundee Instit. for - 

■ School - - - - 



109 
110 
55 
109 
109 
140 



Board of Trade Office 
Boarding Houses 92, 95, 109, 926 
Boating Clubs - - 122, 1065 

Bog Mission - - - - 85 
Booksellers, Natl. Federation of- 131 
Bootmakers' Association - - 131 
Border Counties Association - 102 
Boundaries, Municipal Ward - 17 
Bowling Clubs 120, 1012, 1038, 1065, 
1084 

Greens - - 34, 46 

Boxing Assoc, Scottish Amateur 118 
Boy Scouts - - - - 88 

Boys' and Girls' Religious Associat. 85 

Brigades - - - - 87 

Homes - - - - 106 

British Canadian Trust Co. , Ltd. 70 

Dental Association - - 128 

Electrical Develop. Assoc. 131 

Israel World Federation 89 

Legion - - - 137 

Newport - 1066 

Tayport - 1084 

• Medical Association - 128 

Red Cross Socy. Ill, 1012, 1039 

Sailors' Society - - 110 

Women's Temp. Assoc. - 90 

Brotherhoods - - - - 89 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Broughty Ferry Club - - 116 

Merchants' Soc'ty 138 

Buffaloes, Royal Order of 126, 1039 
Builders' Association, Master - 132 



Building Societies 

Burgh Insurance Committee 

Burial Grounds - 

Collecting Societies 



- 70 

- 52 

- 47 
66, 128 

- 102 
95, 98 

- 132 



Burns Clubs 

Bursaries ... - 

Bus Proprietors' Association 

Stances - - - - 73 

Business Club - 116 

Training Colleges - 96 

Butchers' Association - - 131 

Cab Regulations - - - 72 

Cadet Company - - - 137 

Cage Bird Societies - - - 124 

Caird Home for Queen's Nurses - 107 

Caledonia Hall Mission - - 85 
Caledonian Property Investment 



Co., Ltd. 
Canine Clubs 
Carnoustie Directory 
Plan of 





124 

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1024 

58 

120 

74 

73 



Car Parking Places - 
Carpet Bowling League 
Carriers, Country 

■ Railway 

Carting Contractors' Association 132 
Catholic Apostolic Church - 78 

Choral Union - -122 

-Girls' Home - - 109 

Young Men's Society - 100 

Cement Merchants' Association 



Cemeteries 

Superintendent of 

Cemetery Company - 

Vicarsford - 

Central Mission - 

■ Property Co., Ltd. 

Chamber of Commerce 



132 

47 
45 

128 

1065 

85 

70 

130 



Commer- 
cial Education Committee - 97 
Chamber Music Club - - - 122 
Charitable Institutions - - 103 

Mortifications 112, 1039, 

1084 
Charity Organisation Society - 106 
Chemists' Association - - 130 

Chess Club, Dundee - - - 124 
Children, Prevention of Cruelty to 107 
Children's Court - - - 59 

Free Br'kfast Mission 107 

46 
108 
47 
106 
103 
107 
109 
104 
122 



-Gymnasia - 
-Holiday Homes - 
-Home, Duncarse 
Comerton 



Cholera Hospital 
Choral Societies 



-Hosp tal 

-(Invalid) Aid Assocn. 

-Refuge 



PAGE 

- 79 

- 85 

- 89 



Christian Church 

Endeavour Union 

Science Society - 

Union, Angus 

Church of Christ - 79 

Officers - 80 

Officials - 80 

of Scotland Churches - 75 

Girls' Assoc. 89 

Social Work 109 

Guild - - 89 



Sisters' Association 



Churches 

Carnoustie and Barry 

Monifieth 

Newport and Wormit 

Tayport 



75 

1040 
1014 
1066 
1085 
100 



Cine Society 
Cinema Theatres 935, 1014, 1041, 1085 
Citizens' Association, Tayport 1084 
City Officials - - ' - - 45 
Cleansing Department - - 47 

■ Superintendent - - 46 

Clergy (see Churches) 
Clerks' Association - - - 133 
Clinics, Baby - - - - 34 
Clothing Society - - - 108 

Clubs, Abstainers' - - - 127 

Angling - - - - 117 

Athletic - - - - 119 

Boating - - 122, 1065 

Bowling 120, 1012, 1038, 1065, 

1084 

Boxing - - - - 118 

Broughty Ferry - - 116 

Burns - - - - 102 

Business - - - 116 

Canine - 124 

Chess - - - - 124 

Conservative - - - 136 

■ Cosmopolitan - - - 116 

Cricket - 117, 1038, 1065 

Curling 120, 1013, 1038, 1084 

Cycling - - - - 121 

Dance - 119 

Dental - - - - 128 

Eastern - - - - 116 

Esperanto - - - 102 

Ex-Service Men's - 137, 1088 

Fencing - 118 

■ Flying - - - - 112 

Football - - - - 117 

Fur and Feather - - 124 

Games - 118 

Golf 117,1013,1038,1065,1084 

Grampian - - - 102 

Gymnastic - - - 118 

Harrier - 121 

Heriot - - - - 139 

High School - - - 139 

Hockey - - - 118 

Imperial - - - 116 

Lacrosse - 120 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

134, 1066, 10S4 

- 128 

- 100 
- 121, 1013 

- 122 



Clubs, Liberal 

Medical 

Men's 

Motor 

Music 

Newport - - - 1065 

Nondescripts - - - 116 

Panmure - - 1038 

Pen and Pencil - - 121 

Physical Culture - - 119 

Psychology - - - 130 

Rambling ... 121 

Rifle - - - - 136 

Rotary - 116 

Social - - - - 100 

Soroptimist - - - 136 

Sports - - - - 121 

Swimming - - - 121 

Tayport - - 1084 

Tennis 119, 1013, 1038, 1065 

Toe H - - - - 116 

Union - - - 1038 

Unionist - - - 136 

Western - - - 116 

■ Yacht - -.__.- - 122 

Coal Merchants' Association - 132 

Supply Association - - 133 

Coffee-houses, "Working Men's - 126 

College of Art - - - - 94 

Nursing - - - 130 

Teachers' Training - 95 

Technical - 94 

University - - - 91 

Colleges, Business Training - 96 

Comerton Children's Home - 106 

Commerce, School of - - 96 

Commercial Colleges - - - 96 

— Education Com'ittee 97 
Motor Users' Assoc. 132 

Travellers' Assoc. 133 



Communist Party ... 134 
Comunn Nam Fineachan - - 102 
Congregational Union Churches 78 
Conservative Club - - - 136 
Constable, Chief - - - 45 

Consular Corps - - - 138 

Consuls and Vice-Consuls - - 138 
Consumption, Sanatoriums for - 103 
Convalescent Homes - - - 104 
Convalescents Trust - - - 104 
Co-operative Assoc, Carnoustie 1039 

Coal Association - 133 

Educational Assoc. 139 

Soc. , Agricultural - 133 

Corinthian Boating Club - - 122 
Cosmopolitan Club - - - 116 
Councillors 43, 1011, 1037, 1065, 1083 
Country Carriers - - - 74 

Dance Society, Scottish 119 

County Councillors, Angus - 50 

Carnoustie 1037 

Fifeshire - 51 

Monifieth 1012 



County Councillors, Newport 
Perthshire 



Courts 

Crematorium 
Cricket Clubs 

Cripple Children Aid Assocn 
Cruelty to Animals,Prevention of 109 
Children, Prevention of 107 



PAGE 

1065 

- 51 

- 59 

- 128 
117, 1038, 1065 

107 



Curling Clubs 



Monifieth 
Panmure 
Scotscraig 



120 
1013 
1038 
10S4 

- 105 

- 64 

- 121 

- 133 
35, 107 

- 110 



Curr Night Refuge 
Customs and Excise - 
Cycling Clubs 
Dairymen's Association 
Day Nurseries - 
Deaf and Dumb Institution 

Mission to Adult 110 

• School for the - 93 

Dean of Guild Courts 59, 1037, 1065, 

1083 

Dental Association, British 

Club 

Health Association 

— Hospital - 

Officer, Public 



128 
128 
128 
109 

52 
HI 

44 
133 
140 



Dependants' Assoc. , Soldiers' 

Development Committee - 

Dock Labour Committee - 

Masters 

Domes tic Mission, Parish Church 108 
Dramatic Societies - - 122, 1039 

Drapers' & Clothiers' Associatn. 132 

Draughts Association, Angus - 124 

Dudhope Museum - - - 101 

Dunalistair Home - - - 112 

Duncan Art Bequest - - 99 

Duncarse Children's Home - 47 
Dundee, Aberdeen, Banff, and 

Kincardine Association - 102 
Dundee & Arbroath Joint Railway 72 

Glasgow Association 102 

London Invest. Trust - 70 

Earl Haig Relief Fund - - 111 

East House - - - - 47 

of Scot. Horticultural Socy. 138 



Eastern Club 

■ Star 

Ecclesiastical Lists - 
Economic Building Societies 
Economics, School of 
Education, Director of 

Com'ttee, Commercial 

Educational Assoc, Workers' - 



116 

126 

75 

70 

96 

45 

97 

100 

Institute of Scotland 100 



■ Institutions 

• Mortifications - 

■ Trust 



91 
98 
95 
131 
45 



Electrical Development Assoc. 

Engineer - 

Engineers, Institute of 102 

Employment Advisory Corns. - 54 



INDEX. 



Employment Committee - 

Court of Referees 

Exchange 



PAGE 

- 54 
54 

- 54 

- 45 

- 102 



Engineer, City 
Engineers, Institute of 

■ Old Comrades' Assoc. 137 

Engineering Employers' Assocn. 130 
English Association - 
Episcopal Churches, Scottish 
Social Service Board 



102 

77 

109 

102 



Esperanto Group 
Evangelistic Association - - 85 
Excise and Customs - - - 64 
Ex-Service Men's Relief Com'tee 111 

Club, Tayport 1084 

Assocs. 1013, 1065 

Welfare Club - 137 

Eye Institution - - - - 110 
Fabian Society - 102 

Factors' Association - - - 132 
Factory Inspectors - - - 64 
Faculty of Procurators - - 60 
Fairmuir Special School - - 93 
Fairs and Markets - - - 42 
Farmers' Union, National - - 133 
Fascio, Italian - 138 

Female Rescue Home - - 108 

Society - - - 108 

Fencing Club - - - - 118 

Ferries 73 

Festivals 41 

Fifeshire County Council - - 51 

Sheriff-Officers - - 64 

Film Society - - - - 100 
Fine Art Association - - - 101 

— ■ Galleries - - - 101 

Fire Brigade - - - - 47 

Monifieth - 1013 

Tayport - 1084 

Fish Traders' Assoc, Retail - 131 
Fishermen, Shipwrecked, Society 110 
Flax and Jute Manufact. Assoc. 130 

Warehouses - 139 

Flaxspinners' Assoc, of Gt. Brit. 130 
Fleming Trust - - - - 115 
Floorcloth and Linoleum Co. - 133 
Flower Mission to Sick Poor - 107 
Flying Club - - - - 122 
Football Associations and Clubs - 117 
Foremen's Mutual Benefit Socy. 133 
Foresters, Order of - - - 124 

• Carnoustie 1039 

Tayport 1084 

Irish National - - 125 

Forfarshire Building Society - 70 

Cricket Club - - 117 

Football Association 117 

Homing Pigeon Soc. 124 

Labour Party - - 134 

Liberal Association - 134 

Medical Association 128 

Rifle Clubs - - 136 

UnionistOrganizati'nl039 



Franco-Scottish Society 
Free Breakfast Mission 

Church of Scotland - 

French Circle 

Friends of India 

Funeral Society, Lochee - 

Fur and Feather Club 

Furniture Manufacturers' Assoc 

Gaelic Associations 

Musical Association 

Games Club, Broughty Ferry 



Garden City Associations 
Gardens, Vegetable Allotment 

Working Men's - 

Gardeners' Lodges 
Gas Engineer and Manager 
Gasfitters' Association 
General Directory 
Geographical Society - 
Gerard Cottage Hospital - 
German Circle - 
Girl Guides 
Girls' Association 

Guildry 

Homes, Catholic 

Glasgow & W. of Scotland Assoc, 
Golf Clubs, 

Carnoustie 

Monifieth - 

— Scotscraig 
Wormit Bay 



PAGE 

- 102 

- 107 

- 77 

- 102 

- 102 

- 128 

- 124 
132 

- 102 

- 123 

- 118 
47, 70 



-Course Committees, 
Public 



1012, 



Good Templar Lodges 
Gospel Temperance Mission 
Grampian Club 
Grey Lodge Settlement Assoc. 
Grocers' Associations - 

Benevolent Society 

Guild Courts 59, 1037, 1065, 1083 



17, I 

■ 47 

■ 117 
124 

■ 45 
132 

• 462 
102 

1012 

■ 102 

■ 85 

■ 89 

■ 88 
109 
102 
117 

1038 
1013 
1084 
1065 
1038 

• 46 

• 128 

■ 85 
102 
107 
131 
131 



49 

46 

118 

118 

72 

Hairdressers, National Federation 132 



Guildry Incorporation 
Gymnasia for Children 
Gymnasium, Public - 
Gymnastic Societies - 
Hackney Carriage Begulations 



Half Holiday, Shops Act - - 56 

Halls 34, 40 

Harbour and Shipping Lists - 140 
Harrier Clubs - - - - 121 
Harris Academy F.P.'s Assoc. - 139 
Head Teachers' Association - 100 
Health Department, Public - 47 

for Scotland 51 

Insurance, National - 52 

Sickness Visit. Com. 54 

Medical Officers of - 45, 51 



— Societies - 52 

Workers' Association - 107 

Heriot Club - - - - 139 
Hibernians Friendly Society - 124 
High Court - - - - 59 
School - - - - 93 



INDEX. 



High School Cadet Company 

— Old Pupils' Clubs 

Highland Societies 
Highlanders' Battalions 
Historical Association 
Hockev Association - 
Clubs - 



PAGE 

- 137 

- 139 

- 102 

- 136 

- 130 

- 118 

- 118 



Holiday Fello'ship Ram'ling Club 121 



Home, Bannatyne 
Home, Children's 
Y.W.C.A. - 



Holidays 

Home, Bannatyne 

Belmont Castle 

Boys' 

Catholic Girls' 

Children's Holiday 

Comerton 

Convalescent - 

Dunalistair 

Duncarse Children's 

Female Rescue 

■ Girls' - 

for Incurables 



105 

- 108 

- 97 

- 41 

- 105 

- 108 

- 106 

- 109 

- 108 

- 106 

- 104 

- 112 

- 47 

- 108 

- 109 

- 104 



— Invalid Children's Holiday 106 



Jessiman Holiday 
Labour - - - - 
Newport Children's 
of Rest, Broughty Ferry 
Sailors' - 
St Mary's 
Salvation Army 
Wellburn 
"Working Boys' 
-Lads' 



97 
109 
106 
108 
110 

- 108 

- 109 

- 109 

- 106 

- 109 
104, 977 

- 124 



116, 138, 

1012, 1039 

- 109 



Homes, Nursing 
Homing Pigeon Society 
Honour, Alliance of - 
Horticultural Societies 

Hospital, Dental 

Fund & Johnston's B'q'st 113 

Gerard Cottage - 1012 

Infant - - - - 107 

Kingscross - - - 104 

Mary field - - - 47 

Master- - 43 

Maternity - - - 103 

Mental . . 47 

Royal Victoria - - 104 

Smallpox and Cholera - 104 

Women's - - - 104 

Hostels - - 92, 95, 109, 960 
Hotels - - - - - 960 

Housing Association - - - 71 
Humane Society- - - - 121 
Imbeciles, Baldovan Instn. for - 105 
Imperial Club ... - 116 
Income Tax Assessor - - - 64 

Taxpayers' Society - 133 

Incurables, Home for - - 104 

Victoria Hospital for 104 

Independent Church - - - 78 



PAGE 

Independent Labour Party 134, 1084 



India, Friends of 

Indigent Gentlewomen's Fund - 

Sick Society - 

Industrial Schools Society - 

Welfare Society 

Infant Hospital - - - - 
Infirmary, Royal 
Inland Revenue - 

Valuation Dept. 



102 
10S 
108 
106 
100 
107 
103 
64 
51 
52 
52 



Insurance Act, National 

Approved Societies 

Companies and Agents 65 

Brokers and Surveyors 69 

Institute - - - 69 

Medical Benefit Com.- 52 

Committee - 52 

Pharmacists' Com. - 130 

LTnemployment - - 54 

Invalid Children's AidAssociation 107 
Investment Companies, Property 70 



Irish National Foresters 
Iron and Steel Stockholders 
Ironmongers' Association - 
Italian Fascio 
Jehovah's Witnesses - 
Jessiman Holiday Home - 
Johnston's Bequest 
Joiners' Association, Master 
Joint Stock Co. - 
Judicial Lists 
Juridicial Societ}- 
Justice of Peace Courts 

i Officers 

Justices of the Peace 
Angus 



125 

- 71 

- 131 

- 138 

- 89 

- 97 

- 113 

- 132 

- 70 

- 59 

- 64 

- 61 

- 64 

- 61 

- 63 
Carnoustie 1037 

- Monifieth 1012 
Newport 1065 

— Perthshire- 63 
Tayport 1083 

59 
130 
139 
130 
130 
130 

54 
118 

90 
102 
104 

43 
125 

54 
109 
134 
134 
134 
1084 



Justiciary, High Court of - 
Jute and Flax Manufacturers - 
Jute and Flax AVarehouses 

Importers' Association 

Merchants' Association 

Spinners' Association - 

Juvenile Employm't Committee 

Keep Fit League 

Kikuyu Mission - - - - 

Kincardine and Aberdeen Assoc. 

Kingscross Hospital - 

Kirk Master ... - 

Knights of St Columba 

Labour Exchanges 

Home . - - - 

■ Party ... - 

Forfarshire - 

Independent 

Indpt., Tayport 

League of Youth - 134 

Lacrosse Club ... - 118 
Ladies' Golf Clubs 117, 1013, 1038 



INDEX. 



Ladies' Work Society 
Lads' Home 

Landlords' and Factors' Assoc 
Land Settlement Schemes - 
Lands Valuation 
Laundries - 
Laundry Associations - 
Lawn Tennis Courts, Public 
Clubs 



PAGE 

- 108 

- 109 

- 132 

- 139 

- 58 

- 9(52 

- 133 

- 46 



119, 1013, 1038, 

1065 

League of Nations 138, 1012, 1039, 1084 

Legalised Police Cells - - 108 

Liberal Association - - - 134 

Bro'ty Ferry 134 

— Carnoustie 1039 

Forf arsh ire 

Monifieth 

-Tayport 



Club, Newport 
■ Tayport 



Liberals, League of Young 
Libraries, Public 
Library, Subscription 
Licensed Grocers' Association 
Licensing Court of Appeal 
Lieutenancy 
Lifeboat Institution - 
Life Boys - 
Life-Saving Societies - 
Light Keepers, River Tay - 
Linen Merchants' Association 
Linoleum and Floorcloth Co. 
Literary Association, Lochee 

■ ■ Society, Unionist 

Lloyd's Agents - 

Surveyors 

Loans, Registrar of - 
Local Advisory Committees 



■ 134 

1013 

1084 

1066 

1084 

134 

101 

101 

131 

59 

51 

110 

87 

121 

140 

130 

133 

101 

135 

141 

69 

45 

54 



Lodges — Buffaloes 
Foresters' 



• 126, 1039 
124, 1039, 1084 



Gardeners' - - - 124 

Good Templar - - 128 

Hibernians' - - - 124 

Irish Natl. Foresters' - 125 

Loyal Orange - - 126 

Masonic 125, 1013, 1039 

Oddfellows' - - - 124 

Rechabites' - - - 127 

Shepherds' 126, 1013, 1039 

London College of Music - - 122 

— Midland & Scottish Rly. 72 

■ & North-Eastern Railway 72 

Missionary Society - 90 

Lord Dean of Guild - - 43, 49 

Lieutenant - - 43, 51 

Provost - - - - 43 

Roberts Meml. Workshops 139 

Lunatic Asylum, Royal - - 105 
Magistrates and Town Council - 43 

Carnoustie - 1037 

■ Monifieth - 1011 

Newport - 1065 

Tayport - 1083 



PAGE 

Maintenance of Supplies Organsn. 138 
Maltmen Incorporation - - 49 
Manufacturers' Associations - 130 
Marine Insurance Companies - 69 
Mariners' Benevolent Society - 110 
Markets and Fairs - - - 42 
"Mars " Training Ship Fund - 106 
Maryfield Hospital - - - 47 
Masonic Lodges - 125, 1013, 1039 
Matador Land and Cattle Co. , Ltd. 71 
Maternity Hospital - - - 103 
Mayfield Hostel - 95 

Meat Market Co., Ltd. - - 131 
Medical Association, British - 128 

Forfarshire 128 

Benefit Committee - 52 

Club - - - 128 

Insurance Committee - 51 



-Officers of Health • 



45, 51 

- 43 

- 100 

- 100 

- 47 

- 105 

- 140 



Members of Parliament 
Men's Club, Fowlis - 

Monikie - 

Mental Hospital 

Welfare Association 

Mercantile Marine Office - 
Merchants' Assoc, Jute & Linen 130 
— Society, Bro'ty Ferry 138 
64 
79 
121 
130 
111 
111 
133 
101 
111 
116 
85 
90 
997 
1008 
96 



Messengers-at-Arms 
Methodist Church 
Midland Swimming Association 
Midwives' Association, Scottish 
Military Veterans' Association 

War Pensions 

Milk Salesmen's Association 
Mills Observatory 
Ministry of Pensions - 
Miscellaneous Lists - 
Missionary Societies - 

Training Classes 

Monifieth Directory - 
— - — Plan of 



Morgan Trust 

Mortifications, Charit. 112, 1039, 1084 

Educational - 98 

Motor Agents' Association - 132 

Carriages, Regulations for 72 

Clubs - - 121, 1013 



-League 
-Tests Office 
-Trade Association - 
-Trades' Benevolent Fund 
Institute 



121 
72 
132 
132 
132 
132 
43 
58 



Users' Association ■ 

Municipal Lists 

Voters List 

Museums 101 

- 122 

- 122 

- 122 

- 122 

- 122 
1039 

- 122 



Music Club, Chamber 

London College of - 

Trinity College of 

Musical Competitive Festival 

Societies 

Carnoustie 

Musicians' Society 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

National Bible Society - - 89 

Council of Women - 136 

■ Farmers' Union - - 133 

■ Health Insurance 52, 130 

War Relief Fund - 111 

Naturalists' Society - - - 101 
Naval Veterans' Residence - 111 

Volunteer Reserve - - 136 

Newport Directory - - 1044 

Plan of - - 1056 

Newsagents' National Federation 131 
Newspaper Press Fund - - 116 
Newspapers and Publications - 116 
New Testament Missionary Union 90 
105 
49 
116 
71 
136 
71 
71 
71 
60 
15, 107 
93, 108 



Night Refuge, Curr 

Nine Incorporated Trades - 

Nondescripts Club 

North of Scot. Reversionary Co. 

Scottish Medium Brigade 

Northern American Trust Co. - 

Housing Assoc, Ltd. - 

Prop'ty & Revers'y Co. 



Notaries Public 

Nurseries, Day 

Nursery Schools, 

Nursing Assoc, Newbigging, &c. 105 

— ■ Carnoustie 1039 

Monifieth 1012 

College of - - - 130 

Homes - - - 104, 976 

Societies - - 104, 107 

Observatory, Mills - - - 101 

Oddfellows, Order of - - - 124 
Office-bearers' Assocns., Church 79 

Officers' Training Corps - - 137 

Old Age Pensions - - - 55 

Omnibus Stances - - - 73 

Operatic Societies - - - 122 

Orange Lodge - 126 

Orchestral Societies - - - 122 

Original Secession Church - - 77 

Orphan Institution - - - 106 

■ Society, Sailors' - - 111 

Orphans' Pensions - - - 56 
Out-door Blind, Mission to the - 110 

Overseas League - - - 139 

Painters' Federation - - - 132 

Panmure Club - - - 1038 

Parcel Express Carriers - - 73 

Parking Places, Car - - - 58 

Parks, Public - - - - 46 

■ Superintendent - - 45 

Parliament, Dundee - - - 133 

Members of - - 43 

Parliamentary Voters List - 58 

Paterson Trust, Longforgan - 100 

Pen and Pencil Club - - - 121 

Pensions, Blind Persons' - - 55 

Ministry of - - - 111 

Old Age - - - 55 

Widows and Orphans - 56 

Committee, War - 111 

Monifieth 1012 



Personal Health Association 
Perthshire County Council 

Justices of Peace 

Sheriff Officers - 



Petrol Retailers' Association 
Pharmacists' Associations - 
Philatelic Society 
Photographic Association - 

Dealers' Assoc. 

Physical Education Association 
Picture Gallery - 

Theatres (see Cinemas) 

Pigeon Societies 
Pilotage and List of Pilots 
Pipe Bands 
Pipers' Bairns ... 

■ Society - 

Plumbers' Association, Master 

Merchants' Assoc. 

Police, Angus County - 

Boxes - 

Court 

Carnoustie 

Tayport - 

Rescue Scheme 



Establishment - 

Judges 

Surgeon - 

Population - 

Port Labour Employers 

Post Offices 

Carnoustie 

Monifieth - 

Newport - 

Tayport - 

Wormit - 

Postal Directory — 
Air Mail Services - 
Blind Literature - 
Broughty Ferry P.O. 
Canadian Magazine Post 
Cash on Delivery Service 147, 
Certificates of Posting - 
Commercial Papers, Foreign - 
Compensation 
Deliveries, Town - 
Express Delivery - 

Letters, by Telephone 

H.M. Forces, Rates for - 
Imperial and Foreign Post 
Inland Revenue Stamps - 
Insurance, Foreign - 
Letter Postage, Foreign - 

Inland - 

Mails, Arrivals - 

Despatches - 

Money Orders - 
Newspapers, Foreign 

Inland 

Parcel Post, Despatches 

Foreign 153, 154, 

Inland 

Pillar Letter Boxes 



PAGE 

- 130 

- 51 

- 63 

- 64 

- 132 

- 130 

- 102 

- 100 

- 131 
119 

- 101 

- 124 

- 140 

- 123 

- 139 

- 123 

- 131 

- 131 

- 47 

- 42 

- 59 
1037 
1083 

- 109 

- 47 

- 43 

■ 45 

- 43 

- 140 
• 144 
1040 
1013 
1066 
1084 
1066 

■ 159 
149 
165 
152 

, 153 
148 
150 
153 
161 
147 
160 
165 
150 
165 
152 
150 
144 
162 
163 
149 
150 
144 
163 
155 
147 
164 



10 



INDEX. 



Post Cards, Foreign 
Inland - 



PAGE 

- 150 

- 144 

- 150 

- 148 



Postal Orders - 
Poste Restante 
Prepayment of Correspondence 146 

Postage, Foreign 152 

Inland 146 



Printed Papers, Inland - 
Foreign - 



145 
150 
156 
147 
149 
152 



Radiotelegrams 
Railex Service 
Re-direction - 
Registration, Foreign 

Compensation 148, 153 

Samples, Foreign - - - 152 

Inland - - - 146 

Savings Bank - - - - 159 
Spoilt Stamps - - - 152 

Sub-Offices - - - 144, 161 

Collections from - 161 

Telegrams, Inland - - - 155 

by Telephone 160 

Foreign - - 156 



Telephones 



-Deferred 157, 158 

Night Letter - 156 

159, 160 

Overseas - 159 

- 156 

- 79 

- 75 



Wireless Services - 
Presbyteries, Meetings of 

Lists of - 

Printing Employers' Association 131 
Prisoners' Aid Society - - 108 
Probation Officers - - - 59 
Proclamation of Banns - ' - 48 
Procurator-Fiscal - - 45, 59 
Procurators and Solicitors - - 60 
Produce Sect., Chamber of Com. 130 
Professors of College - - - 91 
Property and Invest. Companies 70 

Owners' Association - 132 

Psychology Club - - - 130 

Public Assistance Com. 51, 1012, 1037 

Offices - - 47 

Hall Co., Ltd., C'noustie 1039 



— Health Department 
— Libraries - 

Offices, Buildings, &c. 



47 

- 101 

- 34 

- 41 

- 59 

- 73 

- 72 

- 85 

- 38 

- 121 

- 135 

- 101 
Royal Exchange 101 

Rechabites, Independent Order of 127 
Recreation Grounds - - 38, 46 
Red Cross Society - - - 111 

Carnoustie 1039 

Monifieth 1012 

Referees' Association - - - 118 



Quarter Days and Terms 

Sessions 

Railway Carriers 

Companies - 

■ Mission 

Stations 

Rambling Clubs - 
Ratepayers' Association 
Reading Rooms - 



Refuge, Children's 

Curr Night - 

Registrars of Births, Banns 

Barry - 

Monifieth 

Newport 

Panbride 

Tayport 



PAGE 

- 109 

- 105 

- 48 
1037 
1012 
1065 
1037 
1084 

18, 48 

- 45 

- 58 

- 59 

- 108 

- 109 

- 109 
136 
136 

78 
116 
110 
109 
136 



Registration Districts 

Officer - 

of Voters Acts 

Inquiry 

Rescue Home, Female 

Scheme, Police Court 

Work Social Service 

Reserve, Royal Naval Volunteer 
Rifle Clubs - 

Roman Catholic Churches - 
Rotary Club .... 
Royal Alfred Seamen's Institut. 

Dundee Instit. for Blind 

Engineers 

Exchange Reading Room - 101 

-Field Artillery - - 136 

Garrison Artillery - - 136 

Highlanders, B.W. - - 136 

Humane Society - - 121 

Infirmary - - - 103 

Life-Saving Society - - 121 

Lunatic Asylum - - 105 

National Lifeboat Inst. - 110 

Naval Volunteer Reserve 136 

Scots Club - - -137 

Scots Fusiliers' Assocn. - 137 

Greys' Association - 137 

Scottish Benevolent Inst. 105 

Geographical Socy. 102 

Soc. for Prevention 

of Cruelty to Children 107 

Tay Yacht Club - - 122 

Victoria Hospital - - 104 

Rural District Directory - 1088 

Institutes, Women's - 100 

Workers' Society - 1039 

St Andrew's Ambulance Assoc. - 110 

Monifieth 1012 

Colonial Homes 



90 

St Columba, Knights of - 125 

St Mary's Rest - - - - 108 
St Vincent de Paul Society - 109 
St Vincent's Hostel - - - 109 
Sabbath Forenoon Meetings - 85 

School Teachers' Union 87 

Safety First Committee - - 121 

Council - - - 121 

Sailors' Home - ... HO 

Orphan Society - - 111 

Society, British - - 110 

Sailors and Soldiers — 

Dependants' Association - 111 

Earl Haig Relief Fund - - 111 
Employment Association - 138 
Ex-Service Men"s Relief Com. Ill 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Ex-Service Men's Welfare Club 137 
Families Association - - 111 
Help Society - - - 111, 1039 



Lord Roberts Workshops 
Mortification, Carnoustie 
United Services Fund 
War Pensions Committee 
Salvation Army 
Samaritan Society 
Sanatorium, Ashludie 
Sidlaw - 



79 



139 
1040 
111 
111 
109 
104 
104 
103 
47 
45 
124 



Sanitary Department 

Inspector 

Protection Association 

Savings Banks - - 65, 159, 1038 

Committee, Scottish 51 

Scholarships - - - - 98 
School Boards (see Education) 

of Music - - - 96 

Schools, Blind - - - - 109 

Business Training - 96 

Deaf and Dumb - 93, 110 

Domestic Science - 97 

Economics & Commerce 96 

Management Corns. 96, 1038 

Nursery - - 93, 108 

Private - - - 96 

Public - 92, 1038, 1065 

Typewriting - - 96 

Scots Fusiliers' Association - 137 

Greys' Association - - 137 

Guards' Association - - 137 

Scottish Am. Boxing Association 118 

Am. Gymnastic Assoc. 118 

American Trust Cos., Ld. 71 

Amicable Building Socy. 70 

Asso. Physical Education 119 

Bankers' Association - 69 

Canadian Trust Co. , Ltd. 71 

Clerks' Association - 133 

Com. Motor Users' Assn. 132 

Com. Travellers' Assocn. 133 

Country Dance Society 119 

■ Episcopal Churches - 77 

Furniture Mnfrs.' Assoc. 132 

Geographical Society - 102 

House Property Co., Ld. 71 

Lawn Tennis Assocn. - 119 

Midwives' Association - 130 

Naval and Military 

Veterans' Residence 111 

Pharmaceutical Federn. 130 

Rural Workers' Society 1039 



-Savings Committee - 51 

Sunday School Union - 87 

Temperance Alliance - 89 

Veterans' Garden City 47 

Women's Rural Instits. 100 

Scouts, Boy - - - 88, 1014 
Sculpture Galleries - - - 101 
Seaforth Highlanders' Assoc. - 137 
Seamen's Friend Society - - 110 
Institution, Aged - 110 



11 

PAGE 

- 136 

- 123 



Searchlight Company 

Select Choir 

Session Clerks, Congregational - 80 

Sheet Metal Assocn., Masters' - 132 

Shepherds, Order of - - - 126 

Conval . Home 104 

Carnoustie 1039 

Monifieth 1013 

Sheriff Court - - - - 59 

Officers - - - - 64 

Shipowners' &. Shipbrokers' Assoc. 140 
Shipping Agents - - - 140 

belonging to the Port - 143 

Companies - 140 

Shipwrecked Fishermen Society - 110 



Shops Act, Closing Orders 
Inspector of 



56 

45 

107 

107 

105 



Sick Poor Flower Mission - 

Nursing Society 

B. Ferry 

Carnoustiel039 

Monifieth 1012 

-Newbig'ing 105 



Society, Indigent 

Sidlaw Sanatorium 
Sisterhood - - - - 
Sisters', Church, Association 
Skating Ponds, Public 
Slaters' Association - 
Small Debt Courts 
Snooker League 
Social Clubs 
Service Board, Episcopal 



108 
103 
89 
89 
46 
132 
61 
122 
100 
109 
Work, Church of Scotland 109 
Soldiers (see Sailors) 
Solicitors, Faculty of - - - 60 
Sons of Temperance - - - 127 
Soroptimist Club - - - 136 
South Africa General Mission - 90 

America Evangelical Un. 90 

102 
130 
102 
64 
131 
131 
132 
130 
119 



Spanish Circle - - - 
Spinners and Manufrs'. Assoc. 
Spiritualists, Society of 
Stamps and Taxes 
Stationers' Association 

Retail, Federation 

Stevedores' and Porters' Assocn 
Stock Exchange Association 
Strathspey and Reel Society 
Streets, Squares, &c. - - 18, 166 
Students' Union, Univ. College 92 
Sub-Postmasters, Federation of 131 
Subscription Library - - - 101 
Sunday School Union, Scottish - 87 
Surveyors of Customs and Excise 64 
Swimming Clubs - - - 121 

Tailors, Federation of Merchant 132 
Taxes, Assessors and Surveyors of 64 

Collector of - - 45, 64 

Inspectors of - - - 64 

Taxi-cabs, Regulations for - - 72 
Tay Ferries - - - - 73 

Tayport Directory - - 1070 



12 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Tayport, Plan of - - 1072 
Tay side Homing Pigeon Federat'n 124 

Laundry Co., Ltd. - 133 

Teachers (Head) Association -100 

Education Committee - 92 

Educational Institute - 100 

(Secondary) Association 100 

Training College - - 95 

Technical College - - - 94 
Technology and Art, Institute of 94 
Telegraph Advisory Committee - 138 

Offices - - - 144 

Telephone Advisory Committee 138 
Telephones and Call Offices - 159 
Temperance Alliance - - - 89 

Com'tee, Ch. of Scot. 89 

Mission, Gospel - S5 

Refreshment Traders 131 

Societies 89, 127, 10(56 

Tennis Clubs 119, 1013, 1038, 1065 

46 

85 

41 

136 



Courts, Public 

Tent Mission 

Terms .... 

Territorial Army Association 
Theatres (see Cinema Houses) 
Theosophical Society - 
Three United Trades - 
Tobacconists' Association - 
Toe H. (Talbot House) 
Town Clerk 

Council 

Carnoustie - 

■ Monifieth - 

Newport 

Tayport 



102 

49 

132 

116 

45 

43 

1037 

1011 

1065 

1083 

130 

134 



Traders' Association - 
Trades and Labour Party 

— and Professions 922, 1014, 

1040, 1067, 1085 

52 

41 

129 

72 

95 

106 

45 

141 

80 

122 

140 

45 

96 



Approved Societies 

Holidays 

Societies - 

Traffic Commissioners 
Training College, Teachers' 

Ship "Mars" Fund 

Transport Manager 
Trawling Companies - 
Treasurers, Congregational 
Trinity College of Music - 

House - 

Tuberculosis Medical Officers 
Typewriting Schools - 
Unemployed, Com'teef or Service 138 



Unemployment Insurance - 
Union Club, Carnoustie 

of Girls' Clubs 

-Weavers, Ltd., Lochee 



54 

1038 

118 

133 

135 



Unionist Association 

East of Fife 1066 

Forfarshire 1039 

Monifieth 1013 



PAGE 

Unionist Association, Tayport 1084 

Wormit 1066 

Club, Broughty Ferry - 135 

United Com. Travellers' Assoc. - 133 
— : — Services Fund - 111, 1084 
University College - - - 91 

Students' Union 92 

U.F. Church ... 77 
U.K. Jute Goods Association - 130 
Valuation Assessor - - - 45 
Dept., Inland Revenue 51 



-Lands 

-of the Burgh 



Venereal Diseases Med. Officers 
Veterinary Surgeon - 
Victoria Art Galleries 

— Hospital 

League - - - ■ 

Visiting Com. for Police Cells 

Volunteer Companies 

Voters, Registration of 

War Pensions Committee - 

Ward Boundaries 

Wards — Situation of Streets 

Warehouses .... 

Wash-houses, Public 

Water Engineer 

Weaver Lodge, Ltd. 

Weights & Measures, Inspector of 45 

Welfare Society, Industrial - 100 

AVesley Guild - 87 

Western Club - - - - 116 

Widows', Orphans', &c, Pensions 56 

Wine and Spirit Trade Assoc. - 131 

Wireless Retailers' Association 131 

Women Citizens' Assocns. 136, 1084 

Women's Guild, Church of Scot. 89 

Hospital - - - 104 

National Council 

Rural Institutes 

Temperance Assocn. 

Work Advisory Com 



58 

43 

45 

46 

101 

104 

138 

108 

- 136 

- 58 

- Ill 

- 17 

- 18 

- 139 
39, 122 

- 45 

- 133 



136 

100 

90 

54 

100 



Workers' Educational Assoc, 
Working Boys' Home - 106, 109 
Girls' Board. Houses 107, 109 



Men's Coffee Rooms 
Gardens 



126 
■ 117 

139 
1044 
1056 

102 

122 
1013 

134 



Workshops, Lord Roberts - 
Wormit Directory 

Plan of - 

Writers' Circle - 
Yacht Clubs - _ - 
Yearly Society, Monifieth - 
Young Liberals' Association 

Society, Catholic - 100 

Unionists' Assocn. -135, 1039 

Womens' Hostel - - 109 

Youth Hostels - - - - 121 

Labour Party League of 134 

Y.M.C.A. - - - 97, 1012, 1038 
Y.W.C.A. - - - 97, 98, 1065 



DUNDEE DIRECTORY. 



GENERAL NOTICE. 

A FIFTY YEAR RETROSPECT. 

With its 1936 issue the Dundee Directory attains its Jubilee 
as an annual publication, for it was. in 1886 that it began 
making a yearly appearance. Previous to that date its publi- 
cation had been spasmodic. The Directory's Jubilee coin- 
cides with that of its present compilers and publishers, 
Messrs Burns & Harris, Ltd., which firm was founded in 1886. 

That fifty-year-old Directory tells a very different story 
from its present-day representative. Ideas, attitudes of mind, 
and points of view have changed. Developments have been 
along unthought of ways, and, were the heavily-bearded Mr 
C. C. Lacaita to revisit to-day the city which elected him 
senior M.P. in 1885 with 8261 votes, his surprises would 
begin when he met the present senior member, a lady, who 
had collected 50,542 crosses on the ballot-papers. 

That city of Dundee, the condition of which the 1886 
Directory recorded, was bounded on the north by Clepington 
Road, and on the east by the Eastern Necropolis. To-day its 
spate-like overflow has spread north over Downfield as far 
as Pitempton, and east over Broughty Ferry as far as Barn- 
hill. Strange to say there has been nothing of the " Go West, 
young man ! " about the growing city. Ninewells still remains 
our western limit. We have added over 25,000 people to our 
population, and some million pounds to our assessed valuation. 
The actual figures show us increasing in population from 
152,838 to 175,583, and in valuation from £700,000 to 
£1,778,320. 

When we come to consider Public Services, we find all 
the Departmental Staffs augmented, except that of the Fire 
Brigade, which is reduced from 25 to 23. The reduction is 
explained, of course, by the fact that the greater part of the 
Brigade referred to in the 1886 Directory was composed of 
auxiliary men. The Police Force shows an increase of almost 
70%, from 163 to 274, while we require almost 100% more 
people to attend to cleansing matters in our city. 

We cannot to-day compare our situation favourably with 
that of fifty years ago in regard to Shipping registered at 
the Port of Dundee. Our present 31 ships with their 11,000 
tonnage make a decided contrast to the 115,000 tons of the 
184 ships of half-a-century ago. 

1886 saw the completion of the building of Her Majesty's 
Theatre, and there is material expression in the change of 
attitude as regards public entertainment when 1936 features 
the opening of a super-cinema. Fifty years ago the Dundee 
public gave their patronage to two theatres. To-day we 
support 28 Cinemas and one Theatre of Variety; but against 
our two senior football clubs, Dundee fans of fifty years ago 



14 GENERAL NOTICE. 

had five senior clubs to which to give their support. 1886's 
fourteen schools are easily outnumbered by 1936's forty-seven 
schools under the Public Authority. 

Transport in the city in 1886 was in the hands of a private 
company and consisted of Steam Cars, Horse Cars, and Horse 
Buses. The Steam Car routes were from High Street via 
Nethergate, North and South Tay Street, and Lochee Road 
to Lochee and return; and from the Post Office via Meadow- 
side, Victoria Road, Dens Road, Dura Street, to Stobswell and 
return. Horse Cars ran* from the Post Office by Reform Street 
and Nethergate to West Park Road, and from Victoria Bridge 
to Baxter Park; while the Buses plied between High Street 
and Annfield Road and High Street and the Cattle Market. 
To-day the city is served by an ever-increasing fleet of 
Electric Trams and Motor Buses. During the past year the 
mileage run by Electric Trams was over 1J million miles, 
while 23 million passengers were carried. The Buses had a 
mileage of nearly 4 million miles, and the number of passen- 
gers was 41 millions. 

While it is not a matter for satisfaction, it is worth while 
remembering, during the present depression«in the Jute Trade, 
that the staple industry has had many ups and downs. The 
editor of the 1886 Directory writes: — 

" It is to be regretted that the staple trade of the 
town and district continues in a bad state. Year after 
year its languishing condition has been a source of great 
uneasiness to manufacturers. It has now arrived at a 
critical period. All branches of industry are affected. 
The past year was far from being prosperous, and it 
would be impossible to anticipate that the year to en- 
sue will be more fruitful of good trade than that which 
has passed. Foreign competition and tariffs have done 
much to bring about this unprofitable state of matters 
in Dundee — Germany, Austria, France, and Calcutta 
lowering their prices for goods to a degree which 
undersells the home producers. Dundee has stoutly 
maintained her position in the struggle; but, notwith- 
standing, the condition of the jute trade is such as to 
cause deep concern. Throughout the year there has 
been a steady decline in wages. The value of labour 
has seldom been lower. In many of the mills and 
factories machinery has been stopped, and where that 
expedient was not resorted to short time was adopted." 
So our comparative review may close on the note that if 
prosperity has no permanency, neither has adversity. 

DUNDEE IN 1935-36. 

As a frontispiece to this record of activity in our city for 
the past year, we have great pleasure in reproducing a por- 
trait of Lord Provost John Phin. He has been a member of 
the Town Council for many years, and his public services and 
personal qualities fit him in every way for his position as 
first citizen of Dundee. 



GENERAL. NOTICE. 15 

While it is with regret that we have to record that last 
year's improvement in the Jute Trade has not been continued, 
it is satisfactory to know that other branches of industry 
have nourished. Engineering and Shipbuilding have shown 
improvement during the year, particularly the latter. At the 
Stannergate Yard eight new vessels have been built, and at 
the time of going to press the Caledon Company have orders 
for sufficient vessels to fill the berths for some time to come. 
Textile Engineering continues to provide a fair measure of 
employment. The National Defence Scheme promises in- 
creased activity in the Foundries and Workshops, and, as a 
result, Wallace Foundry, which has been closed for a consider- 
able period, will shortly be re-opened. 

The Building Trades are enjoying a continued spell of 
prosperity. Housing schemes and villas continue to arise on 
the outskirts of the city, while improvements and extensions 
on premises in the business centre are constantly taking 
place. Additions are being made to mills and factories, while 
the shop-keepers vie with each other in the construction of 
attractive modern frontages. The most notable new buildings 
completed during the past year are the Super-Cinema in 
Nethergate and the New Universal Stores in Wellgate. 

Activity in the Confectionery, Preserve, and Canning Trades 
continues, and the acquisition of several raspberry fields by 
the Canning Company augurs well for the future of one of 
Dundee's newer industries. 

The General Election in November created more than usual 
interest, a total of 85.11 per cent, of the voters exercising 
their franchise. Miss Horsbrugh and Mr Dingle M. Foot were 
returned with 50,542 and 49,632 votes respectively. 

The Scottish Unionist Association, The Scottish League of 
Young Liberals, and many other corporate bodies held con- 
ferences in the city. 

During the winter months the Choral Union and Celebrities 
Concerts, the Operatic and Dramatic Societies Performances, 
and the Armitstead and Royal Scottish Geographical Society's 
Lectures were well patronised and appreciated by the citizens. 
The Dundee Musical Festival was revived after the lapse of a 
year, and was welcomed by competitors and public alike. 

After some twenty-five years of a gestatory period, the Mills 
Observatory is now an accomplished fact. The building on 
Balgay Hill contains, besides the telescopic apparatus, a 
lecture-room complete with lantern and screen, and is now 
open to the public. Authorities consider the Observatory to 
be the finest possessed by any city. The bequest which made 
the Observatory possible was by the late Mr John Mills, a 
Dundee manufacturer. The Dundee College of Art has now 
a locus, and the building should begin in the near future. 
The Tay Road Bridge still remains in the realm of discussion, 
but the clamant need for such a structure is being emphasised 
by all shades of public opinion, and numerous conferences 
have been held during the year to further this project. New 
Telephone Headquarters have been installed in the building, 



16 GENERAL NOTICE. 

formerly the Central Hotel, in Ward Road, and a marked im- 
provement is shown in the rapidity with which Trunk Calls 
can be obtained. Dundee is the only Scottish area with a 
Telephone Department separate from the Post Office. 

A special appeal by the Directors of the Royal Infirmary 
met with a ready response from all classes of the community. 
Business houses, employees, Social and Sports Clubs, Concert 
Parties and individuals vied with each other in their efforts to 
raise the £ 15,000 required. That sum was quickly subscribed, 
and the necessary extension to the outpatient buildings and 
the improvement in the heating installation proceeded with. 
The Infirmary has also benefited by the following legacies 
and donations: — Trustees of the late Mr William Watson, 
Scone, £1,500; Trustees of the late Mr Andrew S. Stewart, 
£1,050; Mrs Low, Blebo, £1,050; Miss Agnes M. Ogilvy, 
£1,050; Students' Charity Week, £1,200; Ladies' Auxiliary, 
£1,421; European Community Calcutta Jute Mills, per Messrs 
Thomas Duff & Co., Ltd., £635; Trustees of the late Mrs 
Jane Cameron, £605; Miss Isabella Isles, £472; Dr. Archibald 
Hutton Veitch, £500; Mr William Gibson, £500; Mrs Fal- 
coner, £420; Fife Students' Campaign, £146; the Queen 
Alexandra Rose Day, £660. The John Anderson Memorial 
reached the sum of £1,270, and during the year patients and 
their relatives contributed over £3,900. The Royal Victoria 
Hospital, the Mission to the Outdoor Blind, and other bodies 
have also received valuable gifts. 

Mr William Boyd of Claremont, Broughty Ferry, gifted 
£17,500 for a Chair of Dental Surgery, in University College. 
On 20th January, 1936, the nation was plunged into mourn- 
ing through the death of our beloved monarch, His 
Majesty King George V. The late King had visited Dundee 
in 1914, and was loved by citizens of all classes. Men in 
many activities of public life have passed away during the 
year. University College has lost Professor Steggall, who 
occupied the Chair of Mathematics from 1882 to 1933, and 
Professor John Anderson, the occupant of the Chair of Sur- 
gery. Dr. D. M. Greig, the noted surgeon, and a Burgess of 
the city, has also died. Religious bodies mourn the passing 
of the Rev. James Robbie, for many years joint clerk to the 
Dundee Presbytery, and Canon Lavelle, who was twenty-one 
years Rector of St. Mary's, Forebank. The Council lost its 
" father " in the person of Bailie Simon G. Fraser, while 
Captain Yule, the ex-harbour-master centenarian, has also 
passed on. Our obituary also contains the names of many 
prominent business men, among them W. P. Laird, of Messrs 
Laird & Sinclair, Ltd., Peter Barrie, of Messrs G. & P. 
Barrie, Ltd., and Col. R. H. Adamson, of Messrs Don Brothers, 
Buist, & Co., Ltd. And among those who gave much to the 
welfare of the citizens must be mentioned Thomas Leighton, 
for seventeen years master of Dundee Orphan Institution, 
and James S. Kerr, whose personal efforts resulted in the 
Caird Park being gifted to the citizens. 
June, 1936. 




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( 17 ) 
MUNICIPAL WARD BOUNDARIES. 

"Ward First. — On east by the east boundary wall of the estate of Craigie 
and continuation thereof to river ; on north by Arbroath road, Princes street, 
King street, Cowgate ; on west by Murraygate, High street, Castle street, 
through Royal Arch to river ; on south by river. 

Ward Second. — On west by burgh boundary ; on north and west by Perth 
road, Small's wynd, Hunter street, Brook street, Westport, Overgate, High 
street ; on east by Castle st., through Royal Arch to river ; on south by river. 

Ward Third. — On south by Law steps, Lochee road, Tullideph road, 
City road, Logie street, Ancrum road, farm road of Hillhead farm to burgh 
boundary ; on north and west by burgh boundary ; on east from south-west 
corner of Brackenbruach in a straight line to a point in boundary between 
the united parish of Liff and Benvie and the Dundee Combination Parish, 
being the north-east corner of the said united Parish of Liff and Benvie at 
Americanmuir, thence along that boundary to Kingscross, Clepington road, 
Johnston avenue, Strathmore avenue, Alpin road, Loons road, Lawside road- 

Ward Fourth. — On east by the east boundary wall of the estate of 
Craigie ; on north by burgh boundary, Pitkerro road, Dura street, Laing 
street, Cotton road ; Ann street ; on west by Forebank road, King's road ; on 
south by King street, Princes street, Arbroath road. 

"Ward Fifth. — On south by Dura street and Pitkerro road to burgh 
boundary ; on north-east by burgh boundary to Old Glamis road ; on west by 
Old Glamis road and Provost road ; on south-west by Dens road to Dura street. 

Ward Sixth. — On east and north by King's road, Forebank road, Ann 
street, Hilltown, Constitution street, Somerville place, Dudhope terrace ; 
on west by west side of Dudhope park, Lochee road, North Tay street ; on 
south by Overgate, High street, Murraygate, Cowgate, King street. 

Ward Seventh. — On south by Dudhope terrace from Inverlaw place; 
Somerville place, and 110 yds. east of Upper Constitution street ; on east by 
straight line to M'Kinnon street ; Carmichael street, Bruce street to Byron 
street; westwards Byron street to Milton street; northwards, Milton street 
to Strathmore avenue ; eastwards to Moncur crescent ; south-east by Moncur 
crescent to Provost road ; on east by Provost road and Old Glamis road to burgh 
boundary ; on north by burgh boundary to Brackenbruach ; on west by east 
boundary of Ward III. to Macalpine road ; Macalpine road, Johnston avenue, 
Strathmore avenue, Alpin road, Byron street, Lawside road, Albany terrace, 
and Inverlaw place. 

Ward Eighth. — On west by burgh boundary; on south by Glamis drive, 
Blackness road, Brook street, Westport ; on east and north by North Tay 
street, Lochee road, west side of Dudhope park, Dudhope terrace, Inverlaw 
place, Albany terrace, Lawside road, Lawsteps, Lochee road, Tullideph road, 
City rd., Logie st., Ancrum rd., farm road of Hillhead farm to burgh boundary. 

Ward Ninth. — On west by burgh boundary; on north by Glamis drive, 
Blackness road, Brook street ; on east by Hunter street and Small's wynd ; 
on south by Perth road. 

Ward Tenth. — On south by river ; on west by east boundary wall of the 
estate of Craigie ; on north by burgh boundary ; on east by Fort street 
and Forthill road, Broughty Ferry, and thence northward through vacant 
land to burgh boundary. 

Ward Eleventh.— On south by river ; on west by Fort street and Forthill 
road, Broughty Ferry, and thence northward through vacant land to burgh 
boundary ; on north and east by burgh boundary. 

Ward Twelfth. — On south by Constitution street from a point 110yds. east 
of Upper Constitution street ; Hilltown, to Ann street, Ann street to Hillbank 
road and Cotton road, Cotton road to Laing street, and Laing street to Dens 
road ; on north-east by Dens road and Moncur crescent to Milton street ; on 
west by Milton street, Byron street, Bruce street, and Carmichael street to 
M'Kinnon street, and a straight line to commencement in Constitution street. 



( 18 ) 

STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 

INDICATING THEIR SITUATION. 
The italic letters at beginning' of line denote the position of the street on Map. The 
numbers following- the definition of the locality denote the Parliamentary and Muni- 
cipal Ward, or Wards, in which each street is situated. The numbers and letters in 
brackets denote the Registration District, or Districts, in which each street is 
situated, the letter (A) signifying Mains and Strathmartine District, and the letter 
(B) the Broughty Ferry District. For definition of Municipal Ward Boundaries see 
page 17 ; and for definition of Registration Districts and addresses of Registrars 
see page 48. 

The letters B.F. stand for Broughty Ferry. 



D c Abbotsford place, 74 Peddie street 

to Blackness avenue 9 (1) 

D c Abbotsford street, Blackness rd. 

to Seymour street 9 (1) 

H c Abercorn street, Dalkeith road to 

Old Craigie road 4 (3) 

Abercromby place, 151-153 Locliee 

road 8 (4) 

Ob Abercromby st., B.F., Dalhousie 

road to Strathmore street 11 (B) 
G c Aberlemno terrace, 358 to 392a 

Perth road 2(1) 

Na Abertay st., Bro. Ferry, Monifieth 

road to Strathmore street 11 (B) 
N b Addison road, Broughty Ferry, 

Cam ph ill road to N. 11 (B) 

Ed Adelaide pi., N. of Adelaide ter.7(2) 
E d Adelaide terrace, N. of and parallel 

to Albany tei'race 7 (2) 

E b Airlie place, 11 Perth road 9 (1) 
E b Airlie terrace, top of Airlie pi. 9 (1) 
Kb Albany road, Broughty Ferry, 

Grove road to W. 10 (3) 

E d Albany terrace, Drummond street 

to Inverary terrace 7 (2, 4) 

Albert court, 37 Nethergate 2 (1) 

L b Albert road, Bro. Ferry, Claypots 

road to Victoria road 10 (3) 

E c Albert square, part of Meadowside 

between Reform street and Pan- 
mure street 6 (2) 
G d Albert street, continuation of 

Princes street to N. 4 (3) 

M a Albion place, Broughty Ferry, 

19-29 Castle street 11 

G d Albyn villas, 32 Forfar road 5 (3) 
F d Alexander street, Hilltown to 

Dens road 12 (3) 

F c Allan street, 157 Seagate to East 

Dock street 1 (3) 

M a Alpha terrace, Bro. Ferry, corner 

Brook street and Castle st. 11 (B) 
Z)«Alpin road, Strathmore avenue to 

Loons road 3, 7 (4) 

D d Alpin ter. , Lawside road, opposite 

Kilberry street to E. 7 (4) 

L b Alton terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

12, 14 Grove road 10 (3) 

M a Ambrose street, Broughty Ferry, 

Fisher street to King st. 11 (B) 
E g Americanmuir road, Downfield, 

Strathmartine road to W. 7 (A) 



D c Anchor lane, 48 Henderson's West 
wynd 8 (1) 

C d Ancrum drive, Tullideph rd. 8 (4) 
C d Ancrum road, Lochee, Logie 
street to Glamis road 3, 8 (4) 
C e Anderson's lane, Lochee, South 
road 3 (4) 

C e Angus st., Lochee, 39 Liff road 3 (4) 
F d Ann street, 113 Hilltown to Cot- 
ton road 4, 6, 12 (3) 
F c Annan ter. , 19 Wellington st. ,4(3) 
D c Annfield road, 213 Hawkhill to 
164 Blackness road 9 (1) 
D c Annfield row, 82 Annfield rd. 9 (1) 
D c Annfield street, 92 Annfield rd. 9(1) 
U d Anstruther rd. , Pitkerro rd. toS. 4(3) 
G c Arbroath road, top Princes street 
to Balgillo road at Burgh bound- 
ary 1, 4, 10, 11 (3, B) 
F b Arcade bldgs., 6 b King st., King's 
rd. , and 93 Victoria rd. 4, 6 (3) 
M b Archer street, Broughty Ferry, 
Nursery road to N. 11(B) 
D b Argyle place, 15 Thomson st. 2 (1) 
G d Argyle street, 56 Forfar road to 
Mains loanandClepingtonrd. 5(3) 
M a Argyle terrace, Broughty Ferry, 
548, 550 Brook street 11 (B) 
G d Arklay pi., Arklay ter. to N. 5 (3) 
F d Arklay street, from Dens road to 
Clepington road 5 (3) 
G d Arklay ter., Arklay st. to E. 5 (3) 
B c Arnhall gardens, off Farington 
street 9 (1) 
E c Arthur street, top of Dallfield 
walk to Hedge road 6 (2) 
F c Arthurstone terrace, Dens road to 
Albert street 4 (3) 
E b Artillery lane, 38 S. Tay st. 2 (1) 
D c Ash lane, 104 Lochee road 8 (l) 
E c Ash st. ,Smellie's In. to Hop st. 8 (1) 
C c Ashbank rd. , Blackness rd. to N. 8 
M b Athole place, Broughty Ferry, 
19-23 Camperdown street 10 
G d Athole terrace, Forfar road 5 (3) 
C e Atholl street, St Ann street to 
Balgay street 3 (4) 
2" c Auchrannie ter., Carlochie place 
to Strips of Craigie road 1 (3) 
E e Back street — now Milton st. 7, 12 
G e Baffin street, from 85 Arbroath 
road to Watson street 1 (3) 



STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



19 



G c Baffin street, South, 134 Ferry 

road to Watson street I (3) 

F c Bain square, 14 Cowgate and 5 

Wellgate 6 (3) 

E g Baldovan road, Downfield, Strath - 

martine road to Baldovan 7 (A) 
G c Baldovan terrace, Pitkerro road 

to Park avenue 4 (3) 

D e Balfield road, Loons road 3 (2) 
D c Balfour street, 96 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
/ c Balgavies avenue, Arbroath road 

to Kinnordy terrace 1 (3) 

C c Balgay avenue, 273-295 Blackness 

road 8 (1) 

C c Balgay road, 295 Blackness road to 

Scott street 8 (1) 

G e Balgay street, Lochee, South Mid 

street to Marshall street 3 (4) 
C d Balgay terrace, Lochee, 80 to 90 

Logie street 3 (4) 

M b Balgillo crescent, Bro. Ferry, Sea- 
field road, from 5 Fintry place 

to Balgillo road 10 (B) 

M c Balgillo rd. , Bro. Ferry, Arbroath 

road by E. and W. Balgillo to 

Arbroath road 10, 11 (B) 

M 6 Balgillo terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

Traill street to Fintry place 10 (B) 
F d Balgray place, 229 Clepington 

road to Barnes avenue 5 (A) 

F e Balgray street, Old Glamis road 

to Graham street 5 (A) 

G a Balmore street, Albert street to 

Dura street 4 (3) 

O b Balmossie st. , B. F. , from River up 

boundary to Barnhill farm (11) B 
L b Balmyle road, B.F., 35 Dundee 

road to 40 Albany road 10 (3) 
F c Baltic buildings, west end Baltic 

street 6 (2) 

F c Baltic st. , 36 Wellgate to Meadow- 
side 6 (2) 
E f Bank avenue, Downfield, West 

Kingsway to School road 7 (A) 

E c Bank street, 36 Beform street to 

Barrack street 6 (2) 

G e Bank street, Lochee, High street 

to South road 3 (4) 

F e Barnes avenue, Graham street to 

Old Glamis road 5 (A) 

N" b Barnhill, E. portion of Broughty 

Ferry 11 (B) 

E c Barrack road, con tin uation of Dud - 

hope street to Dudhope ter. 6 (2) 
E c Barrack street, 59 Overgate to 

Ward road 6 (2) 

MaBabth. street, Broughty Ferry, 

Fisher street to King st. 11 (B) 
G d Baxter Park terrace, Pitkerro 

road to Arbroath road 4 (3) 

D c Baxter street, 13 City road 8 (4) 
L b Bayfield road, Bro. Ferry, West 

Queen st. to 14 Albert rd. 10 (3) 



Ma Beach crescent, Bro. Ferry, Gray 

street to St Vincent st. 11 (B) 
L b Beach lane, Broughty Ferry, 50 

Dundee road to Boatsheds 10 (3) 
F c Beaconsfield place, 104 to 124 

Victoria road 4 (3) 

B c Beechwoodter. , Westparkrd. 9 (1) 
L a Bell's lane, Broughty Ferry, 

Fisher street to N. 11 (B) 

E c Bell street, 13 Constitution road to 

Meadowside 6 (2) 

E c Bell street, West, 13 Constitution 

road west to Lochee road 6 (2) 
E c Bell Street lane, 15 Constitution 

road 6 (2) 

D b Bellefleldave., 47 Magdalen green 

to Seafield road 2 (1) 

D b Belief! eld place, 41-45 Seafield rd. 

2 (1) 

D e Bellfield street, 167 Hawkhill to 

128 Blackness road 9 (1) 

D c Belmont pi. , 112-134 Hawkhill 9(1) 
J b Belsize road, Craigie avenue to 

Margaret crescent 1 (3) 

D c Ben vie road, Fyffe street to Pitfour 

street 8 (4) 

D c Bernard street, 180 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
H d Bingham terrace, Dalkeith road to 

Old Craigie road. 4 (3) 

E f Binsted avenue, Strathmartinerd. 

to Muirfield crescent 7 (A) 

C c Birch wood pi., Logie ave. to S. 8 
D d Black st. , L'hee rd. to Benvie rd. 8(4) 
D cBlackheathpl., 203 Hawkhill 9(1) 
G c Blackness avenue, west end of 

Hawkhill to 314 Blackness rd. 9(1) 
O g Blackness cres. , 227 Perth rd. 9 (1) 
D c Blackness road, 68 Brook street 

to W. 8, 9 (1) 

D c Blackness st., 190 Blacknessrd.9(l) 
G c Blackness ter. ,261-269 Perth rd. 9(1) 
F c Blackscroft, contin. of Seagate 

from St Roque's lane to E. 1 (3) 
E c Blinshall street, 47 Brook street 

to Lochee road 8 (1) 

D c Blyth place, 5 City road 8 (4) 

D c Blyth street, 3 City road to 

Fleuchar street 8 (4) 

D b Ely thswood pi. , 121-9 Perth rd. 9 (1) 
F c Bonnybank road, 90 Victoria road 

to Ann street 4 (3) 

L a Both well terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

19-29 Westfield road 10 

Ma Boyd place, Bro. Ferry, 58 MonU 

fieth road to Ramsay street 11 (B), 
E h Bracken road, Downfield, Strath- 

martine road to W. 7 (A) 

E h Bradbury st. , Downfield, Strath- 

martine road to W. 7 (A) 

F e Braemar place, 114 to 118 Arklay 

st. and 70 to 78 Clepington rd. 5(3) 
D e Brantwood avenue, Loons road 

(east end) to Str'thmore ave. 7 (4) 



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STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



D c Brewery lane, 1 Polepark road 8(1) 
B c Briarwood ter. , "Westpark road 9 
M Briarwood villas, Broughty Ferry, 

344, 346 Queen street 11 

a Bridge lane, Barnhill 11 

O a Bridge street, Bro. Ferry, Moni- 

fieth road to Esplanade 11 (B) 
C e Bright street, Lochee, High street 

to Tofthill 3 (4) 

D c Brompton place, 121 Ha wkhill 9(1) 
E c Brook street, from Westport to 

Polepark road 2, 8, 9 (1) 

Ma Brook street, B. Ferry, Claypots 

road to Esplanade 10, 11 (3, B) 
Ma Brotchie pi., B.F., 330 King st. 11 
Broughty Ferry road — see Ferry rd. 
F c Brown Constable st. , from Cres- 
cent street to Dura street 4 (3) 
E c Brown street, 37 "Westport to 

Lochee road 8 (1) 

L a Brown street, Broughty Ferry, 

150 Brook street to S. 10 (B) 

F o Bruce's entry, 4 Wellgate 6 (2) 
Ff Bruce rd, FosterrdtoCliverd7 (A) 
E d Bruce street, Kinghorne road to 

Byron street 7 (2) 

G d Buchanan street, Ogilvie street to 

North Erskine street 5 (3) 

G d Buckingham ter. , 64 Forfar rd. 5 
iVa Bughties road, Broughtv Ferry, 

70Camphillrd.toReresrd. 11(B) 
E d Burgess street, Bruce street to 

Mortimer street 7 (2) 

E g Burn street, Downfield, Baldovan 

road to E. 7(A) 

B c Burnaby street, Riverside drive to 

Eildon street 2 (1) 

D e Burnett street, 120 Brook street to 

Blackness road 8 (1) 

C t Burnside st. , L'hee, off High st. 3 
B f Butter's loan, Lochee, W. end of 

Liff road 3 (4) 

E d Butterburn, top of Hilltown 12 (2) 

D e Byron crescent, N. side of Byron 

street 7 (4) 

E d Byron street, Derby street to 

Loons road 3, 7, 12 (2, 4) 

L b Caenlochan road, Broughty Ferrv, 
41 Strathern road to N. 10 (3) 
L b Caenlochan terrace, B.F., 35-41 
Strathern road 10 (3) 

L b Caenlochan villas, Bro. Ferry, 45 
and 47 Strathern road 10 (3) 
F e Caird avenue, Strathmartine road 
N.E. to Clepington road 7 (2) 
F e Caird terrace, Clepington road to 
Wedderburn street 7 (2) 

F c Calcutta buildings, 16 to 30 Com- 
mercial street 1 (2) 
F d Caldrum street, 28 North George 
street to N. 12 (3) 
B d Cambridge street, Oxford street 
to Elliot road 8 (I) 



D b Camden place, 71 Perth road 9 (1) 
F c Cameron's close, 28 Murraygate (2) 
D d Campbell street, Lochee, Cobden 

street to Law crescent 3, 7 (4) 
D c Campbeltown place, 271 to 285 

Hawkhill 9 (1) 

M b Camperdown place, Bro'ty Ferry, 

22, 24 Camperdown street 10 
E g Camperdown road, Downfield, 

Strathmartine road to W. 7 (A) 
F c Camperdown street, N. side Vic- 
toria dock 1 (3) 
G c Camperdown street, East, Cam- 
perdown dock to E. 1 (3) 
M b Camperdown street, Bro'ty Ferry, 

20 Claypots road to Forthill road 

10(B) 

C e Camperdown st., Lochee, Burnside 

street to Methven street 3 (4) 
N b Campfield road, Broughty Ferry, 

79 Camphill road to N. 11 (B) 
M <x Camphill road, Broughty Ferry, 

Queen st. to 21 Abertay st. 11 (B) 
F c Candle lane, 81 Seagate to 63 Dock 

street 1 (2) 

E d Canning st., from 93 Strathmartine 

rd. eastward to Moncur cres.12 (2) 
G d Cardean street, 133 Albert street 

to Morgan street 4 (3) 

F e Cardross street, 151 Clepington 

road to N. 5 (A) 

/ c Carlochie pi., junction of Craigie 

avenue and Greendykes rd. 1 (3) 
E d Carmichael street, Kinghorne rd. 

to M'Kinnon street 7, 12 (2) 

F d Carnegie street, 80 Ann street to 

Church street 12 (3) 

H c Carolina port, East Camperdown 

street 1 (3) 

31 a Castle lane, Bro'ty Ferry, Castle 

street to Esplanade 11 (B) 

F b Castle street, 2 High street to Shore 

terrace 1, 2 (2) 

M a Castle st., Broughty Ferry, Mill 

street to Panmure street 11 (B) 
G d Castle terrace, 73 Clepington road 

to Mains terrace 5 (A) 

M a Castle terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

Mill street to Brook st., fronting 

River 11 (B) 

F c Castlehill, 46 Commercial st. 1 (2) 
M a Castleroy road, Broughty Ferry, 

Camphill road to N. 11 (B) 

G d Catherine street, Eliza street to 

Harriet street 5 (3) 

M b Cedar place, Broughty Ferry, 2-6 

Stewart street 10 

M b Cedar road, Bro. Ferry, Forthill 

road to Fintry place 10 (B) 

G d Chalmers street, Madeira street to 

Walrond street 5 (3) 

L a Chapel lane, Broughty Ferry, 

Fisher street to N. 10 (B) 



STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



F c Chapel st., 9 Albert square 6 (2) 
E c Chapelsliade, a district N. of Bell 

street to Dudliope street 6 (2) 
F c Charles lane, Charles street to 

Kirk entry 6 (3) 

F e Charles street, 51 Wellgate 6 (3) 
E c Charlotte place, off Rose st. 6 (2) 
E f Charlotte street, Kings way west 

to School road 7 (A) 

D c Cherryfieldlane, 125 Blackness rd. 

to Walton street 8(1) 

J b Christian road, Craigie avenue to 

Dundee road 1 (3) 

E b Church In., Tally st.to High st. 2 (2) 
E y Church road, Downfield, Haldane 

street to Duncan street 7 (A) 
F d Church street, continuation of 

Carnegie street to Main st. 12 (3) 
L a Church street, Bro. Ferry, Fisher 

st. to Camperdown st. 10 (3, B) 
M a Churchill place, Broughty Ferrv, 

Castle street to N. 11 (B) 

F b City arcade, Shore terrace 2 

F b City chambers, 21 City sq. 2 (2) 
D d City road, continuation of Miln- 

bank road to Lochee 3, 8 (4) 

F b City square, High street 2 (2) 
H c Clarence road, Arbroath road to 

Nesbitt street 4 (3) 

C b Clarendon drive, 448 Perth road 

2 (1) 

C c Clarendon terrace, 271 to 297 

Perth road 9 (1) 

G f Claverhouse road, Old Glamis 

road to Forfar road 5 (5) 

L b Claypotsrd., Bro. F. , Brook st.,N. 

to Burgh boundary 10 (3, B) 
D d Cleghorn street, from 17 City 

road to Lochee road 8 (4) 

F e Clepington road, Pitkerro road to 

Coupar Angus rd. 3, 5, 7 (2, 3, 4, A) 
F d Clepington st., Dundonald. street 

to N. 5 (3) 

EfCliverd., 343Kingswayto N. 7 (A) 
G d Clive street, Argyle street to 

Clepington road 5 (3) 

E g Cloan road, Downfield, Strath- 

martine road to W. 7 (A) 

D d Cobden street, Lochee, Lochee 

road to Loons road 3 (4) 

E c Cochrane st., 27 Lochee road 6 (2) 
E e Coldside, district W. of Strath- 

martine rd. at Paterson st. 12 (2) 
E e Coldside road, Hospital street to 

Strathmartine road 7 (2) 

O a Collingwood crescent, Bro. Ferry, 

off Bridge street to W. 11(B) 
O a Collingwood place, off Dalhousie 

road to S. 11 (B) 

O a Collingwood street, Bro'ty Ferry, 

Bridge st. to Balmossie st. 11 (B) 
a Collingwood terrace, Bro. Ferry, 

N. side of Collingwood st. 11 (B) 



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F c Commercial court, 5 and 23 Com- 
mercial street 1 (2) 

F c Commercial street, 40 Dock street 
to 15 Albert square 1, 6 (2) 

L b Constable lane, West Ferry, S. 
side Dundee road 10 

F c Constable street, from St Roque's 
lane to Wallace street 1 (3) 

E c Constitution road, Barrack street 
to N. 6, (2) 

E ctf Constitution st., top of Constitu- 
tion rd. to Hilltown 6, 7, 12 (2) 

E d Constitution street, Upper, contin. 
Constitution road to N. 7 (2) 

E c Constitution terrace, top Constitu- 
tion road 7 (2) 

D c Corso street, 54 Peddie street to 
Blackness avenue 9 (1) 

M a Cottage place, Broughty Ferry, 
King street to Long lane 11 (B) 

F c Cotton road, from junction of Vic- 
toria rd. & Dens rd. to N. 4, 12 (3) 

F c Coupar's alley, 12 Wellgate 6 (2) 

C / Coupar Angus road, Lochee, High 
street to N. 3 (4) 

D d Coupar street, Lochee, Logie street 
to Loons road 3 (4) 

E c Courier place, Albert square 6 (2) 

F d Court street, Dundonald street to 
Clepington road 5 (3) 

E c Courthouse square, square front- 
ing Courthouse, W. Bell st. 6 (2) 

E b Couttie's wd., 38 Nethergate 2 (2) 

F d Cowan street, Dens road to Brown 
Constable street 4 (3) 

F c Cowgate, 79 Murraygate to 
E. 1, 6 (2, 3) 

E h Cox street, Downfield, St Mary's 
road to Symers street 7 (A) 

E b Craig court, 7 Craig street 2 (2) 

E b Craig pier, landing place of Tay 
ferries, S. end of S. Union st. 2(2) 

E b Craig street, 29 West Dock street 
to Craig pier 2 (2) 

/ d Craighill place, Pitkerro road to 
Drumgeith road 4 (3) 

J b Craigie avenue, Arbroath road to 
Strathern rd., Bro'ty Ferry 1 (3) 

G c Craigie st., 73 Albert st. to E. 4(3) 

H c Craigie ter. , 208-224 Ferry rd. 1 (3) 

G d Craigiebank place, 2-12 Pitkerro 
road 5 (3) 

G d Craigiebank terrace, 16 to 28 Pit- 
kerro road 5 (3) 

J c Craigiebarnsrd.,off Craigie avenue 
to N. 1 (3) 

L b Craignabrattan terrace, 1-9 Ed- 
ward street, West Ferry 10 (B) 

G c Crescent lane, 18 Princes st. 4 (31 

F c Crescent street, 8 Princes street to 
Victoria street 4 (3) 

E b Crichton street, 24 High street to 
Greenmarket 2 (2) 



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STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, Ac. 



I c Crombie terrace, East Haddon 

road to Noran avenue 1 (3) 

E b Cross row, Small's wynd to Park 

wynd 9 (1) 

Ma Cross street, Broughty Ferry, 

Brook street to N. 11 (B) 

M a Cumberland place, B.F., corner of 

Brook st. and Castle st. 11 (B) 
F c Cunningham street, Lyon street to 

Arthurstone terrace 4 (3) 

F b Customhouse buildings, E. side of 

King William dock 1 (2) 

G d Daisybank, 40 Forfar road 5 (3) 
H c Dalgleish road, Broughty Ferry 

road to Arbroath road 1 (3) 

D c Dalhousie place, 61 Locheerd. 8(4) 
O a Dalhousie road, Broughty Ferry, 

Abertay st. to Balmossie st. 11(B) 
C c Dalhousie terrace, 344 to 356 

Perth road 2 (1) 

L b Dalhousie terrace, Bro. Ferry, 

6, 8 Balmyle road 10 (3) 

a Dalhousie terrace, Bro. Ferry, 

24-40 Dalhousie road , 11 (3) 
H c Dalkeith road, Broughty Ferry 

road to Pitkerro road 1, 4 (3) 
E c Dallfiehl ter., 22 Dudhope st. 6 (2) 
E c Dallfield walk, 44 Dudhope st. 6 (2) 
D c Daniel street, 138 Brook street to 

Blackness road 8 (1) 

L a David lane, Bro. Ferry, David 

street to Bell's lan€ 11 (B) 

L a David street, Bro. i erry, Fisher 

street to N. 11 (B) 

M b Davidson street, Broughty Ferry, 

Claypots rd. to Cedar rd. 10 (B) 

1 c Dean avenue, Craigie avenue to 

Greendykes road 1 (3) 

H c Deerpark road, Nesbitt street to 

Abercorn street 4 (3) 

D e Dempster street, from Daniel st. 

to Burnett street 8 (1) 

H d Dennison road, Anstruther road 

to Dalkeith road 4 (3) 

F c Dens brae, 100 King street to 197 

Victoria road 4 (3) 

F d Dens road, E. end Victoria road to 

Moncur crescent 4. 5, 12 (3) 

F c Dens street, 16 Blackscroft to 

Princes street 1 (3) 

ilfaDerby place, B.F., corner of 

Castle st. and Panmure st. 11 (B) 
E d Derby street, 9 Hill st. to N. 12 (2) 
M a Dick street, Broughty Ferry, 

Camphill road to N.E. 11 (B) 
F b Dock street, from South Union st. 

to foot of Trades lane 1, 2 (2) 
F c Dock street, East, from foot of 

Trades lane to E. 1 (3) 

F b Dock street, "West, 6 Dock street 

to Protection wall 2 (2) 

D d Doig's terrace, 190, 192 Lochee 

road 8 (4) 



E d Don's road, 21 Rosebank road to 

Constitution street 6 (2) 

B f Donald's lane, L., Pitalpin st. 3 (4) 
B e Donald st., Lochee, South rd. 3(4) 
Ma Douglas place, Broughty Ferry, 

9-15 Ramsay street 11 (B) 

E c Douglas street, from Dudhope 

crescent to Lower pleasance 8 (1) 
E d Douglas terrace, continuation of 

Panmure terrace to W. 7 (2) 

L a Douglas ter., B.F. , Westfield rd. 

to Dundee rd. , River front 10 (3) 
D e Dronley place, Balshando place 

to Kingscross road 3 (4) 

/ d Drumgeith road, Pitkerro road to 

East Kingsway 4 ( 3) 

Ma Drummond place, Broughty Ferry, 

9-15 Castle street 11 

E d Drummond street, Somerville pi. 

to Adelaide place 7 (2) 

E c Dudhope Crescent road, Consti- 
tution road to Lochee road 6 (2) 
E c Dudhope place, W. end of Dud- 
hope street, N. side 6 (2) 
E c Dudhope street, 6 Hilltown to 

Constitution road 6 (2) 

E d Dudhope terrace, Somerville place 

to Lochee road 6, 7, 8 (2, 4) 

G d Duff street, Argyle street to 

Clepington road 5 (3) 

F d Duff terrace, 44 Main street 12 (3) 
Ma Dumbie's close, Broughty Ferry, 

Brook street to Long lane 11 (B) 
E g Duncan street, Downfield, Strath- 

martine rd. to Haldane st. 7 (A) 
D d Duncan's terrace, 172 and 174 

Lochee road 8 (4) 

L a Dundas street, Broughty Ferry, 

Fisher street to King st. 10 (B) 
K b Dundee road, B. Ferry, Craigie 

avenue to Claypots road 10 (3) 
F d Dundonald street, Arklay street 

to Stobswell road 5 (3) 

K b Dunella road, B. Ferry, Albany 

road to Strathern road 10 (3) 
il/aDunira street, Broughty Ferry, 

Whinnybrae to W. 11 (B) 

L b Duntruneter., Bro. Ferry, Strath- 
ern road to Claypots road 10 (3) 
O t^Dura street, Dens road to Forfar 

road 4, 5 (3) 

F c Eadie's road, 70 Victoria rd. 6 (3) 
F c Eagle bldgs. , 65 Trades lane 1 (2) 
G e Earl street, Lochee, Coupar Angus 

road to W. 3 (4) 

D c Easson's angle, 31 Milnbank road 

8(4) 

M a Easson's lane, Broughty Ferry, 

Brook street to S. 11 (B) 

G e Eastwood place, 107 to 109 Clep- 
ington road 5 (A) 
G e Eastwood terrace, 105 Clepington 

road 5 (A) 



STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



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O c Eden street, 97 Arbroath road to 

"Watson street 1 (3) 

Ma Edenbain place, Broughty Ferry, 

317-321 King street 11 

F c Edengrove, 99 to 103 Arbroath rd. 

and 1 Eden street 1 (3) 

L b Edward place, Bro. Ferry, 6-14 

Camperdown street 10 

L> a Edward street, AVest end Brook 

street to 121 Blackness rd. 8 (1) 
iV&Edzell street, B.F., continuation 

of Abertay street to N. 11 (B) 
L a Eglintine place, B. Ferry, corner 

of Church st. and Long lane 10 
G e Elder's lane, Lochee, South rd. 3(4) 
E f Elgin street, off Park road 7 (A) 
G d Eliza street, Albert street to 

Molison street 4, 5 (3) 

F d Elizabeth street, 52 Ann street to 

North George street 12 (3) 

E e Ellagrove place, 345-349 Cleping- 

ton road 7 (A) 

Q e Ellen place, 1 to 31 Lyon st. 4 (3) 
F c Ellen street, 8 S. George street to 

Ann street 4 (3) 

F c Ellen street, North, continuation 

Ellen st. to St Salvador st. 12 (3) 
G c Ellengowan drive, Ferry road to 

Arbroath road 1 (3) 

K b Ellieslea road, Bro. Ferry, Dundee 

road to Strathern road 10(3) 
B d Elliot road, Glamis road to Black- 
ness road 8 (1, 4) 
D c Elm place, 121 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
C c Elm street, Blackness rd. to N. 8 
E e Elmbank buildings, 323-327 Clep- 

ington road 7 (A) 

B e Elmwood road, Glamis road to 

South road, Lochee 3, 8 (4) 

F c Elsinore place, 3 Hilltown 6 (3) 
F c Errol ter., 90-94 Victoria rd. 4 (3) 
L a Erskine lane, Bro. Ferry, Brook 

street to Church street 10 (B) 
Q c Erskine street, 37 Victoria street 

to Dura street 4 (3) 

G d Erskine street, North, 28 Dura 

street to Dundonald street 5 (3) 
G d Erskine terrace, 61 to 93 Cleping- 

ton road 5 (A) 

E b Esplanade, see Riverside drive 2 (1) 
iV a Esplanade, Bro. Ferry, Mill st. to 

Bridge st., fronting River 11 (B) 
E 6 Esplanade bldgs., Craigstreet 2 (2) 
B d Eton street, Oxford street to 

Cambridge street 8 (1) 

E c Euclid cres., top Reform st. to Bell 

st. by both sides High Sch'l 6 (2) 
E c Euclid st., E. side of Constitution 

road, opposite Ward Chapel 6 (2) 
F b Exchange street, 50 Castle street 

to Commercial street 1 (2) 

F d Fairbairn street, Arklay street to 

North Isla street 5 (3) 



E e Fairfield cottages, 339 Clepington 

road 5 (A) 

E e Fairfield road, Strathmartine road 

to Old Glamis road 7(A) 

K b Fairfield road, Broughty Ferry, 

Dundee rd. to Arbroath rd. 10 (3) 
F e Fairfield street, Fairmuir street to 

Old Glamis road 7 (A) 

F e Fairley place, 243-257 Clepington 

road 5(A) 

F e Fairmuir road, Old Glamis road to 

Fairmuir street 7 (A) 

F e Fairmuir street, 321 Clepington rd. 

to N. 7 (A) 

G c Falconhurst terrace, 5 to 9 Hynd- 

ford street 9 (1) 

B c Farington street, Perth road to 

Westgrove avenue 9 (1) 

B c Farington terrace, Perth road to 

N. 9 (1) 

E e Fearnbank, 331 Clep'gtonrd. 7 (A) 
G g Ferguson st. , 112 Princes st. 4 (3) 
G c Ferry road, continuation Blacks 

croft to Broughty Ferry 1 (3) 
E d Fingask street, Adelaide place to 

Kinghorne road 7 (2) 

M b Fintry place, Bro. Ferry, Seafield 

road to Forthill road 10 (B) 

Mb Fintry pi., West, Bro. Ferry, Sea- 
field road to Claypots road 10 (B) 
D c Firbank, 138, 140 Lochee rd. 8 (4) 
L a Fisher street, B.F., Church st. to 

Gray st. , fronting River 1 0, 11 (B) 
F e Fleming gardens, East, Arklay st. 

to N. & S. Fleming gardens 5 (3) 
F e Fleming gardens, North, Fleming 

gardens, W. to E. 5 (3) 

F e Fleming gardens, South, Fleming 

gardens, W. to E. 5 (3) 

F e Fleming gardens, West, Provost 

rd. to N. & S. Fleming gardens 5(3) 
D c Fleuchar street, Fyffe street to 

Blyth street ' 8 (4) 

G e Flight's lane, L'hee, 100 High st. 3 
D c Ford's lane, 306 Hawkhill to 163 

Perth road 9 (1) 

F d Ford's ter. , 54 to 60 Main st. 12 (3) 
F c Forebank road, 86 Victoria rd. to 

Ann street 4, 6 (3) 

F o Forebank terrace, 22 Forebank 

road 6 (3) 

D c Forest Park place, Forest Park 

road to Edward street 8 (1) 

D c Forest Park road, 147 Blackness 

road to 24 Milnbank road 8 (1) 
E c Forester street, Rattray street to 

Nicoll street 6 (2) 

G d Forfar road, continuation Albert 

street to N. 5 (3, A) 

C c Fort street, Perth road to Rich- 
mond terrace 2 (1) 
Ma Fort street, Broughty Ferry, River 

to Camperdown street 10, 11 (B) 



STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



24 

Mb Forthill avenue, Bro. Ferry, Fort- 
hill road to E., to Recreation 
ground 11 (B) 

Mb Forthill drive, B.F., Nursery rd.ll 

M b Forthill place, Broughty Ferry, 
Forthill drive to N. 11 (B) 

Bib Forthill road, B.F., Camperdown 
street to Balgillo road 10, 11 (B) 

F f Foster road, 301 Kings way 
to N. 7(A) 

F c Foundry lane, east end of Sea- 
gate to E. 1 (3) 

E e Francis street, Strathmartine road 
to Quarry road 7 (2) 

E d Fraser street, Bruce street to 
Mortimer street 7 (2) 

E g Frederick street, Downfield, Cam- 
perdown road to Cloan rd. 7 (A) 

D d Fullarton street, Lochee, Camp- 
bell street to Loons road 3 (4) 

B eFyffe'slane, Lochee, South rd. 3(4) 

D c Fyffe street, 66 Polepark rd. 8 (4) 

-Z" c Gannochie terrace, Arbroath road 
to Carlochie place , 1 (3) 

D c Gardner's lane, 57 Lochee rd. 8 (4) 

D d Gardner street, from top of 
Rankine street to Loons rd. 3 (4) 

J b Gardyne rd.,Craigieav. toN. 1 (3) 

E c Garland pi. , 22 and 24 Constitution 
road, and 2 to 14 Barrack rd. 6 (2) 

F c Gellatly street, 52 Dock street to 
Seagate 1 (2) 

F d George street, North, 235 Hilltown 
to Church street 12 (3) 

F c George street, South, 15 Nelson 
street to 22 William street 4 (3) 

C fGeorgest., Lochee,93Liff road 3(4) 

C e Gibb'slane, Lochee, 30 High st. 3(4) 

G a Gibson terrace, 41 Mains loan 5 (3) 

E f Gillburn road, Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to E. 7 (A) 

E c Gladstonepl.,32DudhopeCres.rd. 

Ma Gladstone place, Broughty Ferry, 
469-475 Brook street 11 

Ma Gladstone terrace, Bro'ty Ferry, 
439 to 467 Brook street 11 

B d Glamis drive, Glamis road to 
West 8, 9 (1) 

A d Glamis place, off Glamis terrace 
toN. 9(1) 

Bd Glamisroad, Perth rd. to Northern 
Balgay approach 8, 9 (1, 4) 

F d Glamis street, 16 St Salvador 
street to Main street 12 (3) 

A d Glamis terrace, Glamis road to 
Hazel drive 9 (1) 

G c Glebest.,32 Lilybankrd. to S.l (3) 

D e Glenaffric terrace, off Johnston 
avenue to W. 3 (4) 

D c Glenagnes road, from 211 Black- 
ness road to Scott street 8 (1) 

D c Glenagnes street, Glenagnes road 
to W. 8 (1) 



E e Glenclova terrace, Strathmore 
avenue to Glenogil avenue 7 (4) 

D e Glenesk avenue, Harefield road 
to Loons road 3 (4) 

D e Glenisla terrace, Alpin road to 
Glenesk avenue 3 (4) 

E e Glenmarkie terrace, Strathmore 
avenue to Glenmoy avenue 7 (4) 

E e Glenmoy avenue, Glenprosen ter- 
race to Johnston avenue 7 (4) 

E e Glenogil avenue, Johnston avenue 
to Glenprosen ter>-ace 7 (4) 

E e Glenprosen drive, off Glenprosen 
terrace 7 (4) 

E e Glenprosen terrace, Strathmore 
avenue to Clepington road 7 (4) 

D e Glentruim terrace, off Johnston 
avenue to W. 3 (4) 

b Godfrey street, Bro. Ferry, Pan- 
mure terrace to Gordon st. 11 (B) 

b Gordon street, Bro. Ferry, Aber- 

cromby st. to Godfrey st. 11 (B) 
D d Gordon street, Lochee, Logie 

street to Cobden street 3 (4) 

E c Gowan's court, 2] North Tay 

street and 225 Overgate 6 (1) 
M b Gowan's lane, Broughty Ferry, 

Seafield road to E. 10 (B) 

D d Gowanbank, 167 Lochee road 8 (4) 
C cGowrie pi., 289-299 Hawkhill 9(1) 
D c Gowrie st., 5 Blackness ave. 9 (l) 
G c Graham place, 171 Princes st. 1 (3) 
F e Graham street, 183 Clepington 

road to N. 5 (A) 

Ma Grange terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

61-69 Monifieth road 11 

D b Grantwell pi., 276 Perth road 2 (1) 
C e Gray's lane, Lochee, 31 High 

street to Burnside street 3 (4) 
Ma Gray street, Broughty Ferry, 

River to Camphill road 11 (B) 
B e Gray street, Lochee, Liff road to 

South road 3 (4) 

1 c Greendykes road, Ferry road to 

Arbroath road 1 (3) 

D b Greenfield place, 156 Perth road 

to 17 Magdalen Yard road 2 (1) 
F e Greenlaw place, 195-201 Clepington 

road 5 (A) 

D d Grieve's ter.. 164 Lochee road 8 (4) 
C c Grosvenor rd., 315 Perth rd. 9 (1) 
D b Grosvenor terrace, 307 to 313 

Perth road 9 (1) 

L b Grove road, Bro. Ferry, 47 Dundee 

road to 56 Strathern road 10 (3) 
L b Grove road, North, continuation 

of Grove road to N. 10 (3) 

G c Grove street, foot of Springhill 1 (3) 
E c Guthrie pi. , top of Guthrie st. 8 (1) 
E c Guthrie street, from top of N. Tay 

street W. to Brook street 8 (1) 
a Guthrieter., Bro. Ferry, Dalhousie 

road to Montague street 11 (B) 



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H c Haddon road, East, Arbroath 

road to Greendykes road 1 (3) 
ilf a Haldane lane, Broughty Ferry, 

Brook street to N. 10 (B) 

E g Haldane street, Downfield, Strath- 

martine road to Church road 7(A) 
6 Hamilton street, B.F., Abertay 

street to Montague street 11 (B) 
E d Harcourt street, 108 Strathmar ; 

tine road 12 (2) 

D c Harefield avenue, Loehee, Hare- 
field road to N. 3 (4) 
D e Harefield road, Loehee, from 

Loons road to Tofthill 3 (4) 

E k Harestane rd., Downfield, Strath- 

martine road to E. 7 (A) 

M b Harley street, Broughty Ferry, 

Camperdown street to N. 10 (B) 
D c Harlow place, Brantwood avenue 

to Byron crescent 7 (4) 

G d Harriet street, 42 Dura street 5(3) 
B d Harrow street, 421 Blackness rd. 

to Oxford street 8 (1) 

Ma Hartington place, Bro'ty Ferry, 

477-487 Brook street 11 

Ed Hastings place, Canning street 

to N. 12 (2) 

D e Hatton place, from Harefield 

road, Loehee, to N. 3 (4) 

. D c Havelock place, 247 Hawkhill, and 

2 to 6 Peddie street 9 (1) 

Dc Hawkhill, from Westport W. to 

Perth road 2, 9 (1) 

D b Hawkhill place, 17 Perth road 9 (1) 
G e Haywood pi., Woodlands ter. 5 (A) 
A d Hazel avenue, 385 Perth rd. 9 (1) 
A d Hazel drive, Perth road to Glamis 

drive 9 (1) 

E c Hean's lane, 24 Small's wynd 2 (l) 
E c Hedge road, 14 Dudhope st. 6 (2) 
E c Henderson's wynd, East, 15 West- 
port 8 (1) 
E c Henderson's wynd, West, W. end of 

Guthrie street to Douglas st. 8(1) 
E e Hepburn street, 175 Strathmar- 

tine road to Caird avenue 7 (2) 
Ma Hermitage road, Broughty Ferry, 

Queen st. to Camphill rd. 11 (B) 
M a Hermitage terrace, B.F., 43-49 

Camphill road 11 (B) 

D b Hermonhill, 21 to 27 Perth rd. 9 (1) 
D b Hermonhill ter., 27 Perth rd. 9 (1) 
C e Heron's lane, Loehee, South rd. 3 
E c High st. , the principal street or 

square in centre of city 1, 2, 6 (2) 
C e High street, Loehee, continuation 

Logiest. to Coupar Angus rd. 3(4) 
M b Hillrd., B. F., Hill st. to N. 11 (B) 
E d Hillst.,36Strathm'tinerd.7, 12 (2) 
Ma Hill street, Broughty Ferry, 

Forthill road to E. 11 (B) 

F d Hillbank, a district E. of Jamaica 

street to Dens road 12 (3) 



F d Hillbank road, from top of Cotton 

road to Dens road 4, 12 (3) 

C c Hillcrest road, Blackness avenue 

to Marchfield road 9(1) 

B d Hillside road, Glamis drive to 1ST. 

8(1) 

F d Hilltown (or Bonnethill), top of 

Wellgate to N. 6, 12 (2, 3) 

F e Hindmarsh avenue, Clepington rd. 

to South Fleming gardens 5 (3) 
2V" b Holly road, Bro. Ferry, Camphill 

road to Castleroy road 11 (B) 
L b Home street, Bro. Ferry, Douglas 

terrace to Dundee road 10 (3) 
L a Home street, East, Bro. Ferry, 

Dundee rd. to Westfieldrd. 10 (3) 
L b Home terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

78-92 Dundee road 10 (3) 

D c Hop street, 116 Loehee road 8 (1) 
F c Horse wynd, 41 Murraygate to 52 

Seagate 1 (2) 

E c Horsewater wynd, 81 Brook st. 8 
E e Hospital street, Clepington road 

to Strathmore avenue 7 (2) 

Ma Hunter place, Broughty Ferry, 

42-56 Monifieth road 11 

E o Hunter street, 50 Brook street 

to 43 Hawkhill 2, 9 (1) 

J/aHutton place, Bro'ty Ferry, Moni- 
fieth road to Ramsay street 11 (B) 
C c Hyndford place. Blackness avenue 

to Speed street 9 (1) 

C c Hyndford street, 269 Perth road 

to Blackness road 9 (1) 

C c Hyndford ter. , Hyndford st. 9 (1) 
F c Idvies street, 91 Victoria road 6 (3) 
E c India buildings, 86 Bell street and 

2 and 4 Victoria road 6 (2) 

D d Inverary terrace, continuation of 

Albany ter. to W. 3, 7, 8 (2, 4) 
D d Inverlaw place, Dudhope terrace 

to Albany terrace 7, 8 (4) 

O a Invermark ter., Bro. Ferry, Aber- 

cromby st. to Guthrie ter. 11 (B) 
E c Ireland's lane, 24 Bell street 6 (2) 
E e Irvine's square, 44 Bell street 6 (2) 
F d Isla st. , Main st. to Dens rd. 12 (3) 
F d Isla street, North, Dens road to 

Tannadice street 5 (3) 

D c Isles' lane, 115 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
H c Ivanhoe place, St Ronan's avenue 

to Kenilworth avenue 1 (3) 

F d Jamaica street, 90 Ann st. 12 (3) 
L a James pi., Bro. Ferry, Westfield 

road to Church street 10 (3) 

F d James street, 26 Ann street to 

North George street 12 (3) 

G d Janefield place, 26 Forfar road to 

Mains loan 5 (3) 

G d Jedburgh road, Blackness road to 

Glamis road 8 (1, 4) 

L a Jetty lane, Broughty Ferry, Fisher 

street to N. 11 (B) 



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STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



E c John st. ,12 Dudhope Cres. rd. 6 (2) 
D e Johnston avenue, Strathmore 

avenue to Clepington road 3, 7 (4) 
E c Johnston's lane, 2 Brook st. 2 (1) 
E c Johnston street, top of N. Lindsay 

street 6 (1) 

F c Kandahar house, 71 Meadowside 
6(2) 
C d Kelso place, Kelso street to Jed- 
burgh road 8(1) 
C d Kelso street, Blackness road to 

Jedburgh road 8 (1) 

F e Kelvin street, Old Glamis road to 

Balgray street 5 (A) 

G c Kemback street, 54 Arbroath road 

to M'Gill street 4 (3) 

H o Kenilworth avenue, Broughty 

Ferry road to Arbroath rd. 1 (3) 
D d Kenmore place, Killin avenue to 

Byron street 7 (4) 

Ma Kenmore place, Broughty Ferry, 

20-24 Monifieth road 11 

D d Kenmore terrace, Kinpurnie place 

to Lawside terrace 7 (4) 

C e Kerr's lane, Lochee, Lome st. 3 (4) 
C e Kerr st., L'hee, off Kerr's lane 3 (4) 

b Kerrington crescent, Bro. Ferry, 

off Dalhousie road 11 (B) 

G e Kerrsview terrace, Graham street 

to Woodside avenue 5 (A) 

/ d Kerry ston place, Pitkerro road to 

Drumgeith road 4 (3) 

F d Kidd st. , 3 North William st. 12(3) 
D d Kilberry street, Lochee, Lawside 

road to Cobden street 3 (4) 

D d Killin avenue, Kinpurnie place to 

Lawside terrace 7 (4) 

D c Kincardine street, 46 Blackness 

road to 97 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

1 d Kingennie terrace, Pitkerro road 

to Drumgeith road 4 (3) 

E d Kinghorne road, Hilltown to Law- 
side avenue 7, 12 (2) 

D d Kinghorne terrace, off Lawside 
road to E. 7 (4) 

D e Kingscross road, 8 Loons road, 
Lochee, to West Kingsway 3 (4) 

F c King's road, 18 King street to 
Victoria road 4, 6 (3) 

F c King street, from Cowgate to 
Princes street 1, 4, 6 (3) 

il/rtKing street, Bro. Ferry, Westfield 
road to Mill street 10, 11 (3, B) 

G e Kingsway, from Forfar road to 
Strathmartine road 5, 7 (3, A) 

i" d Kingsway, East, from Arbroath 
road to Forfar road 4, 5 (3, A) 

E f Kingsway, West, from Strath- 
martine road to West Burgh 
boundary 3, 7 (4, A) 

F f Kingsway terrace, off Park road 
to N. 7 (A) 

D c Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 9 (1) 



E d Kinloch street, 108 Rosebank 
street to Carmichael street 12 (2) 

E d Kinloch terrace, Carmichael street 
to Upper Constitution st. 7 (2) 

E d Kinnaird street, Kinghorne road 
to Stirling street 12 (2) 

/ c Kinnordy terrace, Ferry road to 
Craigie avenue 1 (3) 

D d Kinpurnie place, between Law 
crescent and Byron street 7 (4) 

F c Kirk entry, 19 Wellgate 6 (3) 

C e Kirk st., Lochee, Lome st. toS. 3(4) 

F b Kirkcaldy's court, 49 Dock st.l (2) 

E g Kirkton road, Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to E. 7 (A) 

E c Laburn street, 50 Dudhope Cres- 
cent road 6 (2) 

F c Lady well pi., 5-21 Victoria rd. 6 (2) 

F d Laing street, 57 Cotton road 4 (3) 

E h Laird street, Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to W. 7 (A) 

F c Lamb's- lane, 124 Victoria rd. 4(3) 

G e Lammerton terrace, Forfar road 
to Mains loan 5 (A) 

G d Langlands st., 128 Albert st. 4 (3) 

D c Larch street, 140 Brook st. 8 (1) 

E c Laurelbank, east side Constitution 
road 6 (2) 

E d Lauriston place, 47, 47a Kinghorne 
road 12 (2) 

J b Lavender street, Craigie avenue 
to S. 1 (3) 

D d Law crescent, Hill street to King- 
home road 7 (4) 

E d Law road, Kinghorne road to Hill 
street 7 (4) 

D d Law steps, 169 Lochee road to 
Lawhill 3, 8 (4) 

E d Law street, Dudhope ter. toN. 7 (2) 

D c Lawrence street, 13 Milnbank road 
to Fyffe street 8 (4) 

L a Lawrence street, Broughty Ferry, 
Brook street to King st. 10 (B) 

E d Lawside avenue, Kinghorne road 
to Lawside road 7(4) 

D d Lawside road, Albany terrace to 
Loons road 3, 7, 8 (4) 

D d Lawside terrace, off Lawside road 
to E. 7 (4) 

E d Lawson plane, 23 Constitution 
street to Stirling street 12 (2) 

E e Lawton road, Strathmore avenue 
to Law crescent 7 (2, 4) 

E e Lawton terrace, Lawton road to 
W. 7 (2, 4) 

E d Leng street, 67 Hill st. to N. 7 (2) 

Na Lethnot street, Broughty Ferry, 
Abercromby street to W. 11 (B) 

C f Lift road, Lochee, Coupar Angus 
road to W. 3 (4) 

G c Lilybank road, 47 Arbroath road 
to Ferry road 1 (3) 

C c Lime street, Scott st. to S. 8 (l) 



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C f Lindhurst avenue, Coupar Angus 
road to E. 3 (4) 

E c Lindsay street, North, 115 Over- 
gate to Ward road 6 (1, 2) 

E b Lindsay street, South, 23 Nether- 
gate to 106 Overgate 2 (1, 2) 

Mb Lindsay street, Broughty Ferry, 
Lindsay's lane to Hill road 11(B) 

Mb Lindsay's lane, Broughty Ferry, 
Hill street to Lindsay st. 11 (B) 

M a Links cottages, Broughty Ferry, 
north side of Castle street 11 (B) 

Ma Links place, Broughty Ferry, 71-77 
Castle street 11 (B) 

Ma Links street, East, Bro'ty Ferry, 
Castle street to N. 11 (B) 

/ c Linn avenue, Greendykes road to 
Craigie avenue 1 (3) 

E e Lintrathen gardens, W. Cleping- 
ton road 7 (A) 

E e Lintrathen street, Lintrathen gar- 
dens to Soutar street 7 (A) 

E c Littlejohn st., John st. to W. 6 (2) 

D c Lochee road, from top of N. Tay 
street to Logie st. 3, 6, 8 (1, 2, 4) 

/ c Lochlee terrace, Craigie avenue to 
Crombie terrace 1 (3) 

C c Logie ave., Glenagnes road to W. 8 

C d Logie street, Lochee, Cobden street 
to Bridge, Lochee station 3, 8 (4) 

D d Logiebank, 30-40 Rankine st. 3 (4) 

D d Logiebank, 142-144isLocheerd.8(4) 

Ma Long lane, Bro'tv Ferry, West- 
field rd. to New 'rd. 10, 11 (3, B) 

E b Long wynd, 75 Nethergate to 194 
Overgate " 2 (1) 

E d Longair street, M'Kinnon street 
to Kinghorne road 7 (2) 

D e Loons road, Alpin road to Logie 
street, Lochee 3, 7 (4) 

H d Loraine road, Anstruther road 
to Dalkeith road 4 (3) 

E e Lorimer street, Strathmore ave. 
to S. 7 (2) 

C e Lome street, Lochee, South road 
to Gray street 3 (4) 

G d Lome terrace, Forfar road 5 (3) 

L b Louise terrace, Broughty Ferry, 
24-70 Grove road ' 10 (3) 

D c Lowden's alley, 157 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

I c Lunan terrace, Ferry road to 
Carlochie place 1 (3) 

D e Lundie street, Hatton place to 
Kingscross road 3 (4) 

G d Lynnewood pi., 5 Madeira st. 5 (3) 

G c Lyon street, 28 Albert street to 
Dens road 4 (3) 

D c Lytton street, 21 Blackness avenue 
to E. 9 (1) 

D f Macalpine road, Kingscross to 
Americanmuir 3, 7 (A) 

E d Macaulay street, Upper Constitu- 
tion st. to Carmichael st. 7 (2) 



E c M'Donald street, 102 Hilltown 

to Arthur street 6 (2) 

G c M'Gill street, 101 Albert st. 4 (3) 
Ed M'Kinnon street, Upper Consti- 
tution st. to Carmichael st. 7 (2) 
E h M'Lean street, Downfield, Strath- 

martine road to W. 7 (A) 

H d Macnabb street, Clepington road 

to Kings way, between Pitkerro 

road and Martin street 5 (A) 
D b M' Vicar's lane, 150 Perth rd. 2 (1) 
G d Madeira street, Forfar road to 

Pitkerro road 5 (3) 

D b Magdalen green, S. of Magdalen 

Yard rd. , fronting the river 2 (1) 
D b Magdalen place, 43 Magdalen Yard 

road 2 

C b Magdalen terrace, 24 to 32 Shep- 
herd's loan 2 (1) 
D b Magdalen Yard road, Roseangle 

to Windsor street 2 (1) 

F d Main street, from top of Hilltown 

E. to Dens road 12 (3) 

G e Mains drive, Woodside avenue to 

Mains loan 5 (3) 

G d Mainsloan, top Albert st.toN.5 (3) 
F d Mains rd., top of Hilltown to Dens 

road 12 (2, 3) 

G e Mains ter., Mains loan to East 5 (3) 
G c Maitland street, Dura street to 

Arthurstone terrace 4 (3) 

E c Malcolm's pend, Henderson's W. 

wynd to Guthrie street 8 (1) 

G d Malcolm street, 13 Ogilvie street 
5(3) 
E b Malthouse close, 58 Nethergate 2(1) 
D c Manor pi. , 189 to 223 Perth rd. 9 (1) 
M a Manor place, Broughty Ferry, 

King street to N. 11 (B) 

C e Marchfield road, Blackness road 

to Rockfield crescent 9(1) 

C c Marchfield terrace, Marchfield 

road to W. 9 (1) 

J b Margaret crescent, Christian road 

to Dundee road 1 (3) 

F b Marine parade, south of Victoria 

dock 1 (2, 3) 

E c Marine place, 80 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
F c Maritime bldgs., 26 E. Dock st. 1 (3) 
G c Market street, East Dock street to 

Ferry road 1 (3) 

F c Marry at street, Caird avenue to 

Provost road 7 (2) 

F e Marryat terrace, Marryat street 

to N. and S. 7 (2) 

L a Mars lane, Broughty Ferry, David 

lane to N. 11 (B) 

P a Marshall place, Broughty Ferry, 

S. end of Balmossie street 11 (B) 
G e Marshall street, Lochee, 56 High 

street to Balgay street 3 (4) 

H d Martin street, 53 Clepington road 

to Nairn st. and Kingsway 5 (A) 



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F c Mary Ann lane, East Dock street 

to Seagate 1 (3) 

C e Marybank lane, Lochee, Lome 

street to Liff road 3 (4) 

G d Maryfield, a district N. of Albert 

street 5 (3) 

iW a Maryfield road, Broughty Ferry, 

Camphill rd. to Hill st. 11 (B) 
G d Maryfield terrace, Forfar road to 

Mains loan 5 (3) 

a Maule street, Bro'ty Ferry, Dal- 

housie rd. to Navarre st. 11 (B) 
F d Maxwelltown, a district North of 

Ann street 12 

F c Meadow entry, 18 Murraygate 6 (2) 
E c Meadow house, 64 Reform st. 6 
F c Meadow Place buildings, E. end 

Bell street 6 (2) 

F c Meadow street, 24 Wellgate to 

Meadowside 6 (2) 

E c Meadowside, from top of Barrack 

street to Victoria road 6 (2) 

E c Meal's close, 167 Overgate 6 (1) 
F d Melbourne pi., 49-55 Dens rd. 5 (3) 
G d Melrose terrace, Court street 5 (3) 
G c Melville lane, Ferry road to East 

Dock street 1 (3) 

B c Melville ter., Westparkroad 9 (1) 
E e Mercantile bldgs., 46-56 Bell st. 6 
C e Methven street, Lochee, off High 

street 3 

E b Mid Kirk style, from Tally street 

to South Lindsay street (2) 

F d Mid road, 29b Strathmartine road 

to Mains road 12 (2) 

E c Mid street,49 Constitution rd.6 (2) 
C e Mid street, South, Lochee, 28 Bank 

street 3 (4) 

D b Mid wynd, 77 Perth road to 

Hawkhill 9 (1) 

F b Middle street, 69 Princes street 

to 66 Blackscroft 1 (3) 

Ma Mill street, Broughty Ferry, River 

to King street 11 (B) 

C eMillar'slane,Lochee,Southrd. 3(4) 
E c Miller's pend, 17 Brook street 8 (1) 
D b Miller's wynd, 51 Perth road to 

208 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

E b Miln's bldgs., 136 Nethergate 2 (1) 
E c Miln street, from Brown street to 

"West Henderson's wynd 8(1) 
D c Milnbank road, W. end Brook 

street to City road 8 (1, 4) 

H d Milner street, Clepington road to 

Nairn street 5 (3, A) 

D c Milne's East wynd, 171 Brook 

street to Douglas street 8 (t) 
D c Milne's West wynd, 183 Brook 

street to Douglas street 8 (1) 
E d Milton street, Byron street to 

Strathmore avenue 7, 12 (2) 

1 c Milton of Craigie road, Arbroath 

road to North 4 (3, B) 



E d Minard crescent, Adelaide place 
to Kinghorne road 7 (2) 

G b Minto place, Richmond terrace to 
Thorns crescent 2(1) 

D c Mitchell street, 130 Lochee road 
to Benvie road 8 (4) 

G d Molison street, Mains loan to Eliza 
street 5 (3) 

E e Moncur crescent, from Dens road 
to 117 Strathmartine rd. 7, 12 (2) 

Na Monifieth road, Bro. Ferry, St 
Vincent st. to Abertay st. 11 (B) 

b Montague street, B.F., Panmure 
terrace to Strathmore st. 11 (B) 

i" c Montgomerie avenue, Arbroath 
road to East Kingsway 4 (3) 

/ c Montgomerie crescent, Arbroath 
road to Montgomerie avenue 4 (3) 

I" d Montgomerie road, East Kings- 
way to Montgomerie avenue 4 (3) 

C b Moray place, 101-103 Magdalen 
Yard road 2 (1) 

E b Morgan's buildings, 143 Nether- 
gate 2 (1) 

G c Morgan street, Arbroath road to 
Pitkerro road 4 (3) 

G d Morgan ter. , 42-54 Forfar rd. 5 (3) 

F c Morrison's court, 58 Wellgate 6 (2) 

E d Mortimer street, 91 Kinghorne 
road to Byron street 7 (2) 

D c Mountpleasant, 134 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

G d Moy villas, 38 Forfar road 5 (3) 

E f Muirfielcl crescent, Strathmartine 
road at Fairmuir to West Kings- 
way 7 (A) 

E f Muirfield place, Muirfield crescent 
to Muirfield street 7 (A) 

E f Muirfield road, Strathmartine rd. 
to West Kingsway 7 (A) 

E /Muirfield street, Muirfield cres- 
cent to Strathmartine road 7 (A) 

E f Muirfield terrace, Muirfield road 
to W. 7 (A) 

C d Muirton road, Lochee, 124 Logie 
street to Ancrum road 3 (4) 

F c Municipal buildings, City sq. 2 (2) 

L a Municipal buildings, Broughty 
Ferry, 134 Brook street 10 (B) 

H c Murray street, Mayfield place to 
Dalgleish road 1 (3) 

F c Murraygate, from E. end of High 
street to the N.E. 1, 6 (2) 

H d Nairn street, Clepington road to 
Martin street 5 (A) 

D &Nairnepl., 52-58 Seafield rd. 2(1) 

O b Navarre st., Bro. Ferry, Guthrie 
terrace to Balmossie street 11 (B) 

F d Neish street, Fairbairn street to 
Tannadice street 5 (3) 

F c Nelson street, 94 Victoria road to 
Ann street 4 (3) 

F c Nelson terrace, west side Nelson 
street 4 (3) 



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H c Nesbitt street, off Dalkeith road 

to Old Craigie road 4 (3 

F c Ness street, 9 Ellen street to 42 

William street 4 (3) 

E b Nethergate, from W. end of High 

street to Perth road 2 (1, 2) 

E f Nevill street, Strathmartine road 

to Muirfield crescent 7 (A) 

E c New Inn entry, 67 High st. 6 (2) 
M a New road, Broughty Ferry, Brook 

street to King street 11 (B) 

ilf aNewington terrace, Bro. Ferry, 

7-18 Esplanade 11 (B) 

C e Nicoll's lane, Lochee, from High 

street to Tofthill 3 (4) 

E c Nicoll street, 7 Ward road 6 (2), 
L b Nicoll street, Broughty Ferry, 

Douglas terrace to W. 10 (3) 

A c Ninewells, 388 Perth road 2 (1) 
I c Noran avenue, Arbroath road to 

Ferry road 1 (3) 

il/aNorma terrace, Bro. Ferry, 24-32 

Camphill road 11 (B) 

C b Normanview, 83 Magdalen green 2 
F c Nome's pend, 64 Hilltown 6 (2) 
Ma Norrie street, Broughty Ferry, 

Monifieth road to N. ' 11 (B) 
E d North st. , 73 Strathmartn. rd. 12 (2) 
B c Norwood crescent, from Norwood 

terrace to Blackness road 9 (1) 
B c Norwood ter., Westparkroad 9 (1) 
D b Norwood ter., 32-46 Thomson st. 2 
Mb Nursery road, Broughty Ferry, 

Forthill road to E. 11 (B) 

Ma Oakley place, Broughty Ferry, 

Queen street to N. 11 (B) 

B o Oakwood ter., Westpark road 9 (1) 
E b Ogilvie's close, 28^ High street (2) 
E d Ogilvie's road, 7 Constitution 

street 12 (2) 

K b Ogilvie road, Bro. Ferry, Dundee 

road to Grassy beach 10 (3) 

F d Ogilvie street, Dura st. to N. 5 (3) 
H d Old Craigie road, Arbroath road 

to Pitkerro road 4 (3) 

F e Old Glamis road, top of Provost 

road to N. 5, 7 (A) 

C e Old Muirton road, Lochee, 2 High 

street 3 (4) 

G b Osborne pi., 105 Magdalen gn. 2 (1) 
C b Osborne ter., 95-99 Magdalen gn. 2 
M b Osborne terrace, Bro'ty Ferry, 

25-31 Camperdown street 10 (B) 
E c Overgate, from W. end of High 

street to Westport 2, 6 (1, 2) 
B d Oxford street, Blackness road to 

Elliot road 8 (1) 

2V a Panmure place, Broughty Ferry, 

2-10 Panmure street 11 

F c Panmure street, from foot of Well- 
gate W. to the High School 6 (2) 
M a Panmure street, Broughty Feny, 

Esplanade to Camphill rd. 11 (B) 



E d Panmure terrace, N. of Dudhope 

terrace 7 (2) 

O b Panmure ter. , Bro. Ferry, Abertay 

street to Guthrie terrace 11 (B) 
E c Paradise lane, 17 Dudhope st. 6 (2) 
E c Paradise road, 20 Mid street to 

Dudhope street 6 (2) 

G d Park avenue, from Albert street 

to Baxter park 4 (3) 

E c Park lane, 15 Temple lane 2 (1) 
E 6 Park place, 145 Nethergate to 

Hawkhill 2 (1) 

F e Park place, 172 Clepington rd. 7 (2) 
G d Parkpl., L'hee, 89-91 Ancrumrd. 3 
AfaPark place, Broughty Ferry, 331 

and 335 King street 11 (B) 

E f Park road, Strathmartine road to 

Old Glamis road 7 (A) 

D c Park street, 112 Lochee road 8 (1) 
C c Park terrace, 259-271 Blackness 

road 8 (1) 

E c Park wynd, 70 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
E c Parker street, 26 Dudhope Cres- 
cent road 6 (2) 
G d Parkview ter. , 8-14 Forfar rd. S (3) 
E e Paterson street, 124 Strathmar- 
tine road 12 (2) 
D b Paton's lane, 240 Perth road to 57 

Magdalen green 2 (1) 

F c Pearl bldgs., 30 Meadowside 6 (2) 
D c Peddie street, 245 Hawkhill to 

Blackness road 9 (1) 

G e Peelst.,Lochee,16Marshallst.3(4) 
G c Peep-o'-day lane, 145 Blackscroft 

to East Dock street 1 (3) 

D b Pennycook lane, 141 Perth road 

to 288 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

C d Pentland avenue, City road to 

Scott street 8 (4) 

C e Perrie street, Lochee, South road 

to Liff road 3 (4) 

D b Perth rd., continuation of Nether- 
gate from Small's wd. to W. 2, 9 (1) 
F c Peter street, 61 Murraygate to 

70 Seagate 1 (2) 

L a Pine terrace, B.F., 15Brook st. 10 
B /Pitalpin st., Lochee, Liff road 3 (4) 
D d Pitfour street, 27 City road to 

Benvie road 8 (4) 

G d Pitkerro road, from east end of 

Dura street to E. 4, 5 (3, A) 

E f Playfair drive, Charlotte st. 7 (A) 
E f Playfair terrace, off Charlotte 

street 7 (A) 

D c Pleasance, Lower, from W. end of 

Douglas street to Lochee rd. 8(1) 
D c Pole street, 48 Polepark road 8 (4) 
D c Polepark road, a continuation of 

Brook st. to Lochee rd. 8 (1, 4) 
F c Powrie place, 23 Ann street 6 (3) 
G dPremierpl., 165-201 Albert st. 4(3) 
F c Princes street, continuation of 

King street to N.E. 1, 4 (3) 



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STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



E c Prospect place, 75 Constitution 

road 6 (2) 

M b Prospect terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

5, 7 Hill street 11 (B) 

F e Provost road, Mains road to Clep- 

ington road 5, 7 (2, 3) 

F c Prudential bdgs.,-31 Albert sq. 6 (2) 
E c Public Assistance Office, 9 West 

Bell street 6 (2) 

F c Pullar's close, 62 Murraygate 6 (2) 
F c Quarry entry, 82 Cowgate 1 (3) 
B /Quarry lane, L., 120 Liff rd. 3 (4) 
E e Quarry road, Loons road to Cold- 
side road 7 (2) 
E b Queen's Hotel buildings, 160Neth- 

ergate 2 

F c Queen st. , Seagate to Cowgate 1(3) 
Ma Queen street, B. Ferry, Claypots 

rd. to Monifieth rd. 10, 11 (3, B) 
L b Queen street, West, B.F., Clay- 
pots road to Bayfield road 10 (3) 
O c Baglan street, 41 Albert street to 

Kemback street 4 (3) 

J b Ralston road, Broughty Ferry, 

Dundee road to N. 10 (3) 

E c Ramsay's pend, 43 Brook st. 8 (1) 
M a Ramsay place, Broughty Ferry, 

AY side of St Vincent st. 11 (B) 
D c Ramsay st., 23 Polepark rd. 8 (1) 
Ma Ramsay street, Broughty Ferry, 

Boyd place to Hutton pi. 11 (B) 
N a Ramsay park, Broughty Ferry, S. 

side of Monifieth road 11 (B) 

F c Rankine's court, 79 High st. 6 (2) 
D d Rankine st., 121 Lochee rd. 3, 8(4) 
E c Rattray's entry, 78 Bell st. 6 (2) 
E c Rattray street, 13 Ward road 6 (2) 
E c Reform street, High st. to N. 6 (2) 
B /Reid'slane, L'hee, Pitalpinst. 3(4) 
E d Reid street, 8 Derby street 7 (2) 
H d Rennellroad,Pitkerrord.toS.4 (3) 
E b Rennie's close, 120 Nethergate 2 (1) 
L b Renny place, Broughty Ferry, 

11-41 Grove road 10 (3) 

Na Reresmount place, off Monifieth 

road to N. 11 (B) 

iVaReres road, Bro. Ferry, Monifieth 

road to Abertay street 11 (B) 
AfaReres terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

58-66 Monifieth road 11 

J c Rescobie avenue, Craigie avenue 

to Greendykes road 1 (3) 

ilfaRhona place, Broughty Ferry, 

395-403 Queen street 11 (B) 

G b Richmond terrace, Windsor street 

to Fort street 2 (1) 

D c Ritchie's lane, 187 Perth road 9 (1) 
D b Riverside approach. Magdalen 

Yard road to Riverside drive 2 (1) 
E b Riverside drive, from Craig pier AY. 

to Ninewells, fronting River 2 (1) 
L a Robert's lane, Broughty Ferry, 

Church lane to E. 10 (B) 



G c Robertson street, 15 Arbroath road 

to Lilybank road 1 (3) 

H c Robson street, Arbroath road 

to N. 4 (3) 

G c Rockfield crescent, Grosvenor road 

to Hyndford street 9 (1) 

C c Rockfield street, 297 Perth road to 

Rockfield crescent 9 (1) 

C c Rockfield ter., Rockfield st. 9(1) 
E e Rockwell place, Lorimer street 

to AY. 7 (2) 

H d Rodd road, Anstruther road to 

Old Craigie road 4 (3) 

E c Rollo's row, off Ireland's lane 6 (2) 
G c Roodyards road, 103 Ferry rd. 1 (3) 
E d Rose lane, 37 Rosebank road 6 (2) 
E c Rose street, 15 Arthur street 6(2) 
D b Roseangle, 130 Perth road to 

Magdalen Yard road 2(1) 

D b Roseangle terrace, 72-82 Seafield 

road 2 (1) 

E c Rosebank rd. , 26 Rosebank st. 6 (2) 
E d Rosebank street, 128 Hilltown to 

Kinghorne road 6, 7 (2) 

D c Rosebery street, off Baxter st. 8 (4) 
D c Rosefield street. 193 Blackness 

road to Milnbank road 8 (1) 

E d Rosemount terrace, Upper Con- 
stitution street to E. 7 (2) 
B e Rosewood ter., AA r estpark rd. 9(1) 
G d Roslin terrace, Court street 5 (3) 
F e Rosslyn villas, 295-301 Clepington 

road 7 (A) 

B c Roxburgh ter. , Westpark rd. 9 (1) 
F c Royal Exchange court, 39 Albert 

square 6 (2) 

F c Royal Exch. In. , 30 Meadowside (2) 
F c Royal Exchange place, Panmure 

street 6 (2) 

Na Rugby terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

Esplanade to N. 11 (B) 

F c Russell lane, 8 Victoria road 6 (2) 
E d Russell street, 58 Strathmartine 

road 12 (2) 

E c Rustic pi., 1 to 5 Dudhope st. and 

63 to 69a Constitution road 6 (2) 
M b Rustic place, Broughty Ferry, 

E. side of Seafield road 10 (B) 
D b Ryehill lane, 109 Perth road to 

262 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

F e St Andrew's street, 31 Cowgate to 

116 Seagate 1 (2, 3) 

G e St Ann street, Lochee, Marshall 

street to Balgay street 3 (4) 

E o St David's lane, 26 N. Tay st. 8 (1) 
E b St John's lane, South Tay st. 2 (1) 
B c St Johnswood ter. , Westpark rd. 9 
E h St Luke's road, Downfield, Bal- 

dovan road to E. 7 (A) 

Ma St Margaret's square, Broughty 

Ferry, 302 Brook street 11 

D c St Mary place, Dudhope terrace 

E. to Dudhope park 8 (4) 



STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



31 



D c St Mary st., 81 Lochee road 8 (4) 
D c St Mary terrace, top of St Mary 

street 8 

C e St Mary's lane, Lochee, 43 High 

street to Burnside street 3 (4) 
E h St Mary's road, Downfield, Cox 

street to W. 7 (A) 

G c St Matthew street, 68 Ferry road 

N. to Watson street 1 (3) 

D b St Peter street, 121 Perth road to 

270£ Hawkhill 9 (1) 

H c St Ronan's avenue, "Waverley 

terrace to Kenilworth ave. 1 (3) 
F c St Roque's lane, 210 Seagate to 

King street 1 (3) 

L b St Roque's place, Broughty Ferry, 

S. side of Dundee road 10 (3) 
F d St Salvador street, Church street 

to E. 12 (3) 

Ma St Vincent pi. , Bio. Ferry, corner 

of St Vincent st. & Long lane 11 
M a St Vincent st. , Bro. Ferry, Beach 

crescent to Monifieth rd. 11 (B) 
E c Salem st., 59 Constitution rd. 6 (2) 
G c Salisbury pi. 87-93 Arbroath rd. 1(3) 
Ma Salisbury place, Broughty Ferry, 

61-69 Castle street 11 

F d Sandeman place, Sandeman street 

to N. 5 (3) 

F d Sandeman street, Arklay street to 

Provost road 5 (3) 

E f School drive, Downfield, School 

road to S. 7 (A) 

E f School road, Downfield, Strath- 

martine road to W. 7 (A) 

B c Scotswood ter., Westpark rd. 9(1) 
G d Scott street, 38 City road to Balgay 

approach 8 (1, 4) 

E b Sea close, 63 Yeaman shore 2 (1) 
E b Sea wynd, 128 Nethergate 2 (1) 
N a Seabourne avenue, Bro. Ferry, 

Monifieth road to S. 11 (B) 

D b Seafield lane, 214 a Perth road 2(1) 
D b Seafield road, 210 Perth road to 

39 Magdalen Yard road 2 (1) 
M b Seafield road, Bro. Ferry, Camper- 
down street to Balgillo rd. 10(B) 
M b Seafield terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

37 Seafield road to W. 10 (B) 
F c Seagate, from High street to St 

Roque's lane 1 (2, 3) 

Ma Sea view place, B.F., corner of 

Brook st. and Esplanade 11 (B) 
M a Seaward place, Broughty Ferry, 

3-6 Esplanade 11 (B) 

E c Session street, 11 Brook street to 

Guthrie street 8 (1) 

C c Seymour avenue, Shaftesbury rd. 

to Blackness avenue 9 (1) 

C c Seymour street, 233 Perth road to 

Blackness road 9 (1) 

C c Shaftesbury road, north of and 

parallel to Clarendon terrace 9 (1) 



C c Shaftesbury terrace, Shaftesbury 
road to Blackness avenue 9 (1) 

G d Shamrock street, Madeira street 
to Mains loan 5 (3) 

G d Shandon place, 205-215 Albert st. 
4(3) 

G e Sharp's lane, Lochee, South road 
3(4) 

C b Shepherd's loan, 324 Perth road 
to 99 Magdalen green 2 (1) 

F c Shepherd's sq., 46 Hilltown 6 (2) 

E f Sherbrook st., Downfield, Strath - 
martine road to E. 7 (A) 

M a Shiell street, Broughty Ferry, Es- 
planade to Abertay street 11 (B) 

F b Shore terrace, foot of Castle street 
to Crichton street 2 (2) 

F d Sibbald street, Dens road to Fair- 
bairn street 5 (3) 

C « Sinclair street, Lochee, 176 High 
street 3 (4) 

E b Small's lane. 38 Small's wynd 2(1) 

E b Small's wynd, 1 Perth road to 54 
Hawkhill 2. 9 (1) 

E c Smellie's lane, from Henderson's 
W. wynd to 84 Lochee road 8 (1) 

E e Smith street, 345 Clepington road 
to N. '7 (A) 

E d Smithfield.dist. top of Hilltown(2) 

E c Soapwork lane, Irvine's square to 
6 Victoria road 6 (2) 

Ed Somerville place, top Constitution 
road 6, 7 (2) 

E d Somerville place, East, off Upper 
Constitution street 7 (2) 

E d Somerville place, North, off Upper 
Constitution street 7 (2) 

E d Somerville place, West, off Upper 
Constitution street 7 (2) 

E e Soutar street, Clepington road to 
Lintrathen street 7 (A) 

B e South road, Lochee, Bank street 
to W. 3 (4) 

G c Speed street, Hyndford street to 
Seymour street 9 (1) 

D c Speed's terrace, Tait's lane 9 (1) 

D 6 Speedwell pi., 260-272 Perth rd. 2 

D b Springfield, 27 Perth road 9 (1) 

G c Springhill, 180 Ferry road to Ar- 
broath road 1 (3) 

D d Stanley buildings, Lochee, 42 Cob- 
den street 3 (4) 

D b Stanley place, 17 Step row 2 (1 ) 

M b Stanley road, Bro. Ferry, Seafield 
road to E. 10 (B) 

/ 6 Stannergate road, continuation of 
East Camperdown st. to E. 1 (3) 

G e Station lane, Lochee, 37 South 
road 3 (4) 

D b Step row, 258 Perth road to 61 
Magdalen green 2 (1) 

C e Stevenson street, Lochee, 3 Liff 
road 3 (4) 



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STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &o. 



B /Stewart's lane, Locliee, 128 Liff 
road 3 (4) 

C e Stewart street, Lochee, Lome 
street to Liff road 3 (4) 

Mb Stewart street, Bro. Ferry, 11 Fort- 
hill road to Cedar road 10 (B) 

a Stewart terrace, Broughty Ferry, 
46-56 Dalhousie road 11 

E d Stirling avenue, Macaulay street 
to Kinghorne road 7 (3) 

E d Stirling street, 238 Hilltown to 
Carmichael street 12 (2) 

E d Stirling terrace, Carmichael street 
to Upper Constitution st. 7 (2) 

H d Stobsmuir road, Pitkerro road to 
Clepington road 5 (3) 

G d Stobswell road, 30 Dura street to 
Dundonald street 5 (3) 

K b Strathern road, Broughty Ferry, 
from E. of Victoria road to 
Craigie avenue 10 (3) 

E e Strathmartine road, from top of 
Hilltown to Downfield 7, 12 (2, A) 

E e Strathmore avenue, Strathmar- 
tine rd. to Alpin rd. 3, 7, 12 (2, 4) 

F d Strathmore street, Arklay street 
to Court street 5 (3) 

Nb Strathmore st., Bro. Ferry, Camp- 
field rd. to Balmossie st. 11 (B) 

G d Strathview terrace, 31 Forfar 
road 5 (A) 

C b Strawberrybank, 342 Perth road 
to 107 Magdalen green 2 (1) 

J c Strips of Craigie road, 322 Ferry 
road to N. 1 (3) 

F d Sturrock terrace, 4 to 8 Elizabeth 
street 12 (3) 

F c Sugarhouse wynd, 53 Cowgate to 
134 Seagate 1 (3) 

E g Sunnybrae terrace, 420 Strath- 
martine road to W. 7 

C d Sycamore place, Balgay road to 
Scott street 8 (4) 

E h Symers street, Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to ¥, 7 (A) 

D c Tait's lane, 269 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

E b Tally street, 54 Overgate to 
Nethergate 2 (2) 

F d Tannadice street, Sandeman street 
to Court stieet 5 (3) 

E b Tay square, 12 S. Tay street 2 (1) 

Ma Tay square, Broughty Ferry, 99 
Long lane 11 (B) 

E c Tay street, North, 249 Overgate 
to Lochee road 6, 8 (1) 

E b Tay street, South, 113 Nethergate 
to 242 Overgate 2 (1) 

E 6 Tay Street lane, 105a Nether- 
gate 2 (1) 

D b Tay terrace, 50 to 60 Rose- 
angle 2 (1) 

AfaTay terrace, Broughty Ferry, 
41-55 Panmure street 11 (B) 



D b Taylor's lane, 300 Perth road to 

73 Magdalen green 2 (1) 

C e Taylor street, Lochee, from Liff 

road to Lome street 3 (4) 

Ma Tay mouth place, Broughty Ferry, 

Monifieth road to S. 11 (B) 

Ala Taymouth terrace, Bro'ty Ferry, 

26-32 Monifieth road 11 

Ma Taypark place, Bro. Ferry, corner 

of Gray street and Long lane 11 
E c Temple lane, 30 Westport 2 (1) 
E c Temple place, 18 Westport 2 (1) 
F d Thistle st., 27 Mains rd. to E. 12 (3) 
D b Thomson street, 228 Perth road 

to 55 Magdalen green 2 (1) 

C c Thorn place, 219-257 Blackness 

road 8 (1) 

G c Thornbank street. 113 Arbroath 

road to S. 1 (3) 

G c Thornbank terrace, 196 Broughty 

Ferry road to N. 1 (3) 

G d Thornley terrace, Madeira st. 5 (3) 
E b Thorter row, 36 Overgate 2 (2) 
F c Todburn lane, from William lane 

to Dens brae 4 (3) 

C e Tofthill, Lochee, Bright st. 3 (4) 
F c Trades lane, from St Andrew's st. 

to Dock street 1 (2, 3) 

M b Traill street, Bro. Ferry, 42 Sea- 
field rd. to 13 Forthill rd. 10 (B) 
D d Tullideph place, off City rd. 3 (4) 
D d Tullideph road, 200 Lochee road 

to Ancrum road 3, 8 (4) 

Dd Tullideph street, off Tullideph 

road, Lochee 3 (4) 

E c Tulloch crescent, from top of 

Dallfield wk. to Rosebank st. 6 (2) 
G t Unionbank, L., Tofthill to N. 3 (4) 
F c Union Bank buildings, 2-6 Pan- 
mure street 6 (2) 
E b Union court, 6 Thorter row 2 (2) 
D b Union place, 274 Perth road 2 (1) 
M a Union place, Bro. Ferry, 494, 500, 

and 502 Brook street 11 (B) 

E b Union street and S. Union street, 

42 Nethergate toCraig pier 2(1, 2) 
Ma Union st., Bro. Ferry, 186 Brook 

street to 163 King street 11 (B) 
E c Union terrace, E. side Con- 
stitution road 6 (2) 
D c Ure street, 181 Hawkhill to 136 

Blackness road 9 (1) 

D c Urquhart street, from 172 Brook 

street to Blackness road 8 (1) 
F c Victoria chambers, 10-14 Victoria 

road 6 

F c Victoria crescent, Lamb's lane 4 (3) 
L b Victoria place, Broughty Ferry, 

2-16 Queen street 10 

F c Victoria road, Bell street to Dens 

road 4, 6 (2, 3) 

L b Victoria road, Bro. Ferry, Dundee 

road to Claypots road 10 (3) 



STREETS, SQUARES, 

E b Victoria sq., 43 Nethergate 2 (1) 

F c Victoria street, top Princes street 

to Victoria road 4 (3) 

a Victoria terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

19-23 Dalhousie road 11 (B) 

F d Viewbank terrace, 259 to 269 

Clepington road 5 (A) 

D c Viewforth place, 1 to 3 Blackness 

avenue 9 (1) 

Ma Viewforth pi., B.F., 5 Gray st. 11 
M a Walker street, Broughty Ferry, 

Brook street to N. 11 (B) 

G c Wallace street, 141 Princes street 

to Blackscroft 1 (3) 

G d Walrond street, Forfar road to 

Chalmers street 5 (3) 

D c Walton st., 172 Brook st.to W.8 (1) 
E c Ward road, from foot of Consti- 
tution road to North Tay st. 6 (2) 
E c Ward road, South, top of Bar- 
rack street to N. Tay st. 6 (1, 2) 
I) c Watson's lane, 133 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
G c Watson street, Lilybank road to 

Springhill 1 (3) 

D c Watt street, 190 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
H c Waverley terrace, Dalkeith road 

to Kenilworth avenue 1 (3) 

E e Wedderburn place, 129 Strath- 

martine road to Caird aven. 7 (2) 
E e Wedderburn street, 153 Strath- 

martine road to Caird aven. 7 (2) 
D c Well road, 150 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
C e Wellbank lane, Lochee, off Burn- 
side street 3 (4) 
B e Wellburn street, Lochee, South 

road to Wellgrove street 3 (4) 
F c Wellgate, from Murraygate to 

foot of Hilltown 6 (2, 3) 

B e Wellgrove st., L'hee, Gray st. 3 (4) 
F c Wellington street, 98 Victoria rd. 

to Ann street 4 (3) 

F d Wellington street, North, continu- 
ation Wellington st. to N. 12 (3) 
F b West Protection wall, from Craig 

harbour to Tide harbour 1, 2 (2) 
E e West street, 2 Milton street to 

Lorimer street 7 (5) 

D b West wynd, 95 Perth rd. to 248 

Hawkhill 9 (1) 

O a Westbarn road, Broughty Ferry, 

Dalhousie road to North 11 (B) 
D b Westfield avenue, 172 Perth 

road 2 (1) 

D b Westfield lane, 188 Perth road 

to 35 Magdalen Yard road 2 (1) 
D b Westfield place, 186 Perth road 

to 33 Magdalen Yard road 2 (1) 
L a Westfield place, Broughty Ferry, 

26-32 Westfield road 10 

L a Westfield road, Broughty Ferry, 

River to Brook street 10 (3) 

B d Westgrove ave., Perth rd. at Far- 

ingtonhall to Blackness rd. 9 (1) 

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33 



I d Westhall place, East Kingsway to 
Craighill place 4 (3) 

B c Westpark g'dens, Westpark rd. 9 
B c Westpark road, Perth road to 
Blackness road 9 (1) 

E c Westport, W. end Overgate 2,8 (1) 
E e Wetherby place, Strathmore ave. 
to Byron crescent 7 (4) 

F c AVhale lane, East, 187 Seagate to 
East Dock street 1 (3) 

F c Whale lane, West, 181 Seagate to 
East Dock street 1 (3) 

Ma Whinnybrae, B. Ferry, Monifieth 
road to 49 Camphill road 11 (B) 
E 6 Whitehall chambers, 11 White- 
hall street 2 
E b Whitehall crescent, Shore ter- 
race to Union street 2 (2) 
E b Whitehall place, Whitehall cres. 2 
E b Whitehall street, 6 Nethergate to 
Whitehall crescent 2 (2) 
F c Whitton street, King's road 4 (3) 
G e Whorterbank.lHigh st.,L'hee,3(4) 
D c Wilkie's lane, 141 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
F c William lane, 64 King street 4 (3) 
F c William street, 104 Victoria road 
to Ann street 4 (3) 
F d William street, North, continua- 
tion of William street to N. 12 (3) 
E c Willison street, 46 Barrack street 
to N. Lindsay street 6 (2) 
C e Wilson st. , L'hee, 54 South rd. 3 (4) 
G b Windsor place, 107 Magdalen Yard 
road 2 (1) 
M a Windsor place, Broughty Ferry, 
301-309 King street ' 11 
C b Windsor street, from W. end of 
Magdalen green to Perth rd. 2 (1) 
C c Windsor ter.,239-257Perthrd. 9(1) 
L a Windsor ter. , B. F. , 39 Brook st. 10 
E d Wishart street. Upper Constitu- 
tion street to Klnghorne rd. 7 (2) 
Fd Wolseley street, Dundonald street 
to N. 5 (3) 
H c Woodburne st., between Dalgleish 
road and East Haddon road 1 (3) 
G e Woodlands terrace, Graham street 
to Woodside avenue 5 (3) 
G e Woodside avenue, Kingsway to 
Woodside terrace 5 (3) 
G e Woodside terrace, Graham street 
to Woodside avenue 5 (3) 
F eWoodthorpe buildings, 317-321 
Clepington road 7 (A) 
G d Woodville place, Forfar road to 
Mains loan 5 (3) 
G d Wortley place, Pitkerro road to 
Dalkeith road 4 (3) 
C eYeaman'salley, L'hee, Lome st.3(4) 
G e Yeaman'sln., L'hee, South rd. 3 (4) 
E b Yeaman shore, foot Union st. 2 (1) 
iVaYewbank avenue, Bro. Ferry, 
86 Monifieth road to S. 11 (B) 



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PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 

For Churches see Ecclesiastical Lists. Halls following this List. 

Albert Hall and Albert Institute Buildings, Albert square, top of Reform street 

Allotment Gardens, under Dundee Town Council (see page 47) 

Ancrum Road Public School, Ancrum road, Lochee 

Ann Street Public School, 54 Cotton road and 163 Ann street 

Armitstead Convalescent Home for Infants and Young Children, 94 Moni- 

fieth road, Broughty Ferry 
Army Recruiting Office, 65 Trades lane 
Art Galleries, Albeit Institute, Albert square ; James Guthrie Orchar Art 

Gallery, 31 Beach crescent, Broughty Ferry 
Art, College of — Dundee Technical College, Bell street 
Arthurstone Branch Library and Reading Rooms, Arthurstone terrace 
Ashludie Sanatorium, Monifieth 

Automobile Association and Motor Union Clubroom, 12 Victoria chambers 
Baby Clinics, 1 Nelson street, 50 Caldrum street (at Public Baths), 33 Isles' 
lane, 99 Broughty Ferry road ; St Margaret's School, Ancrum road, 
Lochee ; 134 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Baldovan Institution for Imbecile Children, Baldovan 
Balgay School for Girls, 309 Blackness road 
Balgowan Boys' School, Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Bank of Scotland, 34 Reform street. Branch offices, 2 Albert street 

and 61 Dock street. (See Adv.) 
Baths (Public), "West Protection "Wall at Harbour. District Baths — 
Guthrie street; Caldrum street; Constable street; Miller's wynd; and 
45 High street, Lochee. (See Adv. ) 
Bathing Pond (Open Air), at Riverside drive, near Magdalen Green Station 
Belmont Castle Eventide Home, Meigle (Church of Scotland). 

(See Adv.) 
Black Watch War Memorial Home, Dunalistair, 21 Hill street, Broughty 

Ferry 
Blackness Branch Library and Reading Rooms, 225 Perth road 
Blackness Public School, 161 and 163 Blackness road 

Blackscrof t Branch Library and Reading Rooms, Blackscrof t and Foundry lane 
Blind, Royal Dundee Institution for the, 59 Magdalen green ; Dalgleish 

Hostel, 43 Paton's lane 
Blind, Dundee Mission to the Outdoor — Caird Rest, 172 Nethergate 
Bowling Greens (Public), in Baxter Park, Dudhope Park, Fairmuir, Lochee 
Park, Magdalen Green, Victoria Park ; and at Orchar Park, Broughty 
Ferry. Private Bowling Greens (see page 120) 
Boys' (Working) Home, 3 "West Bell street 

British Linen Bank, 35 Murraygate, 40 Nethergate, and 39 "Westport 
Broughty Ferry Branch Library and Reading Room, Queen street, Broughty 

Ferry 
Butterburn Public School, 95 Strathmartine road 
Caird Hall (and Lesser Halls), City square. (See Adv.) 
Caird Home for Queen's Nurses, 41 Roseangle 
Caird Rest, 172 Nethergate 
Catholic Herald Office, 82 Bell street 
Cattle Market, East Dock street 
Cemeteries and Parks (see page 46) 

Central-Heating Stations. Logie avenue and Stirling avenue 
Chamber of Commerce, Royal Exchange, Panmure street ; office, 3 Bank st. 
Charity Organisation Society — Office, 7 West Bell street 
Children's Holiday Home (Dundee Social Union), Marfield, Blairgowrie 
Children's Home (Public Assistance Department), Duncarse, 381 Perth road 
Children's Home, Comerton, Fife 
Children's Hospital, The Lodge, Broughty Ferry 
Children's, Invalid, Holiday Home, Auchterhouse 
Children's Shelter, 1 Laurelbank 



PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, 4c. 35 

Cholera and Smallpox Hospital, Kingscross, West Clepington road 

Cinema Houses and Theatres (see Trades and Professions section) 

City Analyst's Office, 140 Perth road 

City Arcade and Market, Shore terrace ; Craig Street Market, Craig street 

City Assessor's Office, 8 City square 

City Chamberlain and Registrar of Loans Office, 1 Shore terrace 

City Chambers, 21 City square 

City Collector's Office, 6 and 7 City square ; 2 Marshall street, Lochee ; 134 

Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
City Engineer's Office, 21 City square ; yard and stores, 1 Miln street 
City Factor's Office, Caird Hall buildings, 22 Crichton street 
Clepington Public School, top of Melrose terrace 
Clydesdale Bank, Ltd., east end of High street and 21 Victoria'road. 

(See Adv.) 
Coldside Branch Library and Beading Booms, 150 Strathmartine road 
Commerce, School of, 17 Bell street 
Commercial Bank, 85 Commercial street. Branch offices — 310 PerthTroad, 

165 Albert street, 325 Hilltown ; 175 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 
Conservative Association Club Rooms, 80 Rosebank street 
Consumptives, Municipal Sanatorium for, Ashludie, Monifieth 
Consumptives, Sidlaw Sanatorium for, Auchterhouse 
Convalescent Home, Barnhill, Broughty Ferry 
Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Lawside, Gardner street 
Cosmopolitan Club, 7 Ward road 
County Police Office, Johnston street 
Courier and Advertiser Office, 7 to 25 Bank street 
Courthouse Buildings, West Bell street 
Cowgate Public School, 56 Cowgate 

Cripple and Invalid Children's School, West Kingsway, Downfield 
Curling Ponds— Dundee, 25a Forfar road ; Baldovan ; Broughty, Camphill 

road ; Camperdown ; Pitkerro 
Curr Night Refuge, 5 West Bell street 

Customs and Excise, Customhouse, Dock street, and 5 Cowgate 
Day Nurseries, 1 Fleuchar street, 33 Lilybank road, 26 North George street, 

Watson's lane ; and 15 Flight's lane, Lochee 
Deaf and Dumb, Mission to the Adult, Dudhope Park 
Deaf and Dumb, Institution for the Education of the, 165 Lochee road 
Deaf and Dumb, Oral School for the, Dudhope terrace 
Dens Park Football Ground, Sandeman street 
Dens Road Public School, Dens road and North Isla street 
Dental Hospital, 2 Park place 

Dispensary, Municipal, for Tuberculosis, 55 Constitution road 
Downfield Public School, School road, Downfield 
Drill Hall, Bell street; Douglas Street Drill Hall, corner of Douglas 

street and Brown street; No. 2 Highland Field Co. B.E. J s Drill Hall, 

Strathmore avenue; Broughty Castle, Beach crescent, B.F. 
Dudhope Castle, Park, Gymnasium, and Museum of Mechanics, Engineering, 

Physiography, Industries, and Archaeology, Barrack road 
Dudhope Public School, St Mary place, St Mary street 
Dundee, Perth, and London Shipping' Co., Ltd., 26 East Dock 

street. (See Adv.) 
East House (Public Assistance Department), 1 Molison street ; Children's 

Home, Duncarse, 381 Perth road 
Eastern Club, 3 Albert square 

Eastern Public School, Whinnybrae, Broughty Ferry 
Economics and Commerce, School of, 17 Bell street 
Education Offices, 14 City square 
Electrical Central Station, Dudhope Crescent road. Sub-Stations — Carolina 

port, Derby st., Docks, Neish st., Walton st. ; Whorterbank, Lochee; 

Downfield ; Craigie, Arbroath road ; Gillburn road, Downfield ; Brook 

street, Broughty Ferry. Showrooms, 95 Commercial street 
Employment Exchange, 54 Dock street and 9 Gellatly street; Women, 1 

Guthrie street 



36 PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 

Evening Telegraph and Post office, Albert square 

Ex-Service Men's Welfare Clubs, 30 Roseangle ; and 99 Fort street, B. Ferry 

Eye Institution, 138 Nethergate 

Factory Inspector's Office, 29 Bank street 

Fairmuir Special School for Defective Children, West Kingsway, Downfield 

Female Rescue Home, 18 Cobden street, Lochee 

Fire Stations — Central, West Bell street ; Northern, 296 Strathmore avenue ; 

Eastern, Brown street, Broughty Ferry 
Fish Market, Carolina port, East Camperdown street 
Foot Clinic and College of Chiropody, 164 Nethergate 
Football Grounds (Private) — Dens Park, Sandeman street ; Tannadice Parle, 

Tannadice street ; Glenesk Park, off Loons road ; East End Park, Old 

Craigie road ; Craigie Park, Old Craigie road ; North End Park, Fairmuir 

street ; Gussie Park, Tannadice street 
Forthill Cricket Ground, Fintry place, Forthill road, Broughty Ferry 
Forthill Recreation Park, Forthill road, Broughty Ferry 
Games Club Ground, Fintry place, Forthill road, Broughty Ferry 
Gardens, Working Men's (see page 47) 
Gas Department Office, 6 and 7 City square ; Branch Office, 44 Bell street ; 

Works, East Dock street ; Gas Appliance Showrooms, 89 Commercial st. ; 

Broughty Ferry Collector's Office, 134 Brook street, Broughty Ferry ; 

Broughty Ferry Showrooms and Complaints Office, 444 Brook street, 

B.F. ; Lochee Collector's Office, 2 Marshall street, Lochee ; Works, East 

Dock street 
Girl Guides' Headquarters, 23 Roseangle 

Girls' Hostel (Church of Scotland), 16 Constitution terrace. (See Adv.) 
Girls' School, Balgay, 309 Blackness road ; and Kilchoan, Blackness road 
Glebe Lands Public School, Lilybank road 
Golf Courses (Public) — Caird Park, off Forfar road, and Barnhill Links, Bro. 

Ferry. Putting Greens at Stobsmuir, Victoria Park ; and at Esplanade, 

Broughty Ferry 
Gpay's Assembly Rooms, 22 Perth road. (See Adv.) 
Grove Academy, Church street, Broughty Ferry ; Recreation Ground, Forthill 

road, Broughty Ferry 
Gymnasium, Public, 14 Ward road 
Gymnasium, Y.M.C.A. , 10 Constitution road 

Harbour Clerk's and Engineer's Offices, Customhouse buildings, Dock street 
Harbour Police Office, east side Customhouse 

Harris Academy, 468 Perth road ; Recreation Grounds, Elliot road 
Hawkhill Public School, 245 and 280 HawkhiU 
Health Institute, 55 Constitution road 

Health, Scottish Department of (Insurance Section), 29 Bank street 
High School, top of Reform street ; High School for Girls, Euclid crescent ; 

High School Recreation Grounds, Arbroath road 
Hill Street Public School, at junction of Hill street with Strathmartine road 
Home of Rest for Aged and Infirm in Broughty Ferry, 277 King street, B.F. 
Hostels (see Trades and Professions section) 
Hotels (see Trades and Professions section) 
Income Tax Assessor's Office, 32 Bank street 
Incurables, Home for, 12 King street 

Infant Hospital, The Lodge, 133 Queen street, Broughty Ferry 
Infant Welfare Centre, 1 Nelson street 
Infirmary, Royal, Barrack road 
Inland Revenue, Collector's Office, 31 Bank street 
Inland Revenue Offices, 5 City square 
Inland Revenue, Valuation Department, 5 Cowgate 
Insurance, National Health— Inspector's Office, 29 Bank street ; Clerk's Office, 

93 Commercial street. Unemployment Insurance Office, 52 Dock Street 
Invalid Children's Holiday Home, Auchterhouse 

Invalid and Cripple Children's Aid Association ; Club premises, 31 Murraygate 
Invalid and Cripple Children's School, West Kingsway, Downfield 
Justices of the Peace Clerk's Office, 46 Reform street 
Kidd's Rooms, 6 South Lindsay street. (See Adv.) 



PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, 4c. 37 

Kingscross Hospital, West Clepington road 

Labour Club, 48 Wellgate 

Labour Exchange (see Employment Exchange) 

Labour Home fop Men (Church of Scotland), 24 Milnbankrd. (See Adv.) 

Lads' (Working-) Home (Church of Scotland), 2 Ellen street. (See Adv.) 

Lands Valuation and Registration of Voters Office, 8 City square 

Lawn Tennis Courts (Public) in Victoria Park, Baxter Park, Magdalen Green, 
Dudhope Park, Lochee Park, Caird Park, Fairmuir road ; and at Espla- 
nade, Broughty Ferry. Private Courts (see page 119) 

Lawside Convent, Gardner street 

Liberal Association Club Rooms, 51 Reform street ; 69 Gray street, Broughty 
Ferry 

Library, Public, and Reading Room, Albert Institute, Albert square. Branches 
— Arthurstone, Arthurstone terrace ; Blackness, 225 Perth road; Coldside, 
150 Strathmartine road ; Lochee, High street, L. ; St Roque's, Blacks- 
croft ; Broughty Ferry, Queen street ; Central Reading Rooms, corner 
of Ward road and Barrack street 

Lifeboat House, Fisher street, Broughty Ferry 

Liff Road Public School, 1 Liff road, Lochee 

Literary Association, Lochee, Reading Rooms, 133 High street, L. 

Lloyd's Surveyor's Office, 26 East Dock street 

Locarno Ballroom, 36 Lochee road 

Logie Central School, 209 Blackness road 

Lord Roberts Memorial Workshops, 65 Meadowside 

Markets and Slaughterhouses, East Dock street 

Maryfield Hospital, 26 Mains loan 

Masonic Institute and Club, 31 South Tay street 

Maternity Hospital, Royal Infirmary grounds, Barrack road 

Maternity Service and Child Welfare Centres (see Baby Clinics) 

Medical Officer of Health's Office, 9 West Bell street 

Mills Observatory, Balgay Park 

Mitchell Street Public School, Mitchell street 

Morgan Academy, top of Albert street ; Recreation Grounds, Forfar road 

Motor Taxation Office, 6 and 7 City square 

Museum, Albert Institute buildings, Albert square ; Museum of Mechanics, 
Engineering, Industries, and Archaeology, Dudhope Castle 

National Bank of Scotland, 71 Reform street. Branches — 115 Hilltown, 
16 Cowgate, and 12 Strathmartine road 

National Health Insurance Inspector's Office, 29 Bank street ; Local Clerk's 
Office, 93 Commercial street ; Unemployment Fund Office, 52 Dock 
street 

Navy Recruiting Office, 20 Barrack street 

New Palais de Danse, 31 South Tay street. (See Adv.) 

North of Scotland Bank, Ltd., High street. Branches — 3 Meadowside ; 93 
High street, Lochee; Gray street, Broughty Ferry 

Nurses' Home (Sick Poor Nursing Society), 41 Roseangle ; Training School, 
5 Dudhope terrace 

Nursery School, Watson's lane; Social Union School, 34 Carnegie street 
(see also Day Nurseries) 

Nursing Homes (see Trades and Professions section) 

Old Age Pension Office, Customhouse, Dock street 

Orchar Art Gallery, 31 Beach crescent, Broughty Ferry 

Orphan Institution, 133 Ferry road 

Palais de Danse, West End, 8 Well road. (See Adv.) 

Parks, Public (see page 46) 

Police Boxes (see page 42) 

Police Office, Central, West Bell street. District stations — Dock street ; and 
Brook street, Broughty Ferry. County Police Office at Johnston street, 
off North Lindsay street 

Post Office, Meadowside; Sub-Offices (see page 161) ; Pillar and Wall Boxes 
(see pages 164, 165) 

Proclamation of Banns Office, 7 Ward road 

Procurator-Fiscal's Office, Courthouse buildings, West Bell street 



38 PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 

Public Assistance Office, 9 West Bell street 

Public Health Institute, 55 Constitution road 

Public Health Office, 9 West Bell street 

Quantity Surveyor's Office, 21 City square 

Railway Stations — London, Midland, & Scottish — South Union street and at 
Magdalen green; Lochee Station, Old Muirton road, Lochee ; Baldovan 
Station, Strathmartine road, Downfield. Fairmuir and Maryfield Goods 
Stations — Clepington road. Dundee and Arbroath— East Dock street, 
and at West Ferry, Broughty Ferry, and Barnhill. London and North 
Eastern — South Union street, and at Esplanade (west end) 

Reading Room and Public Library (see Library) 

Recreation Grounds (see also Parks, Public) — Harris Academy, Elliot road ; 
High School, Arbroath road ; Morgan Academy, Forfar road ; University 
College, Kingsway at Charlotte street ; Training College, Arbroath road ; 
M.S.W., Graham street; Y.M.C.A., KingBway, Downfield; Grove 
Academy, Forthill road, Broughty Ferry 

Recruiting Offices, 65 Trades lane and 20 Barrack street 

Registrars of Births, Deaths, and Marriages (see page 48) 

Rescue Home and Laundry, 18 Cobden street, Lochee. (See Adv.) 

Road Surveyor's Office (County), Longhaugh house, Pitkerro road 

Rockwell Primary and Rockwell Central Schools, Lawton road 

Rosebank Public School, Tulloch crescent 

Royal Bank of Scotland, 3 High street. Branch offices — 51 Murraygate, 
36 Westport, 22 King street, 9 Strathmartine road, 260 Perth road, 138 
Albert street ; 122 High street, Lochee ; 288 Brook street, Broughty 
Ferry. (See Adv.) 

Royal Dundee Institution for the Blind, 59 Magdalen green 

Royal Exchange, Panmure street 

Royal Infipmapy, Barrack road. (See Adv.) 

Royal Lunatic Asylum, Westgreen, Liff 

Royal Scots Association Rooms, 71 High street 

Royal Victoria Hospital, Balgay, off Blackness road 

Sailors' Home, 62 Dock street 

Sailors' Reading-room, east side of Customhouse 

St Andrew's R.C. Schools — Boys, 38 South Tay street and 15 Brown street ; 
Girls, 174 Overgate 

St Francis Friary, Tullideph road 

St John's Central R.C. School, Park place 

St Joseph's Convent, Gardner street 

St Joseph's R.C. Schools — Boys, 2 Larch street ; Girls, Bellfield street 

St Margaret's House of Mercy and Convent, Gardner street 

St Margaret's School, Ancrum road, Lochee 

St Martin's Episcopal School, Marryat street 

St Mary's Rest, 113, 115 Ferry road 

St Mary's Roman Catholic Schools — Boys, 32 Forebank road ; Girls, Powrie pi. 

St Mary's Roman Catholic Schools — Gibb s lane, Lochee 

St Mary's Sisterhood, 10 King street 

St Patrick's Roman Catholic School, 59 Lilybank road 

SS. Peter and Paul R.C. School, Byron street 

St Ronan's Episcopal Church Home, Dalkeith road 

St Roque's Branch Library and Reading Rooms, 1 Blackscroft 

St Vincent's Children's Refuge, 26 Roseangle 

Salvation Army Halls— 98 Victoria road, North Lindsay street, Constitution 
street ; 110 Brown street, Broughty Ferry ; Marshall street, Lochee ; 
Working Women's Hostel and Industrial Home, Courthouse square; 
Slum Post, 219 Overgate ; Cidhmore Eventide Home and Home for 
Mothers and Infants, 488 Perth road ; Clement Park Maternity Hospital 
and Children's Home, Harefield road, Lochee 

Sanatoria for Consumptives, Auchterhouse, and Ashludie, Monifieth 

Sanitary Inspector's Office, Courthouse square and West Bell street 

Savings Bank, 2 Euclid street. Branch Offices— 1 Stirling street, 146 
Princes street, 181 Hawkhill, 271 Clepington road ; 84 Fort street, Bro'ty 
Ferry ; 55 High street, Lochee ; 13 Castle street, Tayport. (See Adv.) 



PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 39 

Scotland, Department of Health for, 29 Bank street 

Scottish Naval and Military Veterans' Residence, 3 Victoria road, West Ferry 

Sculpture Galleries, corner of Ward road and Barrack street 

Seafield House Preparatory School, Clay pots road, Broughty Ferry 

Seaforth Highlanders' Association Clubroom, 6 Park place 

Sheriff Clerk's Office, Courthouse buildings, West Bell street 

Shipping Federation Office, 33 Dock street 

Shipping Porters' Offices — Harbour Porters, west side Victoria dock; Ham- 
burg and Liverpool Porters, north side Victoria lockway 

Shore Dues Office, Customhouse buildings, Dock street 

Sick Poor Nursing Society — Caird Home for Queen's Nurses, 41 Roseangle 

Sidlaw Sanatorium, Auchterhouse 

Skating Ponds at Stobsmuir, Pitkerro road ; Victoria Park ; and at Claypots, 
Broughty Ferry 

Slaughterhouses, East Dock street 

Smallpox and Cholera Hospital, Kingscross, West Clepington road 

Stamps and Taxes — Assessor and Surveyor's Offices, 5 City square 

Stobswell Public School, Eliza street 

Stock Exchange, 1 Royal Exchange place 

Tannadice Park, Tannadice street 

Tay Ferries Office and Station, Craig pier, South Union street 

Tay Street Public School, 46 South Tay street 

Teachers' Training College, Park place ; Mayfield Hostel and Gardens, 206 
Broughty Ferry road 

Technical College and College of Art, Bell street 

Telegraph Offices (see Post Offices) 

Telephone Exchanges and Call Offices (see page 160) 

Territorial Force Association Office, 57 Meadowside 

Theatres and Picture Houses (see Trades and Professions section) 

Town Clerk's Office, 21 City square 

Transport Office, 1 Lochee road. (See Adv. ) 

Tuberculosis, Municipal Dispensary for, 55 Constitution road 

Unemployment Insurance — see National Health Insurance 

Union Bank, 2 Panmure street. Branch office, 113 Nethergate 

Unionist Association — Offices, 25 Albert square ; Northern District, 80 Rose- 
bank street. Broughty Ferry Unionist Club Rooms, Queen street, B.F. 

University College, 149 Nethergate and 1 to 9 Perth road ; Hostel for Women 
Students, 1 Airlie place ; Recreation Grounds, Charlotte street, Kingsway 

Valuation Department, Inland Revenue, 5 Cowgate 

Victoria Art Galleries, Albert square 

Victoria Hospital, Royal, Balgay, off Blackness road 

Victoria Road Public School, King's road, Victoria road 

Voters' Registration Office, 8 City square 

Wallacetown Public School, Crescent street 

Washhouses, Public — Bleaching Green, Constitution road; and in connection 
with Public Baths at Guthrie street, Caldrum street, Constable street, 
Miller's wynd, and Lochee 

Water Department — Engineer's Office, 17 City square ; Water Works Office, 
Ward road ; Broughty Ferry Collector's Office, 134 Brook street, B.F. 

Weights and Measures — Inspector's Office, Irvine's square, 44 Bell street 

Welfare Halls (see page 100) 

Wellburn Home, 120 Lifif road, Lochee 

Western Club, 1 New Inn entry, High street 

Western Public School, Dundee road, West Ferry 

Women's Hospital and Nursing Home, Elliot road, Blackness road 

Working Men's Gardens — see Gardens, Working Men's 

Y.M.C.A. Rooms, 10 Constitution road ; Recreation grounds, Kingsway, 
Downfield. Broughty Ferry Y.M.C.A., 147 Brook st., Broughty Ferry 

Y.W.C.A. Institute and Boarding-House, 33, 37, 39 South Tay street; 
Restaurant, 33 South Tay street. Broughty Ferry Y.W.C.A., 132 Brook 
street, B.F. Lochee Y.W.C.A., 35 High street. L. 



40 



PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 



HALLS— Classified in Districts. 

(Those marked * are to let for Meetiiigs, Sales, Exhibitions, JL-c.J. 
West Central District. 



* Albert Hall & Albert Institute, Albert sq. 

All Saints Mission Hall, 17 Cochrane st. 

Brown Street Mission Hall, 71 Brown st. 

♦Caird Hall, Oity square 

♦Caledonia Hall, 52 Westport 

♦Camperdo wn Masonic Hall,22 Barrack st. 

*Columba Hall, 2 Tay Street lane 

♦Drill Hall, Bell street 

Duncan's Dancing; Academy, 20 White- 
hall street 

"Fabian Halls, 16 South Union street 

*Fore8ters' Halls, 6 Nicoll street 

Gilfillan Memorial Church Hall, 24 White- 
hall prescent 

♦Gymnasium Hall, 14 Ward road 

♦Hibernians' Hall, 161 Overgate 

*I.L.P. Hall, 161 Overgate 

John Street Mission Hall, 10 John street 

♦Jute and Flax Workers' Union Hall, 69 
Nethergate 

*Kidd's Rooms, 6 South Lindsay street 

*Lindsay Street Hall, 31 North Lindsay st. 

*Locarno Ballroom, 36 Lochee road 

♦Marryat Hall, City square 

♦Masonic Temple, 31 South Tay street 



♦Operative Masonic Hall, 43 Overgate 
♦Palais De Danse, The New, 31 S. Tay st. 
♦Panmure Hall, 6 Bain square 
Queen Victoria Hall, Nethergate 
♦Rattray St. Bapt. Church Hall, Rattray st. 
R.F.A. Hall, 9 Douglas street 
St Clement's Church Hall, 25 S. Lindsay st. 
*St Cuthbert's Hall, 12 Constitution road 
*St David's Rooms, 86 Nethergate 
*St David's Church Hall, North Tay Ft. 
St Mary Magdalene's Epis. Church Hall, 

11 Blinshall street 
St Paul's Church Hall, 120 Nethergate 
St Paul's Mission Hall, 145 Overgate 
Salvation Army Hall, 17 N. Lindsay st. 
Salvation Army Slum Hall, 219 Overgate 
Sharp, John, & Sons' Welfare Hall, 68 

Lochee road 
*Tay Square Church Hall, 143 Nethergate 
Tay Square Mission Hall, 7 Artillery lane 
♦Victoria Art Galleries. Albert square 
Ward Chapel Mission Hall, 71 Brown st. 
Ward Mills Hall, 37 Nethergate 
Ward Rd. Wesleyan Church Hall, Ward rd. 
♦Y.M.C.A. Halls, 10 Constitution road 



Bast Central District. 



♦Ancient Masonic Hall, 79 High street 
♦Central Halls, 97 Seagate 
Dudhope Free Ch. Halls, 43, 47 Dudhope st. 
♦Free Breakfast Hall, Bell Street lane 
♦F. & K. Masonic Hall, 13 Meadow street 
♦Labour Hall, 48 Wellgate 
Painters' Hall, 34 Commercial street 
♦Panmure Hall, 6 Bain square 
Panmure Street Congregational Church 

Hall, Euclid crescent 
♦Progress Hall, 44 Hilltown 
Rosebank Mission Hall, 17 Rosebank rd. 



♦Royal Scots Association Rooms, 71 High 

street 
♦Scottish Temperance Alliance Hall, 68 

Murraygate 
♦St George's Church Hall, 19 Meadow st. 
♦St Mary's R.C. Hall, 85 Hilltown 
Tent Mission Hall, 11-13 Peter street 
♦Thistle Hall, 21 Peter street 
Trinity C.U. Church Hall, 72 Victoria rd. 
♦Williamson Memorial Ch. Hall, 2 Mid st. 
♦Unity Hall, 15 Hilltown 
Zion Full Gospel Hall, 13 Charles lane 



Eastern District. 



Baxter Park Church Hall, 6S Arbroath rd. 
Blackscroft Mission Hall, 102 Foundry lane 
Craigie Works Welfare Hall, 5 Raglan st. 
Maryfield Church Hall, 9 Morgan street 
♦Park Church Hall, 18 Park avenue 
♦Princes St. Cong. Ch. Halls, 157 Princes st. 



♦St John Baptist Episcopal Church Hall, 

116 Albert street 
♦St Patrick's Hall, 59 Lilybank road 
♦St Patrick's Memorial Hall, Maitland st. 
♦Wallacetown Church Hall, Crescent st. 



Western District. 



Annfield Street Mission Hall,18Annfieldst. 
Ashton Works Welfare Hall, Annfield rd. 
♦Benvie Road Hall, 31 Benvie road 
♦Bethany Hall, 2 Taylor's lane 
♦Blackness Halls, 37 Blackness road 
Chalmers Church Hall, 19 Hunter street 
Cherryfield Mission Hall, 137 Blackness rd. 
Garden Works Welfare Hall, 9 Mitchell st. 
♦Gray's Assembly Rooms, 22 Perth road 
♦Guthrie Street Hall, Guthrie street 
Holy Trinity Mission Hall, 166 Hawkhill 
♦Larch Street Hall, 2 Larch street 
♦Logie Hall, 7 Scott street 



♦M'Cheyne Church Hall, 10 Taylor's lane 
*Martyrs Church Hall, Annfield road 
Park Wynd Mission Hall, 36 Park wynd 
Russell Chapel Hall, Ure street 
♦Ryehill Church Hall, 4, 9 Mid wynd 
♦Sc John's Cross Ch. Hall, Blackness ave. 
St Mark's Church Hall, Greenfield place 
St Mark's Mission Hall, 16 West wynd 
St Peter's Church Hall, 4 St Peter street 
St Peter's Mission Hall, 18 Annfield street 
Seafield Works Welfare Hall , 60 Taylor's In. 
Taylor's Lane Mission Hall, 6 Taylor's lane 
♦West End Palais de Danse, 8 Well road 



PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &o. 



4] 



HALLS— Continued. 



Northern DIstpiet. 



♦Bonnethill Church Hall, 247J Hilltown 
*Butterburn Church Hall, Hill street 
♦Clepington Church Hall, Main street 
♦Conservative Association Club Rooms, 

80 Rosebank street 
*Downfield Public Hall, 421 Strathmar- 

tine road, Downfield 
♦Dundonald Street Hall, 19 Dundonald st. 
Hillbank Hall, 57 Cotton road 
*HilItown Church Hall, Jamaica street 



Mains Church Hall, Claverhouse rd. .Mains 
*Maxwelltown Baptist Hall, 7 Jamaica st. 
*North End Palais, Reid street 
*North Street Hall, 18 North street 
♦Roineach Mhor Masonic Hall, Duncan 

street, Downfield 
♦St James' Church Hall, Arklay street 
*St Salvador's Hall, Carnegie street 
Social Union Hall, 39 Carnegie street 
*U.F. Church Hall, Caird avenue 



Lochee District. 



*AIbert Masonic Hall, Tullideph road, L. 
Bog Mission Hall, 25 Kirk street, L. 
Boys' Brigade Hall, 10 Sinclair street, L. 
Camperdown Welfare Hall, 17 Bright st. , L. 
♦East Church Hall, 137 High street, L. 
Elim Hall, 98 Liff road, L. 
♦Labour Party Hall, 60 Liff road, L. 



♦Lochee Rd. Church Hall, 2 Cobden st. , L. 
Rechabites' Hall, Tofthill, L. 
St Luke's Church Hall, 136 High st, L. 
St Mary's Hall, Grav's lane, L. 
StNinian's Church Hall, 3 Bright St., L. 
*West Church Hall, Nicoll's lane, L. 
♦Western Hall, 22 Taylor street, L. 



Bpoug-hty Feppy District. 



Baptist Church Hall, St Vincent st. , B.F. 
■"Barnhill Church Hall, Dalhousie road 
Boy Scouts' Hall, Ambrose street, B.F. 
♦Chalet Roadhouse, Esplanade, B.F. 
♦Cong. Church Hall, 87 Brook street, B.F. 
*Good Templar Hall, 3S Gray street, B.F. 
♦Gymnasium Hall, 159 Brook street, B F. 
*Loftus Tea Rooms Hall.317 Queen st. ,B. F. 



♦Masonic Hall, 152 Brook street, B.F. 
Municipal Buildings, 132 Brook st., B.F. 
*8t Aidan's Ch. Hall, 408 Brook st. , B. F. 
♦St James' Church Hall, 5 Fort st., B.F. 
*St Stephen's Church Hall, East Home 

street, B.F. 
"West Church Hall, Church street, B.F. 
♦Y.M.C.A. Hall, 147 Brook street, B.F. 



HOLIDAYS, FESTIVALS, and TERMS. 

Public Holidays. — New Year's Day, second Monday of April and first 
Monday of October, Victoria Day and King's Birthday (19th May 1937) ; 
Summer Holidays, beginning fourth Monday of July. 

Bank Holidays.— New Year's Day, Good Friday (26th March 1937), first 
Mondays in May and August, Christmas Day. 

Trades Holidays. — Engineers, second Saturday of June ; Builders, last 
Saturday of August. 

Quarterly Terms. — Candlemas, 2nd February ; Whitsunday, 15th May ; 
Lammas, 1st August; Martinmas, 11th November. 

English Quarter Days.— Lady Day, 25th March ; Midsummer, 24th June ; 
Michaelmas, 29th September ; Christmas, 25th December. 

Removal Terms. — 28th ,May and 28th November. 

Summer Time. — Begins third Sunday in April and ends first Sunday in 
October. 

Shops Weekly Half-Holiday. — See Page 56. 

Movable and Other Festivals, &c, for 1936-1937. — 



1936. 
June 11 
July 
Sept 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Dec. 

1937 

Jan. 1 — New Year's Day 
Feb. 10 — Ash Wednesdav 



Corpus Christi 
1 — Dominion Day 
17 — Jewish New Year 
31 — Hallowe'en 
11— Armistice Day (1918) 
29 — Advent Sunday 
30 — St Andrew's Day 
25 — Christmas Day 



1937. 
Feb. 14— St Valentine's Day 

17— St Patrick's Day 

21— Palm Sunday 

26— Good Friday 

28 — Easter Sunday 
April 19— Primrose Day 
May 6 — Ascension Day 

16 — Pentecost — Whit Sunday 

23 — Trinity Sunday 

24 — Empire Day 

27 — Corpus Christi 



Mar, 
Mar 
Mar 
Mar, 



May 
May 
May 

May 



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PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 



POLICE BOX SITES. 



CENTRAL. 

Constitution road at Meadows 
N. Lindsay st. near to Overgate 
Tay street at Overgate 
South Union street 
Barrack street at Howff 
Dudhope terrace at Inverlaw place 
St Andrew's street 
Hilltown (foot) 
Hilltown at Plaza Cinema 
Thorter row at High street 
Seagate at St Paul's Church 
Meadowslde at Albert Institute 

NORTH. 

Strathmartine rd. at Clepington rd. 
Sandeman st. near Hindmarsh ave. 
Strathmartine road at Hill street 
Alexander street at Hillbank road 
Alexander st. at N. Wellington st. 
Clepington road at No. 162 
Caird avenue at Strathmartine rd. 
Kinghorne rd. opposite High Church 
Cotton road at "Victoria road 
Strathmartine road at Baldovan rd. 
Kingsway West at Macalpine road 
Clepington road at Mains loan 
Dens road at Neish street 

WEST. 

Blackness road at Brook street 
Blackness road at lire street 
Hawkhill at Ure street 
Perth road at Sinderins 
Nethergate at Small's wynd 
Perth road at Harris Academy 
Blackness road near to No. 394 
Milnbank road at Bank Mill 
Lochee road at Gardner's lane 
Blackness road at Peddie street 
Magdalen Yard road at approach 
Perth road at Ninewells 
Tullideph road at Lochee road 
Brook street at No. 165 
Blackness road at Glamis road 

EAST. 

Wellington street at Victoria road 

Stobswell 

Victoria street at Crescent lane 

Arbroath rd. at Thornbank Garage 



EAST— Continued. 
Blackscroft at Wallace street 
Ferry road at East Dock street 
Perry road at Stannergate 
Forfar road at Kingsway 
Pitkerro road at Kingsway 
Arbroath road at Old Cralgie rd. 
Dock street at Melville lane 
Strips of Craigie road (top) 
Arbroath road at Dunglass House 
Bingham terrace at Dalkeith road 
St Roque's lane at King street 

LOCHEE. 

Loons road at Works Dept. Yard 
Strathmore avenue at Fire Station 
South road at No. 39 
Coupar Angus road at Liff road 
South road at Gray street 
Ancrum road at School 
Killin avenue at Lawside terrace 
taff road near to No. 125 
Clepington road at Johnston ave. 
Coupar Angus road at Dryburgh 
farm 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

Junction Stewart st. and Forthill rd. 
Junction Victoria rd. and Strathern 

road 
Claypots road at Pond 
Junction Fort st. and Forthill rd. 
Junction Camphill rd. and Castleroy 

road 
Junction Strathmore st. and Aber- 

cromby street 
Monifleth road opposite Reres Hill 
Barnhill Bridge 
Dalhousie road opposite Kerrington 

crescent 
Junction St Vincent st. and Brook 

street 
Cottage place at King street 
Esplanade at Chalet 
Dundee road opposite Victoria rd. 
Junction Dundee road and Ogilvie 

road 
Junction' Ellieslea road and Albany 

road 
Junction Fairfield rd. and Strathern 

road 



FAIRS AND MARKETS. 
Bell's Fair — Feeing Market — is held on the first Friday of October. 

" Flit-Fridays," or the Term Feeing Markets, are held on 28th May and 
28th November, if these dates fall on a Tuesday or Friday, failing which, on the 
first Tuesday or Friday thereafter. 

A Weekly Cattle and Sheep Market is held every Tuesday forenoon, at 
the Cattle Market, East Dock street. 

Market Days — Tuesday and Friday. 



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MUNICIPAL LISTS. 

POPULATION. — According to the Census returns, the population of 
Dundee was in 1891, 153,330; in 1901, 161,173; in 1911, 165,004; in 1921, 
168,315; and in 1931, 175,583. 

VALUATION OF THE BURGH.— The Valuation of the Burgh (includ- 
ing Railways, &c.) for the year 1935-1936 is £1,778,320, as against £1,775,062 
for 1934-1935. Increase, £3,258. 

MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.— Burgh of Dundee— Miss Florence Hors- 
brugh (National Conservative, 50,542), 11 Belford terrace, Edinburgh; Dingle 
M. Foot (Liberal, 49,632), Tufton court, Tufton street, Westminster, London, 
S.W.I. County of Forfar— Wm. T. Shaw (National Conservative, 13,505), 
Killiecrankie, Perthshire. 

MAGISTRATES AND TOWN COUNCIL.— 

I. — Magistrates. 

Lord Provost, and Lord-Lieutenant of the County of the City of Dundee — 
John Phin, 6 Union terrace 

Bailies. 

Andrew I. Shepherd. 31 Panmure st. 
Jas. H. Low, 96 Monifieth road, B.F. 
Robert Blackwood, 21 North Tay st. 
T. Macpherson, 302 Strathmartine rd. 



Findlay Lesslie, 200 Ferry road 
James W. Christie, 96 Nethergate 
Richard Fenton, 4 Wellington street 
J. Gillies, 14 Esplanade, Bro. Ferry 



Lord Dean of Guild— Charles Hay Marshall, 97 Seagate 
Treasurer — William Reid, 8 Douglas terrace, West Ferry 

Police Judges — Councillors James B. Archer and 

Hospital Master and Kirk Master— Robt. Loggie, 32 Westfield rd., W.F. 



II.— Town 

Ward First. 
Douglas M. Christie, 8 Dalkeith road 
William O'Neill, 269 Arbroath road 
Arch. Powrie, 35 Kenilworth avenue 

Ward Second. 
Andrew I. Shepherd, 31 Panmure st. 
Robert A. Scrymgeour, 7 Ward road 
Robert Blackwood, 21 North Tay st. 

Ward Third. 
Peter Gillespie, 54 Alpin road 
Alex. N. Aimer, 173b Strathmartine rd. 
Jack Noble, 49 Gellatly street 

Ward Fourth. 
T. Macpherson, 302 Strathmartine rd. 
D. R. Kidd, 365 Queen st., B. Ferry 
Charles Buick, 29 Crescent street 

Ward Fifth. 
AVilliam Hughes, 8 Stirling terrace 
David Sawers, 60 Carnegie street 
Henry Hird, 11 Sandeman street 

Ward Sixth. 
Findlay Lesslie, 200 Ferry road 
John Reynolds, 23 Glenmoy avenue 
Frank Davidson, 7 Parker street 



Council. 

Ward Seventh. 
George F. F. Caldwell, 91 Magdalen 

Yard road 
William Black, 288 Clepington road 
John Phin, 6 Union terrace 

Ward Eighth. 
Richard Fenton, 4 Wellington street 
John M. Fraser, 88 Glenmarkie ter. 
Arthur J. Bayne, 67 Loons rd. , Lochee 

Ward Ninth. 
James W. Christie, 96 Nethergate 
William M. Ames, 15 Glamis drive 
James E. Creegan, 23 Forebank road 

Ward Tenth. 
Robert Loggie, 32 Westfield rd., W.F. 
William Reid, 8 Douglas terrace, W. F. 
Jas. B. Archer, 54 Church st., Bro. Fy. 

Ward Eleventh. 
Jas. H. Low, 96 Monifieth road, B.F. 
Jas. Gillies, 14 Esplanade, Bro. Ferry 
Geo. A. Greig, 60 Monifieth road, B. F. 

Ward Twelfth. 
Peter Thorns, 10 Abbotsford place 
George Croft, 9 Westfield place 
Mrs Lily Miller, 34 Kenmore terrace 



44 MUNICIPAL LISTS. 

STANDING COMMITTEES.— 

Works, Parks and Cemeteries, and Water Committees — The Lord Provost; 
Bailies Lesslie, J. W. Christie, Fenton, Gillies, Blackwood, Macpherson ; 
Treasurer Reid ; Councillors Powrie, Aimer, Hird, Black, Archer, and Croft. 

Police and Lighting, Transport, and Markets and Baths Committees — The 
Lord Provost ; Lord Dean of Guild Marshall ; Treasurer Reid ; Councillors 
D. M. Christie, Scrymgeour, Gillespie, Kidd, Hughes, Davidson, Bayne, 
Creegan, Archer, Greig, and Thorns. 

Gas, Electricity, and Cleansing Committees — The Lord Provost; Bailies 
Shepherd and Low ; Treasurer Reid ; Hospital Master Loggie ; Councillors 
O'Neill, Noble, Buick, Sawers, Reynolds, Eraser, Ames, and Mrs Miller. 

Public Health Committee — The Lord Provost ; Bailies Blackwood and 
Low ; Treasurer Reid ; Hospital Master Loggie ; Councillors O'Neill, Noble, 
Buick, Sawers, Reynolds, Fraser, Ames, and Mrs Miller. 

Housing and Factorial Committee — The Lord Provost ; Bailies Lesslie, 
Fenton, Gillies, and Blackwood ; Treasurer Reid ; Conveners of Public 
Health, "Works, and Education ; Councillors Powrie, Aimer, Kidd, Hird, 
Black, Ames, Archer, and Mrs Miller. 

Lord Provost's Committee — The Lord Provost, First Bailie, Treasurer, Lord 
Dean of Guild, Convener of "Works ; Councillors O'Neill, Scrymgeour, Gil- 
lespie, Kidd, Hughes, Davidson, Bayne, Ames, Archer, Greig, and Thorns. 

Finance Committee — The Lord Provost ; Bailies Lesslie, J. "W. Christie, 
Fenton, Gillies, and Shepherd ; Treasurer Reid ; Councillors Powrie, Gillespie, 
Kidd, Sawers, and Croft. 

Education Committee — (a) Members of Town Council — The Lord Provost ; 
Bailies Lesslie and Shepherd ; Lord Dean of Guild Marshall ; Treasurer Reid ; 
Hospital Master Loggie; Conveners of Public Health and Works ; Councillors 
D. M. Christie, Gillespie, Kidd, Sawers, Fraser, Creegan, Archer, Mrs Miller. 
(b) Nominated Members — David "Williamson, 9 Muirfield road, Downfleld ; 
Miss E. T. Bell, 58 Ashbank road ; Mrs Agnes White, 65 Clepington road ; 
David Allan, 42 Cobden street, Lochee ; Rev. John Sinclair, Old Glamis road ; 
Alex. J. Smith, 53 Pitkerro road ; Rev. T. S. Taylor, 4 Douglas terrace ; 
Right Rev. Provost J. Turner, 150 Nethergate; Very Rev. Canon M'Currach, 
22 Powrie place ; Very Rev. Dean J. B. Jobberns, 10 Westfield place. For 
list of schools with headmasters, see page 92. 

Public Assistance Committee — The Lord Provost ; Bailies J. "W. Christie, 
Low, and Blackwood ; Lord Dean of Guild Marshall; Treasurer Reid ; Con- 
veners of Public Health, Education, and "Works; Councillors Powrie, Gillespie, 
Buick, Hughes, Reynolds, Bayne, Ames, and Croft. 

The Conveners of the foregoing Standing Committees are as follozvs — "Works 
— Bailie Macpherson. Parks and Cemeteries — Councillor Black. Water — 
Bailie Blackwood. Police and Lighting — Councillor D. M. Christie. Trans- 
port — Councillor Scrymgeour. Markets and Baths — Councillor Greig. Gas 
—Hospital Master Loggie. Electricity — Councillor Ames. Cleansing — 
Bailie Low. Public Health— Councillor Caldwell. Housing and Factorial- 
Councillor Archer. Education — Hospital Master Loggie. Public Assistance 
—Treasurer Reid (Interim). Lord Provost's — The Lord Provost. Finance 
— Treasurer Reid. 

Dundee Development or New Industries Committee — Chairman, Treasurer 
Reid ; Secretary, David Latto, City chambers. 

Representatives at Meetings of Commissioners of Supply of the County of 
Angus — Lord Provost Phin ; Bailies Lesslie, Gillies, and Low ; Treasurer 
Reid ; Councillors Powrie, Scrymgeour, Reynolds, and Archer. 



MUNICIPAL LISTS. 45 

CITY OFFICIALS.— 
Town Clerk — William H. Blyth Martin, D.L., City chambers. 
Depute Town Clerks — David Latto and Robert M'Gill, City chambers. 
City Chamberlain and Registrar of Loans — William Aiken, City chambers. 

City Collector and Local Taxation Officer — J. B. Thomson, 6 and 7 City 
square (Teleph. Nos. 6131, 3335) ; motor taxation (Teleph. No. 6141) : 
branch office, 2 Marshall street, Lochee (Telephone No. 67611) ; branch 
office (revenues), 134 Brook street, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. 
7382). Collector of Petty Customs (Telephone No. 4613). 

City Engineer, Director of Housing, and City Architect — David B. M'Lav, 
B.Sc, M.Inst.C.E., C.C.E., M.Inst.M.&Cy.E., 21 City square. 

City Quantity Surveyor — James A. F. Morrison, 21 City square. 

Water Works Engineer — George Baxter, M.Inst.C.E., 17 City square. 

City Electrical Engineer— D. H. Bishop, B.Sc, M.I.E.E., Electric Lighting 
Station, Dudhope Crescent road (Telephone No. 4035). Electric 
Stations — Dudhope Crescent road, Carolina port, Craigie (Arbroath 
road), Whorterbank (Lochee), Neish street, Docks, Walton street, 
Downfield, Brook street (Broughty Ferry). Showrooms, 95 Com- 
mercial street. 

Gas Engineer and Manager — John Wilson, M.Inst. Gas E., Gas Works, 50 
East Dock street (Telephone No. 4066 ; Telegrams, "Hydrogen") ; Gas 
Appliance Showrooms, 89 Commercial street (Telephone No. 4595) ; 
Complaints Department, 44 Bell street (Telephone No. 4648) ; branch 
complaints office and gas appliance showroom, 444 Brook street, Bro'ty 
Ferry (Telephone No. 7244). 

Corporation Transport General Manager — Robert Taylor, Transport Dept., 
1 Lochee road (Telephone Nos. 3021, 3022). 

Procurator - Fiscal for Police Court — Archibald Bell, Central Police 
chambers. 

Chief Constable— Joseph Neilans, Central Police chambers, ATest Bell st. 

Chief Inspector of Weights and Measures and Gas Examiner — Alexander 
M. Imrie, Irvine's square, 44 Bell street. 

Director of Education — John R. Cameron, M.A., 14 City square. 

Superintendent of Parks and Cemeteries — Alexander Macrae, A.H.R.H.S., 
8 City square. 

City Assessor, Surveyor of Rating, Registration Officer — Sydney E. F. Reid, 
8 City square. 

City Analyst — Andrew Dargie, B.Sc, 140 Perth road. 

Medical Officer of Health — William L. Burgess, M.D., D.P.H., 
F.R.C.P.E., 9 West Bell street. 

Tuberculosis Medical Officer and Deputy Medical Officer of Health — John 
H. Hunter, M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H., 55 Constitution road. 

Medical Officer, Pre-School and School Medical Services Scheme, and 
Deputy Medical Officer of Health— A. E. Kidd, M.B., CM., D.P.H., 
1 Nelson street. 

Medical Officer, Maternity Services Scheme, and Deputy Medical Officer of 
Health— Margaret Scott Dickson, M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H., 1 Nelson st. 

Special Medical Officer, Venereal Diseases Scheme — David M. Keav, M.B., 
Ch.B., D.P.H., 55 Constitution road. 

Senior Resident Medical Officer for Kingscross Hospital — Dr H. Campbell. 

Police Surgeon — W. Fyffe Dorward, B.Sc, M.B., Ch.B., 55 Magdalen 
Yard road. 

Chief Sanitary Inspector, Chief Shop Inspector, and Chief Inspector and 
Sampling Officer under the Food and Drugs Acts — Alex. A. Russell, 
17 West Bell street. 

Director of Public Assistance and Inspector of Poor — Robert Allan, 9 West 
Bell street. 



46 MUNICIPAL LISTS, 

City Officials — continued. 

Veterinary Surgeon — Vacant. 

Superintendent of Cleansing — W. H. Sagar, 28 East Dock street. 

Engineer and General Manager of Public Baths and Wash-houses — Barry 
Cuthill, M.I.Mech.E., Central Baths, West Protection wall, West Dock 
street. 

Superintendent of Markets and Slaughterhouses — J. D. Anderson, Public 
Slaughterhouses, 60 East Dock street. 

Superintendent of Fish Market, City Arcade and Craig Street Markets — 
Norman M'Mann, 14 City square. 

Inspector of Lighting — Richard D. Robertson, Irvine's square, 44 Bell street. 

City Factor & Caird Hall Manager — J. Norman Duncan, Caird Hall build- 
ings, 22 Crichton street. 

Firemaster — James S. Weir, Central Fire Station, 15 West Bell street. 

City Auditor — Sydney Milne, C.A., 11 Reform street. 

Lord Provost's Secretary — W. A. R. Allardice, City chambers. 

Council Officer — George D. Bedson, City chambers. 

City Organist— Jas. Hinchliffe, L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., M.R.S.T., 1 Tay sq. 

Caretaker of City Chambers — Christopher S. Lowson, 31a Castle street. 

Caretaker of Caird Hall — John MacMillan, 31a Castle street. 

PARKS AND CEMETERIES.— Office, 8 City square— Alexander Macrae, 
A.H.R.H.S., Superintendent. Office open during tbe week from 9 a.m. till 
5 p.m., and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. till 12 noon only. Offices at the 
Eastern Necropolis and Western Necropolis open during the day. 

Public Parks. — Balfield Park, West Clepington road; Balgay Hill Park, 
west end of city, entrances at Scott street, and Ancrum road, Lochee ; Barn- 
hill Links, south of railway at east end of city; Baxter Park, between Arbroath 
road and Pitkerro road ; Caird Park, Den of Mains ; Castle Green, Broughty 
Ferry ; Claypots Skating Pond, Claypots road at Arbroath road ; Claypots 
Recreation Park, Arbroath road ; Downfield Public Park and Recreation 
Ground, Strathmartine road , Downfield ; Dudhope Park, Barrack road ; River- 
side Park, fronting river ; Fairmuir, east side Strathmartine road ; Grassy 
Beach, West Ferry ; Law Hill, north of Albany terrace ; Lochee Park, 
Ancrum road ; Magdalen Green, south side Magdalen Yard road ; Meadows 
(Markets and Baths Department), west side of Constitution road ; Orchar 
Park, south side Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry; Reres Hill Park, north 
side Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry ; Stobsmuir, Pitkerro road and Cleping- 
ton road ; Victoria Park, off Blackness road and Balgay road. 

Public Bowling Greens in Baxter Park, Dudhope Park, Fairmuir, Lochee 
Park, Magdalen Green, Victoria Park ; and at Orchar Park, Broughty Ferry. 

Public Tennis Courts in Baxter Park, Caird Park, Dudhope Park, Fair- 
field, Lochee Park, Magdalen Green, Victoria Park ; and at Esplanade, 
Broughty Ferry. 

Public Golf Courses (18 and 9 hole courses) at Caird Park ; Golf Course 
at Barnhill Links, Broughty Ferry. Putting Greens at Stobsmuir, Victoria 
Park ; and Esplanade, Broughty Ferry. 

Public Skating Ponds at Stobsmuir, Pitkerro road, Victoria Park ; and 
Claypots, Broughty Ferry. 

Gymnasia for Children in Baxter Park, Caird Park, Dudhope Park, 
Lochee Park, Magdalen Green, Stobsmuir Recreation Ground, Victoria Park ; 
Esplanade, Grassy Beach, and Orchar Park, Broughty Ferry ; and in open 
spaces at Blackscroft, Blue Mountains, Cherryfield lane, Clepington road, 
Eton street, Forebank, Foundry lane, Glenprosen ierrace, Hindmarsh ave- 
nue, Law crescent, Logie street, Lyon's close, Moncur crescent, Overgate, 
Tannadice street, Watson street ; Kirk street and Perrie street, Lochee ; 
Castle Green, Broughty Ferry ; Barnhill. 



MUNICIPAL LISTS. 47 

Burial Grounds. — Constitution RoadBurying Ground; Eastern Necropolis, 
Arbroath road; Howff, Meadowside ; Logie Burying Ground, Lochee road; 
Old Cemetery, Dundas street, Broughty Ferry ; St Aidan's Church Burying 
Ground, Broughty Ferry ; Roodyards, Ferry road ; St Andrew's, Cowgate ; 
St Peter's, Perth road; Western Necropolis, Balgayhill. (The Lord Provost, 
Magistrates, and Council are the Board for burial ground purposes). 

Barnhill Cemetery, Strathmore street, Barnhill (under Monifieth Parish). — 
Superintendent, Andrew R. Eggie, Cemetery lodge, Barnhill. 

Western Cemetery, Perth road (under Dundee Cemetery Co., Ltd.). — 
Superintendent, H. Robertson, Western Cemetery, Perth road. 

Vegetable Allotment Gardens (Under Dundee Town Council), have 
been laid out at Ferry road, Sandeman street, Earl street (Lochee), Clepington 
road (at Maryfield Chair Factory), Meadows, Strathmore avenue, Park ter- 
race, Macnabb street (north of Clepington road), Esplanade road (Ninewells), 
East Kingsway, the Law, Elliot road, Upper Constitution street, Wellgrove 
(Lochee), GleneskPark, Old Craigieroad, Arklay terrace, Claypots, Broughty 
Ferry. 

ANGUS COUNTY POLICE. — Chief Constable, D. C. Christie, 
County buildings, Forfar. Dundee Office, Johnston street (off North Lindsay 
street), Inspector David Lakie. Fintry Office, Pitkerro road, Constable 
Alexander Low. Birkhill Office, Sergeant Alexander S. Brown. 

CITY POLICE ESTABLISHMENT. — Central Office, West Bell street 
(Telephone No. 5051 (3 lines). District Stations — Broughty Ferry Office, 
Brook street, Broughty Ferry ; Harbour Office, Dock street ; Trottick Office, 
Trottick, Mains. Joseph Neilans, Chief Constable. 

PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT, 9 West Bell street.— Dr W. L. 
Burgess, Medical Officer of Health ; Dr J. A. Cuthbert, Assistant Medical 
Officer of Health ; Hugh Ferrier, Veterinary Surgeon. 

SANITARY DEPARTMENT, 17 West Bell street.— Alex. A. Russell, 
Chief Sanitary Inspector. 

CLEANSING DEPARTMENT, 28 East Dock street— William H. Sagar, 
superintendent. 

FIRE BRIGADE.— Central Station, 15 West Bell street (Telephone Nos. 
3122 and 6133). Firemaster, James S. Weir ; Deputy-Firemaster, William 
Mackay. Northern Station, 296 Strathmore avenue; Station Officer, Thomas 
Johnston. Eastern Station, Brown street, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. 
7222) ; Sub-Officer, Archibald Brown. 

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE OFFICE, 9 West Bell street.— Director of Public 
Assistance and Inspector of Poor, Robert Allan ; Depute, John M. Smart. 

East House, Molison street. — Governor, P. S. Langlands ; Matron. Jessie 
G. Sorlie ; Resident Medical Officer, Dr J. B. Macdonald. 

Duncarse, 381 Perth road — Children's Home.— Matron, Grace F. Kerr. 

MARYFIELD HOSPITAL.— Medical Officer, Dr J. B. Macdonald; Mat- 
ron, Edith M. Christie. 

DUNDEE MENTAL HOSPITAL.— Medical Superintendent, William 
Tuach-Mackenzie, M.D., Liff house, Dundee; Chaplain, Rev. John M'Lean; 
House Steward, William D. Fleming. 

SCOTTISH VETERANS' GARDEN CITY ASSOCIATION, Dundee 
and District Branch. — Hon. Treasurers, Robertson & Taylor; Hon. Secre- 
tary, Edward Robbie, 4 High street. 

OFFICERS FOR THE PROCLAMATION OF BANNS.— For Dundee 
and District — Charles Soutar, 7 Ward road (office hours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; 
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon ; Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 7 p.m. to 
8 p.m.). For Bro'ty Ferry District — John R. Dryden, 134 Brook street, B.F. 
For Landward Part of Mains and Strathmartine — J. D. Pattison, 7 Wood- 
side terrace. For Liff and Benvie — Alexander Gloag, Schoolhouse, Liff. 



48 MUNICIPAL LISTS. 

REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES.— 

Registration must be effected as follows, viz. : — Births within 21 days ; 
Deaths within 8 days ; Marriages within 3 days ; Vaccinations within 6 
months — unless certificate of postponement be granted by a qualified Medical 
Practitioner, or statutory declaration of conscientious objection provided. 
Parties registering births ought to produce proof of the marriage of the 
parents. 

Registration Districts. — Where boundaries are described by roads and 
streets the centre lines thereof to be taken. To ascertain in what District 
any particular street or terrace may be situated, see List of Streets, page 
18, where the figures in brackets ( ) denote the various Registration 
Districts ; or consult the reduced plan of the Registration Districts which 
appears in a corner of the accompanying Plan of Dundee. 

1st or St Mary and St Peter District. — Commencing at a point on the river 
front at its intersection with the western City boundary and proceeding 
along the City boundary to Glamis drive, tbence along Glamis drive, 
Glamis road, Elliot road, Jedburgh road to the eastern boundary of 
Victoria Hospital grounds, an imaginary line through Victoria Park to 
Scott street, along Scott street. Milnbank road, Polepark road, Lochee 
road, "Ward road, North Lindsay street, South Lindsay street, Nethergate, 
Union street, South Union street to Riverside drive, and thence along river 
front to point of commencement. Office, 57 Perth road ; John Mawhinney, 
Registrar. Hours, 9.30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturday, 9.30 a.m. to 12 noon: 
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. 

2nd or St Clement District — Commencing at a point on the river front 
at its junction with east end of Esplanade, thence along the curved end of 
Esplanade, South Union street, Union street, Nethergate, South Lindsay 
street, North Lindsay street, Ward road, Lochee road, western and northern 
boundaries of Dudhope Park to Inverlaw place, thence along Inverlaw place, 
road to Law, thence eastwards along Kinghorne road until it reaches Law 
crescent, thence north-westwards along Law crescent until it reaches Lawton 
road, thence northwards along Lawton road until it reaches Strathmore 
avenue, thence westwards along Strathmore avenue until it reaches the 
western boundary of Kingscross Hospital grounds, thence along the western 
boundary of Kingscross Hospital grounds to Clepington road, thence east- 
wards along Clepington road to Provost road, Mains road, Hilltown, Well- 
gate, Cowgate, St Andrew's street, Trades lane, road on east side of 
Customhouse buildings, road to south side of Victoria dock, road on east 
side of Patent Slip buildings to the river front, and thence along river front 
to point of commencement. Office, 8 City square ; W. H. Phillip, Registrar. 
Hours, as above. 

3rd or St Andrew District — Commencing at the east end of Marine parade 
and proceeding northwards along the centre of the road on the east side 
of Patent Slip buildings, the road on south side of Victoria dock, the road on 
east side of the Customhouse buildings, Trades lane, St Andrew's street, 
Cowgate, Wellgate, Hilltown, Mains road, Provost road to Clepington road, 
thence eastwards along the centre of Clepington road to Mains loan, thence 
northwards along the centre of Mains loan to Kingsway, thence eastwards 
along the centre of Kingsway to Forfar road, thence northwards along 
Forfar road to tbe present Municipal boundary, thence eastwards, southwards 
and again eastwards and southwards, along the present Municipal boundary 
until it reaches Milton of Craigie road, thence along the centre line of Milton 
of Craigie road, Strips of Craigie road, crossing the railway and thence to 
the river front, and thence westwards along the river front to point of 
commencement. Office, 16 King street ; Hugh T. Templeton, Registrar. 
Hours, as above. 

4th or Lochee District. — Commencing at a point in the western 
City boundary at its junction with Glamis drive and proceeding thence 
northwards along the western City boundary until it reaches West Kingsway, 
thence eastwards along the centre line of West Kingsway until it reaches 
Clepington road, thence south-eastwards along the centre line of Clepington 



MUNICIPAL LISTS. 49 

road until it reaches the western boundary of the Kingscross Hospital 
grounds, thence southwards along the western boundary of the Kingscross 
Hospital grounds to Strathmore avenue, thence eastwards along Strathmore 
avenue to Lawton road, thence southwards along Lawton road to its junction 
with Law crescent, thence south-eastwards along Law crescent and Law road 
to its junction with Kinghorne road, thence westwards along Kinghorne 
road to Law, Inverlaw place, northern and western boundaries of Dudhope 
Park, Lochee road, Polepark road, Milnbank road, Scott street, an imaginary 
line through Victoria Park from Scott street to Jedburgh road at the eastern 
boundary of Victoria Hospital grounds, Jedburgh road, Elliot road, Glamis 
road, and thence along Glamis drive, to point of commencement. Office, 2 
Marshall st., Lochee; J. Robertson Nicoll, Registrar. Hours, as 1st District. 

5th or Mains and Strathmartine District. — Commencing at a point in the 
western city boundary at its junction with West Kingsway and proceeding 
thence northwards, north-eastwards, eastwards, and south-eastwards along 
the city boundary to Forfar road, thence southwards along the centre of 
Forfar road to Kingsway, thence westwards along the centre line of Kingsway 
until it reaches Mains loan, thence southwards along the centre line of Mains 
loan until it reaches Olepington road, thence westwards along the middle line 
of Clepington road until it reaches West Kingsway, thence westwards along 
the middle line of West Kingsway until it reaches the point of commence- 
ment. Office, 411 Strathmartine road, Downfield ; C. Gordon M'Kenzie, 
Registrar. Hours, 9.30 a.m. to 11 a.m.; Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 
6 p.m. to S p.m. 

Brouyhty Ferry District — Burgkal Portion. — Commencing on the west at 
a point on the river front at the junction of the Dundee and Broughty Ferry 
road with Camperdown road, thence northward by the said Dundee and 
Broughty Ferry road crossing the railway to Strips of Craigie road, Strips of 
Craigie road and Milton of Craigie road until the line reaches the inter- 
section of the Municipal boundary ; thence in a south-easterly and easterly 
direction, following the line of the Municipal boundary until it reaches the 
river front ; thence westwards along the river front till it reaches the point 
of commencement. Office, 134 Brook street, Brought} 7 Ferry ; John R. 
Dryden, Registrar. Hours, 9.30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturday, 9.30 a.m. to 12 
noon ; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. 

GTJILDRY INCORPORATION.— Lord Dean of Guild, C. H. Marshall; 
Assessors, P. S. Nicoll, George T. Watson, W. Halley Brown, James King, 
C. J. Bisset, Findlay Lesslie, D. A. Anderson, David Dickie, Thomas Russell, 
Sir Alexander Spence, Robert Steven, A. R. Median, David Air, George 
Willsher, William Reid, Robert Loggie, George R. Donald, and Garnet D. 
Wilson ; Collector, Charles Stewart ; Clerk, J. Murray Wilkie, 27 Bank st. 

MALTMEN INCORPORATION. — Deacon, W. Halley Brown ; Box- 
master, William Ballingall ; Clerk, James Fenton, 4 High street. 

THREE UNITED TRADES.— Convener, Norman W. Laburn; Boxmaster, 
W. W. Milne ; Clerk, J. Murray Wilkie, 27 Bank street. 

Deacons. Boxmasters. 

Masons, George Carnegie J. B.Archer 

Wrights, A. Inglis Shepherd Thomas C. Stocks 

Slaters, Robert M. Ramsay James S. Brand 

NINE INCORPORATED TRADES. — Convener, William Clark; Box- 
master and Clerk, James Simpson, 12 Bank street. 

Deacons. Assessors. 

Bakers Lawrence Kidd Andrew Wallace 

Shoemakers E. R. Simpson William Clark 

Glovers Robert Laing J. G ovan Bruce 

Tailors Alexander Bell R. R. Taylor 

Bonnetmakers Hubert Carlton D. A. Anderson 

Fleshers Peter Moyes Peter Kinnear 

Hammermen Thomas Russell James C. Lamb 

Weavers John C. Baxter D. R. C. Fair weather 

Dyers Rodk. T. Stevenson J.L.Stevenson 

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50 MUNICIPAL LISTS. 

COUNTY OF ANGUS COUNTY COUNCIL.— 

The Right Hon. the Earl of Airlie, Cortaohy castle ; Mackenzie S. Shaw, 
1 Thistle court, Edinburgh ; George Annand, Reekie Linn house, by 
Alyth ; J. A. Carnegie, 17 Glengate, Kirriemuir ; Sir John A. Ogilvy 
Wedderburn of Silvie, Ruthven ; Gavin Ralston, factor, Glamis ; John 
Motion, Keillor, Kettins ; Sir Herbert K. Ogilvy, Bart., of Baldovan, 
5 Bank street, Dundee ; T. P. Douglas Murray, Dryburgh, Lochee ; James 
Grant. Kingennie house ; Andrew Doctor, Friock mains, Friockheim ; 
F. M. Batchelor of Kellyfield ; John M. Fairlie, Kirkton of Monikie ; Sir 
Harry Hope of Kinnettles, by Forfar ; James Simpson, Willowbank, Brechin 
road, Forfar ; Colonel Guthrie, Guthrie castle, by Forfar ; Alexander A. 
Gibson, Westerton of Stracathro, Brechin ; John R. Taylor, St Ann's, St 
James road, Forfar ; The Right Hon. the Earl of Dalhousie, Brechin castle, 
Brechin; William L. Spaldiug, Balconnel, Menmuir; S. Edwards, Dalhousie 
Estates office, Brechin; David M'Nicoll, Lammondsfauld road, Hillside, by 
Montrose ; Rev. Dr Clark, Manse of Farnell ; Jas. Millar, Balcalk, Tealing ; 
Alex. H. Anderson, Redcastle, Inverkeilor ; James S. Watt, 30 George street, 
Montrose; Percy E. Morgan, Windyhills, Arbroath; James Graham, 
Balcathie, Arbirlot ; John H. Pattullo, Pitskelly, by Carnoustie ; Sir 
William Chapel, Caenlochan, Keptie road, Arbroath; George Sherriffs, 
Lochlea, Kinloch terrace, Arbroath ; William Purdie, 8 Hayswell road, 
Arbroath ; Arthur King, 44 Elliot street, Arbroath ; Robert Thomson, 
37 Howard street, Arbroath ; James Law, 9 East Grimsby, Arbroath ; 
Rev. George Hitchcock, Inverbrothock manse, Dalhousie place, Arbroath ; 
W. J. Anckhorn, 37 Hill street, Arbroath; R. M'Glashan, 5 Elliot 
place, Arbroath ; Alex. Hood, 38 Elliot street, Arbroath ; Archibald 
M'Callum, Arbirlot rd., Arbroath; David Dundas, Viewforth ter., Montrose 
st., Brechin ; John M'Leod Dunn, Bank st., Brechin ; Henry Greig Mitchell, 
Andover hill (Upper), Brechin; James Donaldson Ross, Latch rd., Brechin; 
John Joe, Victoria place, Brechin ; David Ramsay, Brown st., Carnoustie ; 
George Bell, Almoudbank, Ireland street, Carnoustie ; Peter Crerar, Newal, 
Mackenzie street, Carnoustie ; Fred. C. Murray, Admiral street, Carnoustie ; 
James Graham, Ravenswood, Forfar ; Councillor Barry, Dundee road, Forfar; 
Councillor Malcolm, Robertson ter., Forfar; David Smyth, Kirklandbank, 
Forfar ; A. C. Smyth, Kirklandbank, Montrose road, Forfar ; Bailie Isles, 
Manor park, Forfar ; Colonel Hill, Overdale, Forfar ; Wm. Inglis, Ogilvie's 
close, Kirriemuir; I>. L. Taylor, 13b Tillyloss, Kirriemuir; James Birse, 
9 Forfar road, Kirriemuir; Alex. Smith, Thistlebank, Durham street, 
Monifieth ; William W. Tyndall, Greenbourne, Monifieth ; James Piggins, 
31 Dorward road, Montrose ; David B. Mackay, Cairnduna, Whinfield road, 
Montrose ; William Coull, 25 Wellington park, Montrose ; Hugh Hanton 
Soutar, Warrack terrace, Montrose ; James Alexander Mathers, 4 Melville 
gardens, Montrose ; Andrew Todd, 12 Palmerston street, Montrose ; John 
Yorston, 9 Wellington gardens, Montrose ; Andrew W. Ritchie, 200 High 
street, Montrose. 

Office-Bearers. — Convener, F. M. Batchelor of Kellyfield, by Dundee ; 
Vice-Convener, Samuel Edwards, Dalhousie Estates office, Brechin ; County 
Clerk and Treasurer and County Road Clerk, R. H. Anderson, Forfar; 
Assistant County Clerk, J. Eadie, Forfar ; County Assessor, D. J. Carnegy, 
Forfar; Medical Officer, Dr Sinclair, Forfar; Director of Education, P. A. 
Conacher, Forfar ; Sanitary Inspector, Dr Sinclair, Forfar ; County Veterinary 
Inspector, John Lyle, Forfar ; Inspector of Weights and Measures, W. A. 
Bertram, Forfar; County Auditor, Lewis F. Robertson, Dundee; County 
Analyst, Andrew Dargie, Dundee; Chief Constable of County, David C. 
Christie, Forfar. 

Monifieth District (consisting of the Parishes of Monifieth, Dundee 
(Landward), Murroes, Tealing, Mains and Strathmartine, Liff and Benvie, 
Fowlis Easter, Lundie, Auchterhouse, Newtyle, and Kettins). 

County Councillors— F. M. Batchelor, Kellyfield ; T. P. Douglas Murray, 
Dryburgh, Coupar Angus road, Lochee : James Grant, Kingennie house ; 
Sir H. K. Ogilvy, Bart., of Baldovan; John Motion, Keillor, Kettins, 



MUNICIPAL LISTS. 51 

Coupar Angus ; James Millar, Balcalk, Tealing. District Councillors — 
Andrew Millar, The Laws, Kingennie ; F. M. Baxter, Baluniefield, Broughty 
Ferry ; W. L. Thorns, Benvie ; R. Wallace, Baldragon ; Rev. J. K. Cameron, 
The Manse, Auchterhouse ; Alex. Spence, Clushmill, Lundie; John E. 
Murray, Binns, Fowlis Easter ; John R. Pollock, Parkview, South street, 
Newtyle ;. W. D. Graham Menzies, Hallyburton. Kettins, Coupar Angus ; 
Thomas Young, Middleton, Murroes ; Alfred A. Duncan, Balkemback, 
Tealing. 

Chairman of District Council, F. M. Batchelor, Kellyfield ; Clerk and 
Treasurer, R. W. Matthewson, 1 Bank street. 

Public Assistance Joint Committee. — Landward Members, as above. 
Monifieth Burgh Members — County Councillors, W. W. Tyndall, 
Greenbourne ; Alex. Smith, Thistlebank, Durham street ; Additional 
Representatives, Geo. G. Ritchie, 2 Dick street ; John G. Taylor, Belvidere, 
Panmure street ; James M. Stewart, Durham street. 

Chairman, W. W. Tyndall ; District P. A. Officer, W. Peat, 61 Meadowside. 

COUNTY OF PERTH COUNTY COUNCIL.— 

Perth District. — Members resident in or near Dundee — Lord Kinnaird, 
Rossie priory, Incbture ; John Prain, Inglewood, Invergowrie. 

Office-Beareks. — Convener, James M. Hodge ; Vice-Convener, William 
Henderson ; Clerk ami Treasurer, T. B. Marshall, County offices, York place, 
Perth ; Medical Officer, Dr David J. M'Leish, Perth ; Sanitary Inspector, 
Robert M'Nicoll, Perth ; Public Assistance Officer, Blair Murphie, County 
offices, York place, Perth ; Longforgan District, A. S. M'Kay, Longforgan. 

COUNTY OF FIFE COUNTY COUNCIL.— 

Members resident in or near Dundee — David Fraser,Viewfield, St Andrews ; 
James B. Crichton, Luthriebank, Cupar: J. Wilkie, Balgonie, Bay road, 
Wormit ; James C. Henderson of Scotscraig, Tayport ; Crosby Johnson, 
9 Hope street, St Andrews ; Captain How, Balnacarron, St Andrews ; 
Treasurer Bruce, Abbey cottage, St Andrews ; A. A. Melville, 20 Ogilvy 
street, Tayport. 

LIEUTENANCY OF THE COUNTY OF THE CITY OF DUNDEE.— 

Lord-Lieutenant, Lord Provost John Phin ; Deputy-Lieutenants, Earl of 
Strathmore, Sir William Henderson, David Couper Thomson, William H. 
Blyth Martin, T. H. Smith, Col. R. H. Adamson, Lieut. -Col. P. S. Nicoll, 
Col. J. B. Muir, T. N. J. Bell, A. R. Mechan, Adam Malcolm, Sir Alexander 
Spence, Grant Barclay, Alexander Anderson, William Reid, James B. 
Archer, Sir Charles C. Barrie, Sir James C. Irvine, George A. Johnston, 
W. Halley Brown ; Clerk of Lieutenancy, Williain H. Blyth Martin, Town 
Clerk. 

VALUATION DEPARTMENT (INLAND REVENUE).— Offices, 5 Cow- 
gate ; District Valuer, A. Young, F.S.I. ; Valuers, Charles Mann, F.S.I. , 
and Joseph Bell, P.A.S.I. 

SCOTTISH SAVINGS COMMITTEE (Local Centre).— Chairman, Robert 
Loggie ; Hon. Treasurer and Secretary, Lewis F. Robertson, C. A., 22 Meadow- 
side (Telephone No. 3367). 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH FOR SCOTLAND, Eastern Dist. Office, 
29 Bank street (comprising counties of Angus and Kinross ; Cupar and St 
Andrews County Districts of Fifeshire ; Highland, Blairgowrie, Central and 
Perth Districts of Perthshire). — District Inspector, D. Macmillan; Assistant 
Inspectors, D. M. Kay, G. A. Fraser, J. Y. Fortune, Miss E. T. Heatiie, Miss 
I. Morrison, Miss K. M. Fleming ; Clerks, Miss M. T. Heatiie, Miss W. 
Maxwell (Telephone No. 2025; Telegrams, "Health, Dundee"). 

Regional Medical Officer. — Dr T. D. Kennedy ; Clerks, Miss Whyte, Miss 
M. Lawson (Telephone No. 4796 ; Telegrams, "Health, Dundee"). 



52 MUNICIPAL LISTS. 

DUNDEE BURGH INSURANCE COMMITTEE (under National Health 
Insurance Acts), — Chairman, William Harvey; Vice-Chairman, Miss J. H.Law; 
Clerk and Treasurer, David Duncan ; office, 93 Commercial street — Hours, 
daily except Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon ; also 
Monday and Friday evenings, 7 to 8. 

Appointed by Town Council— Dr George W. Miller, Miss M. H. Mechan, 
Mrs "William Kinnear, William M. Ames, Peter Gillespie, William Hughes, 
John Reynolds. 

Appointed by Department of Health for Scotland — Dr George F. Whyte, 
Miss E. J. Scotland, Miss J. H. Law, John H. Thomson. 

Appointed by Medical Practitioners — Dr Donald M'Gillivray, Dr Auguste 
Boyes. 

Appointed to Represent Insured Persons — David Sawers, E. C. Millar, 
James Scott, Arthur H. M'Kinnes, James Gunn, David O. Baird, Miss Jane 
C. Hunter, A. R. Moonie, William Harvey, John Walker, George Wilson. 

Medical Benefit Committer. —William Harvey, David Hume, David 
Jack, Mrs William Kinnear, Miss J. H. Law, Dr Donald M'Gillivray, 
Dr George W. Miller, David Sawers, Joseph H. Sherwood, John H. Thomson, 
John Walker ; Dr George W. Miller, Convener. 

Finance Committee. — William Clark, Robert Cuthbert, Peter Gillespie, 
William Harvey, David Hume, Miss J. H. Law, Arthur H. M'Kinnes, 
Miss M. H. Mechan, Frederick J. Robertson, Miss E. J. Scotland, George 
Wilson ; F. J. Robertson, Convener. 

Dundee Panel Committee. — Dr William Allison, Dr Auguste Boyes, 
Dr William L. Burgess, Dr John B. Gyle, Dr Joseph I. Lawson, Dr W. L. 
Kinnear, Dr Alexander A. Kirkland, Dr A. H. Macklin, Dr Michael J. 
Murray, Dr Myles M. Stewart, Dr Frank B. Thomson, Dr W. Noble Walker, 
Dr George F. Whyte (Chairman), Dr George W. Miller (Vice-Chairman), 
Dr Donald M. M'Gillivray (Secretary), 10 William street, Dundee. 

PUBLIC DENTAL OFFICER. — Ernest E. Cassaday, M.B., Ch.B., 
D.P.H., L.D.S., 2 Springfield. 

APPROVED SOCIETIES (NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE).— The 
undernoted are Societies represented by a Local Secretary; for information as 
to other Societies which may have a membership in Dundee the complete Roll 
of Approved Societies should be consulted at the Clerk's office, 93 Com- 
mercial street. (For Trade Union Secretaries see page 129). 
trades union. 
Name of Society. Local Secretary. 

Bakers and Confectioners, Oper.,of Scot.,N.F.U. David Douglas, 15 King's road 
Blacksmiths, Forge and Smithy Workers' Society Alex. Spalding, 3 Bonnybank road 
Boilermakers, Iron and Steel Shipbldrs., No. 1 Br. W. O'Neill, 269 Arbroath road 

„ ,, No. 2 Br. John Anderson, 30 Springhill 

Bookbinders and Machine Rulers, Nat. Union of William F. M'Kenzie, 13Sandeman 

street 
Boot and Shoe Operatives, National Union of Robert F. Low, 23 Ogilvie street 

British Iron, Steel, & Kindred Trades Association David P. M'Laren, 42 Lilybank rd. 
Brushmakers, National Society of P. Binnie, 14 Peddie street 

Building and Monumental Workers' Association \ Alexander Aimer, 173b Strathmar- 

(Masons' Section) / tine road 

Engineers, Amalgamated Society of, No. 1 Branch Richard Norrie, 22 Watt street 
,, No. 2 Branch D. Mitchelson, 16 Abbotsford st. 

„ No. 3 Branch A. Barclay, 68 Strathmartine road 

„ No. i Branch John Keay, 159 Strathmartine rd. 

,, Lochee Branch Vacant 

" ,, Monifieth Branch G. D. Thomson, 18 Fisher street, 

Broughty Ferry 
n ,, Carnoustie Branch John Hill, 10 Taymouth terrace, 

Carnoustie 
Foundry Workers, National Union of James Whyte, 1 Arklay terrace 

Furnishing Trades Harry S. Johnston, 55 Taylor's lane 

General and Municipal Workers' Union Alexander Donnet, 6 Panmure st. 



MUNICIPAL LISTS. 

trades union — continued. 
Name of Society. Local Secretary. 

Genera] Federation of Trade Unions (Calender-"! 

workers, Dockers Jute and Flax Workers, I Nicholas Mar 8 Overgate 

Musicians, Upholsterers, Blockcutters, Horse j 

and Motor Men) J 

Horse and Motormen's Society, Scottish 
Iron, Steel, and Brass Dressers' Society 
Leather Workers, National Union of 
Lithographic Printers, Amalgamated Society of 

Mill and Factory Operatives, Dundee and District 
National Union of Life Assurance Workers 
National Union of Seamen 
Painters' Society, Scottish 
Patternmakers' Association, United 
Plumbers' and Domestic Engineers' Assoc, U.O. 
Railwaymen, National Union of 
Shipconstructors' and Shipwrights' Association 

„ ,, Drillers' Sec. 

Shop Assistants, Warehousemen, & Clerks, N.A.U. 
Slaters' Society of Scotland, Amalgamated 



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R. B. Davidson, 43 Nethergate 
Allan Anderson, 4 Wolseley street 
D. Anderson, 13 Dura street 
Skelton M. Christie, 10 Grey street, 

Tayport 
D. Jack, 2 Ireland's lane 
Alex. Scott, 59 Glenesk avenue 
P. Davidson, 10 East Dock street 
John Kenneth, 10 Arklay terrace 
Charles Williamson, 8 Balmore st. 
Robert Anderson, 62 Blackscroft 
R. Clark, 20 Corso street 
D. Robertson. 52 Watson street 
John Moncur, 101 Woodside ter. 
Edgar Ramsay, 61 Meadowside 
James Spink, 2 Dudhope Crescent 
road 

Tailors and Garment Workers George Eaton, 24 Hepburn street 

Transport and General Workers' Union (Com'l. Sec.) Donald Maclean, 7 Whitehall cres. 
,, „ Frederick Orem, 17 School road, 

Downfield 
Typographical Association, Scottish A. G. Campbell Cross, 25 Rosefield 

street 
Vehicle Builders, National Union of James Galloway, 155 Perth road 

Woodcutting Machinists, Amalgamated Society of James F. Reilly, 17 Mortimer street 
Woodworkers' Amalgamated Society of, No. 1 Br. Alex. Joss, 19 Baldovan terrace 

No. 2 Br. 
No. 3 Br. 
„ ,, Lochee 

B. Ferry 
FRIENDLY AND BENEFIT. 

James Dolan, 72 Ward road 



John Harra, 20 Park avenue 
Wm. Fleming, 7 Baxter Park ter. 
John L. Scott, 2 Tullideph road 
James Dand, 3 Panmureat., B.F. 



Catholic Benefit and Thrift Society 

Clerks' Association, Scottish 

Dens Works Benefit Fund Society 

Drapery and SelectedTrades Socy. , D'dee and Dist. 

Foresters, Ancient Order of 



David Blackadder, 32 Castle street 
David Patterson, Dens Works 
F. J. Robertson, 4 High street 
A. E. Forsyth, 13a Ward road 
{For Court Secretaries see p. 124.) 
Alex. Marshall, 7 Elizabeth street 
Andw. Brown, 3 Millar's lane, L'hee 



\ Chas. A. Henderson, 71 Lift rd., L. 



Foresters, Irish National, Branch Wm. O'Brien 
Gardeners, Ancient Order of Free 
Gardeners, British Order Ancient Free 

Rose of Lebanon Lodge 
Gardeners, St Andrew's Order, Sons of Ed en Lodge Wm. M. Young, 93 Lawside road 

(For Lodge Secretaries see p. 124. ) 
Hibernians, Ancient Order of (Board of Erin) 
Nalgo Approved Society 
Oddfellows (Bolton Unity), Dundee District 

,, ,, Kinbrae Lodge 

,, ,, City of Dundee Lodge 



Oddfellows, Cal. Order of Unit., Banks of Tay Lodge 
Oddf ellows, Man. Unity, Bon Accord &Thistle Lodge 
Ploughman's Society "of Scotland, International 
Rechabites, Independent Order of 



Rural Workers' Friendly Society, Scottish 
Shepherds, Loyal Order of Ancient 

Sons of Rechab 

Sons of Scotland Temperance Society 
Women's Friendlj' Society, Associated 
Women's, North of Scotland, Insurance Society 

INSURANCE COMPANIES' APPROVED SOCIETIES. 

City of Glasgow Approved Society Fred. Smith, 21 Reform street 

Liverpool Victoria J. C. S. M'Gregor, 49 Meadowside 

Prudential Approved Societies A. H. M'Kinnes, 31 Albert square 



Samuel Devine, 8 Graham place 
Dennis Farrell, S City square 
John S. Carnegie, 44 Woodside ave. 
John S. Carnegie, 44 Woodside ave. 
Thomas Stewart, 57 Elm street 
(For Lodge Secretaries see p. 124.,) 
Alex. Wilson, 37 North Court st. 
J. B. Dundas, 30 Brantwood ave. 
John L. Nicoll, 6 Tulloch crescent 
Robert Cuthbert, 15 King street, 

District Secretary 
(For Tent Secretaries see p. 127. ) 
John L. Nicoll, 6 Tulloch crescent 
James Webster, 97 Seagate 
(For Lodge Secretaries see p. 126.,) 
James Grainger, 249 Hilltown 
Robert Shearer, 48 Provost road 
Miss Silvie, 19 Ward road 
Miss D. Davidson, 29 Scott street 



54 MUNICIPAL LISTS. 

insurance companies' approved societies — continued. 
Name of Society. Local Secretary. 

Royal Liver Friendly Society M. Richardson, 9 King street 

Scottish Legal Health Assurance Society Edward H. Porter, 51 Murraygate 

National Amalgamated Approved Society — J James Scott, 31 Wellgate 

Britannic Assurance Co. Section \E. W. French, 6 Panmure street 

Pearl Assurance Co. Section D. R. Piatt, 30a Meadowside 

Refuge Assurance Co. Section — District No. 2 E. C. Millar, 45 Commercial street 

,, ,, ,, District No. 3 James Young, 45 Commercial st. 

Royal London Mutual Insurance Society Section J. Simpson, 9 Tally street 

DUNDEE (NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE) SICKNESS VISIT- 
ATION COMMITTEE.— Hon. Secretary, Alfred Huggins, 93 Commercial 
street. 

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE— Dundee and District Court of Referees. 
— Chairman, James Allison; Deputy-Chairmen, John Ogilvie and J. Scrim- 
geour. Employers' Representatives, Men, Dundee — W. A. Clark, James 
Coutts, George M. Crofts, W. H. Forster, Charles Gray, J. C. Lee, 
Thomas Malone, D. T. Patterson, G. Wallace, Henry Main, T. H. Davidson, 
J. S. Young, William Clark, Donald Dow ; Arbroath — Norman Anderson, 
J. Angus, J. Donald, A. S. Fairweather, R. C. Farquhar, A. C. Hewit, 
D. Kinmond, W. Macgregor, A. Mailer, G. R. Thomson ; Perth — George 
Brown, A. T. Charnley, G. Dalgleish, David Gorrie, G. J. Matthews, 
J. F. MacRitchie, W. Steele, J. K. Taylor, D. T. Turner, W. Wake; 
Employers' Representatives, Women, Dundee — Mrs Halley, Mrs T. 
Himsworth, Miss C. Robertson, Mrs Tough, Miss M. Cathro, Miss M. M. 
Boath, Miss Aitken ; Perth — Miss Catherine Kennaway, Mrs Sophia Lewis, 
Miss Annie M. Nor well, Mrs W. Wood, Miss Sarah Falls, Miss Brown ; 
St Andrews — Miss A. Pringle ; Arbroath — Miss M. Strachan, Mrs T. Scott. 
Workpeople's Representatives, Men, Dundee — J. W. Calvert, Stewart Gibson, 
Gavin Martin, D. Douglas, P. Thorns, John Walker, W. G. Strachan, 
D. M'Lean, J. Whyte, A. Scott, J. Kenneth, A. Kydd, E. Ramsay, 

D. Russell, James Walker; Arbroath — James Cant, Alexander Edie, 
W. E. Lawson, James P. Reid, J. K. Sim, John Souttar, D. O. Dowall, 
W. S. Boath, R. Baird, S. Elrick, J. Killacky, James Marshall; Perth- 
James Anderson, J. Christie, R. Fairley, John Kay, Charles Robinson, 
Edward Roscoe, James Small ; Brechin — J. C. Hendry. Workpeople's 
Representatives, Women, Dundee — Mrs M. Petrie, Miss Jeanie Spence, 
Miss J. M'Gregor; Perth — Mrs Jemima Buchan, Miss Jean Lumsden, Miss 

E. J. Robson, Miss J. C. Taylor, Miss M. Adam, Miss M. Banks, Miss J. 
Macintosh ; Forfar — Miss Agnes Stewart. 

Local Office, Employment Exchange, 54 Dock street. Manager, 
W. Duns. 

Local Agencies — Broughty Ferry and Monifieth, J. Johnston, 161 Brook 
street, Broughty Ferry; St Andrews, R. Studley, Market street, St 
Andrews ; Tayport, G. W. Glendinning, Tay street, Tayport. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT LOCAL EMPLOYMENT COMMITTEE, 
established by Ministry of Labour in connection with the Employment 
Exchange. — Sir Alexander Spence (Chairman), John Walker (Vice- 
Chairman), Miss M. A. D. Bruce, Miss J. Spence, Mrs M. Petrie, D. A. 
Douglas, William M'Farlane, W. Forster, J. Kenneth, D. R. Kidd, 
J. Kydd, W. M. Scott, P. Ewart Jack, J. F. Sime, James Walker, 
Gavin Martin, D. K. Smith, J. R. Smith, D. M'Lean, Alex. O'Neill, T. H. 
Davidson, George Butter, Robert Blackwood, Andrew Johnstone, D. T. 
Patterson, J. W. A. Wilson, J. R. L. Halley. Secretary, W. Duns, 54 
Dock street. 

Sob-Committee for Women's AYoric— Mrs T. Himsworth, Mrs White, 
Miss Gill, Miss Yule, Miss V. D. Donnet, Mrs Halley, Miss J. Spence, Mrs 
Petrie, Miss C. Robertson, Mrs L. Miller, Miss Cautherley, Miss M. Steel. 
Secretary, W. Duns. 



MUNICIPAL LISTS. 55 

Dundee Juvenile Advisory Committee. — Chairman, Garnet D. "Wilson ; 
Vice-Chairman, David Allan ; nominated by Dundee Education Committee, 
David Allan, Miss E. T. Bell, Dean J. B. Jobberns, A. J. Smith ; nominated 
by the Education Institute of Scotland, Miss R. O. Gibson, John M 'Hardy, 
John L. Peters, Joseph Tyrrell ; Representatives of Employers, John 
Crighton, Sir William Henderson, J. C. Lee, Henry Main, Miss C. Robertson; 
Representatives of Workpeople, D. A. Douglas, James Grady, Edgar Ramsay, 
H. Macgregor, G. Martin, Miss J. Spence ; Persons specially interested in 
Boys and Girls, Mrs Allan, T. Whyte. Secretary, Miss M. C. Hoeck, 
Employment Exchange, 54 Dock street. 

Dundee Juvenile Organisations Committee.— Hon. Chairman, 
H. Boyd Martin; Chairman, James A. Forbes; Vice-Chairmen, Miss E. T. 
Bell, John Muir, M.A. ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, J. Armstrong Barry, 
6 Panmure street. 

OLD AGE PENSIONS (1908-1924 Acts).— Statutory conditions for receipt 
of an Old Age Pension are: — (1) Applicant must have attained the age of 
70 years ; (2) must have been 10 years a British subject, for 12 years after 
attaining the age of 50 have had his residence in the United Kingdom, and 
if not born a British subject, have had sucli residence for 20 years ; (3) 
yearly means must not exceed £49 17s 6d. The Old Age Pensions Act, 1924, 
provides for the deduction from the total means of any amount not exceeding 
£39 a year, or £78 per annum in the case of a married couple living 
together in the same house derived from any source other than earnings. 

Pension per Week, 
Where the yearly means do not exceed £26 5s per annum ... 10s Od 

Exceed £26 5s, but do not exceed £31 10s 

£31 10s „ „ £36 15s 

£36 15s ,, „ £42 0s 

£42 0s ,, ,, £47 5s 

£47 5s „ „ £49 17s 6d 

£4917s6d 

Claimants may apply not more than four months before becoming 
eligible. 

The Dundee Local Pension Committee consists of all the members of the 
Town Council, and these have delegated their powers and duties to the 
following Sub-Committees : — Eastern Division, the representatives of Wards 
I., IV., V.. XII. ; Western Division, the representatives of Wards II., VIII., 
IX. ; Northern Division, the representatives of Wards VI., VII. ; Lochee 
Division, the representatives of Ward III., Lord Dean of Guild and D. 
Mitchell ; Broughty Ferry Division, the representatives of Wards X. and 
XI. 

Clerk to Local Pension Committee and to Western and Lochee Divisions 
Sub-Committees, W. H. Blyth Martin, City chambers ; Clerk to Eastern 
and Northern Divisions Sub-Committees, David Latto, City chambers ; 
Clerk to Broughty Ferry Sub-Committee, William Luke, 1 Shore terrace, 
and Municipal buildings, Broughty Ferry. 

Old Age Pension Office, Customhouse, Dock street. 

BLIND PERSONS' PENSIONS.— Subject to the two following exceptions 
the conditions for the grant of pensions to persons who are so blind as to be 
unable to perform any work for which eyesight is essential are the same as 
for old age pensions under the Old Age Pensions Acts, 1908 to 1924. 

The two exceptions are : — (1) A blind person must have reached the age of 
50, instead of 70, as in the case of old age pensions ; and (2) A blind person, 
if a natural-born British subject, must have resided in the United Kingdom 
for at least 12 years since the age of 30, instead of since the age of 50. 





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WIDOWS', ORPHANS', AND OLD AGE CONTRIBUTORY PEN- 
SIONS. — Under the Widows', &c, Contributory Pensions Acts, 1925 to 
1932, pensions are payable without reference to means or nationality. 

The persons affected at present include : — 

1. A man or woman who attains age 65 and satisfies the requisite national 
insurance qualifications. 

2. A wife, on attaining age 65, whose husband is entitled to a pension 
under (1). 

3. A widow (a) whose husband died after 3rd January 1926 ; (b) whose 
husband died before 4th January 1926, and who has a child under age 16, 
and who satisfies the requisite insurance qualifications. 

4. A widow, who has attained age 55, whose husband died before 4th 
January 1926, and had at some time within 3 years of his death, or if he 
lived to the age of 70, within 3 years before he attained that age, a normal 
occupation for which national insurance contributions are now payable. 

Children's allowances and orphans' pensions are also payable. 

Further information may be received from the District Inspector, Depart- 
ment of Health for Scotland, 29 Bank street, Dundee. 

Application forms for all pensions may be had at any Post Office. 

SHOPS ACTS, 1912 to 1934— CLOSING ORDERS.— All shops carrying 
on the retail trades or businesses aftermentioned in the City and Royal 
Burgh of Dundee shall be closed for serving customers throughout the year 
as under, viz. : — 

Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur. Fri. Sat. 

Butchers, 7 7 17 7 7 

Ironmongers and Hardware Merchants, 7 7 18 7 8 

Watch and Clock Makers and Dealers, 8 8 18 8 9 

Jewellers, Opticians, Hatters, Tailors, 

Clothiers, Outfitters, 8 8 1 8 8 9 

Boot and Shoe Retailers, 7 7 1 8 7 8 

China, Crystal, Stoneware, Fancy 
Goods, Toy, and Indiarubber Mer- 
chants, 8 8 18 8 9 

Grocers, Tea and Provision Merchants, 7 7 17 8 8 

Drapers, Hosiers. Glovers, Milliners, 

Children's Outfitters 8 8 18 8 9 

Pharmacists, Chemists, Druggists — 
except as regards the sale of medicines 

and medical and surgical appliances, ... 8 S 1 8 8 9 
Barbers and Hairdressers, ... ... 8 8 18 8 8 

Where the occupier of any shop elects to close for the Weekly Half -Holiday 
on Saturday instead of Wednesday, the closing hour on Wednesday shall be 
such as corresponds with the closing hour of an ordinary week-night. For 
Boot and Shoe Retailers ; Grocers, Tea and Provision Merchants ; Iron- 
mongers and Hardware Merchants ; Barbers and Hairdressers ; Watch and 
Clock Makers and Dealers ; Jewellers and Opticians ; Hatters, Tailors, 
Clothiers and Outfitters ; China, Crystal, Stoneware, Fancy Goods, Toy, and 
Indiarubber Merchants; Drapers, Hosiers, Glovers, Milliners, and Children's 
Outfitters ; Pharmacists, Chemists and Druggists, the closing hour on Satur- 
day shall be 1.30 p.m. 

Fruiterers and Florists. — 

All shops within the area consisting of Perth road, Nethergate, Union 
street, Whitehall crescent, High street, Murraygate, King street, Princes 
street, Albert street, Dura street, and Victoria road in which the retail trade 
or business of a Fruiterer and Florist is carried on shall be closed for the 
Weekly Half -Holiday on Wednesday at 2 p.m. If Saturday is selected, the 
closing hour is 1.30 p.m. 



MUNICIPAL LISTS. 57 

Fish Merchants. — 

All shops within fa) that central area bounded on the east by a straight 
line from the river Tay to the centre line of Commercial street, then by the 
centre lines of Commercial street, Murraj-gate, and "Wellgate to the centre 
line of Bain square, continued by a straight line drawn at right angles, and 
in an easterly direction to its junction with the centre line of King street, 
thence by the centre lines of King street and King's road. On the north by 
the centre lines of Victoria road, Bell street, and West Bell street, and on 
the west by Court House square, Lindsay street, and South Lindsay street, 
and then along and including the north side of Nethergate to its junction 
with Long wynd, thence south by Sea wynd in a straight line to the river 
Tay ; and (b) the whole of Broughty Ferry, being the tenth and eleventh 
wards of the Burgh of Dundee, carrying on the retail trade or business of 
Fish Merchant shall be closed for the weekly half -holiday on Wednesday at 
1 p.m. throughout the year (or in the option of the shopkeeper — Saturday) ; 
and all shops carrying on the retail trade or business of Fish Merchant in all 
that part of the City and Royal Burgh of Dundee not included in the above 
areas shall be closed for the weekly half -holiday on Monday at 1 p.m. 
throughout the year (or in the option of the shopkeeper — Saturday). 

Tobacconists. — 

All shops within that central area bounded by a straight line from the 
river Tay up to and including the Dundee and Arbroath Joint Railway 
Company's East Station, thence by and including the north side of East 
Dock street, along Trades lane, and including east side of St Andrew's street, 
thence in a westerly direction by way of and including north side of Cowgate 
to its junction with Wellgate, and thence by a straight line in a northerly 
direction (including both sides of Wellgate) to the centre line of Victoria 
road, and thence westward and southward by the centre line of Victoria 
road, Bell street, West Bell street, Courthouse square, North Lindsay street, 
and South Lindsay street to its junction with Nethergate, thence west- 
wards by way of and including north side of Nethergate and Perth road 
to Airlie Place, and thence in a straight line southwards to the river Tay, 
carrying on the retail trade or business of Tobacconist shall be closed for 
the Weekly Half-Holiday on Wednesday at 1 p.m. throughout the year (or 
in the option of the shopkeeper — Saturday). 

Where any business other than the above-named is carried on in any shop 
to which an Order applies, such shop may be kept open after the closing 
hour for such particular business alone provided that (a) after the said 
closing hour there shall be exhibited on exterior and in interior of shop, 
notices in letters not less than 2 inches in size, — "Shops Act, 1912. This 

shop is closed for to-day, except for the sale by retail of " ; (b) so far 

as practicable, no goods ordinarily forbidden to be sold at such time shall be 
exhibited either inside or outside the shop. 

Customers may be served on any day after the closing hour with victuals, 
stores, or other necessaries for a ship on her arrival at or immediately before 
her departure from the port. 

There are excepted from the above specified evening-closing hours the 
following periods, viz., for Ironmongers and Hardware Merchants, Boot and 
Shoe Retailers, the week immediately preceding Dundee Annual Holidays, 
and for all other trades or businesses enumerated above, except Fruiterers 
and Florists, Fish Merchants, and Tobacconists — Thursday and Friday in the 
week immediately preceding the Dundee Annual Holiday Week, and the 
period from 18th to 31st December, and the day preceding a public holiday ; 
and as respects Barbers' and Hairdressers' Shops, the 1st and 2nd January 
in each year. 

All other trades or businesses not enumerated above, in terms of the Shops 
(Hours of Closing) Act, 1928, must close for the serving of customers at 8 p.m. 
on week nights, other than Saturdays, when the closing hour is 9 p.m. The 
weekly half-holiday to be in accordance with the requirements of the Shops 
Act, 1912, or any other Act or Order relating to the closing of shops. 
Alexander A. Russell, Chief Shop Inspector, 17 West Bell street. 



58 MUNICIPAL LISTS. 

LANDS VALUATION AND REGISTRATION OF VOTERS ACTS — 
City Assessor, Surveyor of Rating, and Registration Officer, S. E. F. Reid, 
8 City square. 



REGISTER OF VOTERS AT 15th 


OCTOBER 1935 










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9,948 


7345 


87 


2 


3067 


2994 


2267 


4208 


4081 


2976 


7,275 


7,075 


5243 


34 


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4410 


4329 


3301 


5711 


5636 


4161 


10,121 


9,965 


7462 


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4797 


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3517 


6596 


6504 


4637 


11,393 


11,244 


8154 


61 


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4194 


4131 


3211 


5666 


5617 


4265 


9,860 


9.748 


7476 


51 


6 


4686 


4613 


3325 


5650 


5578 


4017 


10,336 


10,191 


7342 


51 


7 


4699 


4626 


3599 


6184 


6150 


4600 


10,883 


10,776 


8199 


51 


8 


5055 


499C 


3836 


6779 


6710 


5051 


11,834 


11,700 


8887 


54 


9 


4985 


4912 


3746 


7107 


7010 


5070 


12,092 


11,922 


8816 


53 


10 


1157 


112£ 


877 


1853 


1813 


1290 


3,010 


2,942 


2167 


32 


11 


1907 


1868 


1546 


2758 


2703 


2050 


4,665 


4,571 


3596 


33 


12 


5545 


5468 


4097 


6924 


6848 


5083 


12,469 


12,316 


9180 


47 




49,150 


48,380 


36,680 


64,877 


64,018 


47,187 


114,027 


112,398 


83,867 


590 



OAR PARKING PLACES. 

DAY PARKING. 

t ALLAN STREET — on west side, lengthwise. 

t BELL STREET— on south side, lengthwise. 

t COURT HOUSE SQUARE — on west side, lengthwise. 

EAST DOCK: STREET — east end, on south side, lengthwise. 
t EAST DOCK STREET — west end, on north side, lengthwise. 
t MARSHALL STREET, LOCHEE — on east side, lengthwise. 

MARKET STREET — on west side, end on. 
t NORTH LINDSAY STREET — on west side, lengthwise. 
t PANMURE STREET — on south side, lengthwise. 
t RIVERSIDE DRIVE — east end, on south side, lengthwise. 
t TANNADICE STREET — on north side, end on. 
t VICTORIA ROAD — west end, on south side, end on. 
t WEST BELL STREET — on north side, lengthwise. 

NIGHT PARKING. 

t ARTHURSTONE TERRACE — on north side, lengthwise, after 6 p.m. 

t CRICHTON STREET — on west side, end on, after 7 p.m. 

t CASTLE STREET — on west side, lengthwise, after 7 p.m. 

t DOCK ST. (east of Shore ter.) — on north side, lengthwise, after 6 p.m. 

t DOCK ST. (west of Shore ter.) — on north side, lengthwise, after 6 p.m. 

t ERSKINE STREET — on west side, end on, after 6 p.m. 

t EXCHANGE STREET — on north side, lengthwise, after 7 p.m. 

t PANMURE STREET — on north side, end on, after 5.30 p.m. 

t VICTORIA ROAD — on north side, lengthwise, after 6.30 p.m. 

t WHITEHALL STREET — on west side, lengthwise, after 7 p.m. 

t WHITEHALL CRESCENT — on north side, lengthwise, after 7 p.m. 

At these marked t cars may be parked without lights. 

Limits of Parking Places are specified by Parking Signs. 



( 59 ) 



JUDICIAL LISTS. 

REGISTRATION OF VOTERS INQUIRY.— This Inquiry or Court is 
held in the Registration Office, 8 City square, at such times as are fixed by 
the Registration Officer, five clear days' notice being given to the various 
persons affected. 

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY.— Courts for the trial of criminal cases 
in Angus, and disposal of certain appeals from the Sheriff Court, are held 
within the Court House, Dundee, at such times as may be necessary. 

SHERIFF COURT— DUNDEE DISTRICT.— Court Rooms, Sheriff-Clerk's 
Office, and Procurator-Fiscal's Office, in the Court buildings, West Bell 
street. Small Debt Court held on Tuesdays, at 10.30 forenoon ; Summary 
Removing Court held on Tuesdays and Fridays at 10.30 a.m. ; and Ordinary 
Court on AVednesdays and Fridays, at 10.30, during the Session. Courts are 
held during the vacation, of which the dates are fixed before close of Session. 

D. P. Blades, K.C., Sheriff -Principal ; R. C. Malcolm, M.A., LL.B., 
Advocate, Sheriff - Substitute ; Christopher J. Bisset, Sheriff - Clerk and 
Auditor of Court; A. G. Tait, H. L. Williamson, Sheriff-Clerk Deputes; 
A. J. Findlay, Auditor of Court ; D. J. Henry, Procurator-Fiscal ; Clement 
F. M. Burrell, Depute Procurator-Fiscal ; J. C. Buist, James Allison, C. H. 
Marshall, Robert Hendry, J. B. Ballingall, W. H. Blyth Martin, Samuel S. 
Goudie, E. W. Neish, C. C. Duncan, R. Steven, John Thornton, Hon. 
Sheriff - Substitutes ; John Cruickshank, Bar Officer. 

The Sheriff-Clerk's Office is open from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. every lawful day, 
except Saturdays, when it is closed at 1 p.m. 

BURGH OR BAILIE COURT.— Held in the Burgh Court Room, City 
chambers, 14 City square, for summary removals only, every Thursday at 
9.30 a.m. The Bailies, Judges ; the Town Clerk, Assessor. Officers, Charles 
Rennie, Christopher Lyall, Christopher Lyall, jun., Douglas Keith, William 
A. Stewart, Alexander Moyes, and Mrs Barbara R. Fenton. 

POLICE COURT.— Held in Police Court Room, West Bell street, every 
lawful morning at 9.30. The Magistrates of the Burgh, Judges; Archibald 
Bell, Procurator- Fiscal ; William H. Blyth Martin, Assessor and Clerk of 
Court; David Latto, Robert M'Gill, Deputy Assessors ; Douglas T. Home, 
Ivan B. M. Chalmers, Alexander Gilruth, Alexander Gilroy, Agents for 
Prisoners ; Probation Officers — William Devine, Joseph O'Keetfe, Major 
Edmonston, Joseph Fisher, and David Donald. 

A Court is held in Municipal Buildings, Broughty Ferry, at 8.30 a.m., 
when occasion arises. 

CHILDREN'S COURT, Burgh Court Room, City chambers, 14 City 
square, 10 a.m., alternate Saturdays, or as occasion requires. Magistrate 
presiding at Police Court presides at this Court. 

GUILD COURT.- Lord Dean of Guild C. H. Marshall, Judge; Charles 
Rennie, Officer ; J. Murray Wilkie, 27 Bank street, Assessor and Clerk of 
Court. 

QUARTER SESSIONS OF THE PEACE— For the County of the City 
op Dundee. — Statutory Meetings of the Justices in Quarter Sessions are 
held in the Court Room, City chambers, on first Tuesday of March, May, and 
August, and last Tuesday of October. Clerk, John L. Stevenson, 46 Reform st. 

COURT OF APPEAL FROM LICENSING COURT.— Meets on the 
first Tuesday of May and the second Tuesday of November in each year, in 
the Court Room, City chambers, at 11 a.m. Members of Court, the Lord 
Provost and Magistrates, and Miss Air, John Reid, B. L. Nairn, D. A. 
Anderson, Sir Alexander Spence, Thomas Russell, A. R. Mechan, J. S. 
Lumsden, David Mudie. Clerk, John L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 



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JUDICIAL LISTS. 



FACULTY OF PROCURATORS AND SOLICITORS IN DUNDEE.— 
(Incorporated by lloyal Charter in 1820). — J. A. Kyd, Preses and Dean; 
Hubert Carlton, Vice-Preses and Vice-Dean ; J. Armstrong Barry, 6 Panmure 
street. Secretary and Treasurer. 

Members of Facult}'. Those marked * are Notaries Public, and are competent to act 
as Commissioners for taking' affidavits to be used in English and Irish Courts. 



Adam, D. K., 34 Reform street 
Agnew, Thomas, 5 Bank street 
Allan, Charles F., 84 Commercial st 
*Allison, James, 8 South Tay street 
Anderson, C. Boyd, 7 Whitehall cres. 



*M'Grady, C. A., 18 Commercial street 
M'Intyre, Daniel, 1 Albert square 
M'Kenna, Geo. A., 45 Commercial st. 
M'Kerchar, James Laurie, 1 Bank st. 
Marshall, C. H., 97 Seagate 



Barry, J. Armstrong, 6 Panmure street Martin, W. H. Blyth, City chambers 
•Bell, Archibald, 54 Commercial street'Matthewson, Ronaleyn W., 1 Bank 



Bisset, Christian J., 8 Richmond ter 
*Bisset, Christopher J., Courthouse 

buildings 
*Blackadder, D., 32 Castle street 
Bond, John R., 73 Murraygate 
Burden, D. M., 20 Whitehall street 
Calder, D. R., 27 Bank street 
Carlisle, A. W., 54 Commercial street 
Carlton, Hubert, 13a Ward road 
Carlton, Hugh J. , 13a Ward road 
Carmicbael, Daniel, 7 Ward road 
Clarke, D., 31 Reform street 
Davie, J. H., 94 Commercial street 
Dickie, Bruce W., 11 Whitehall street 
*Dickie, W. B., 11 Whitehall street 
•Dickie, W. B., jun., 11 Whitehall 

street 
*Donald, George R., 1 Bank street 
•Douglas, Thomas K. , 13 Albert square 
Drever, Thomas P., 3 S. Lindsay st. 
Drever, W. S. , 2 Dalgleish road 
Drummond, David, 11 Whitehall st. 
*Duncan, Charles C, 41 Reform street 
Duncan, P. F., 41 Reform street 
*Fenton, James, 4 High street 
Fenton, N. M., 4 High street 
*Fergusson, J. M., 20 Whitehall street 
Fergusson, Robert M., 20 Whitehall 

street 
Fettes, A. D. R., 31 Reform street 
Gilchrist, John G., 9 Ward road 
Gowans, David, 45 Commercial street 
Graham, F. B., 61 Reform street 
*Graham, J. A., 2 Union street 
Husband, James, 15 Cowgate 
Husband, J. W., 15 Cowgate 
•Husband, Peter F., 15 Cowgate 
*Johnston, Peter R., 46 Reform street 
Johnston, P. W., 34 Reform street 
Johnston, Stephen, 34 Reform street 
Kinnear, George A., 3 King's road 
*Kyd, James A., 1 Albert square 
Latto, David, City chambers 
Laverock, John Wilson, 16 Bank street 
Laverock, Thomas, 16 Bank street 
Macdougall, W. D., 64 Reform street 
Mackenzie, J. D. , 5 Bank street 
M'Gill, William, London 



street 

May, Robert S., 31 Reform street 
•Melville, Lawrence, 61 Reform street 
Mitchell, W. L., 11 Whitehall street 

Moncur, W. L., 9 Ward road 
Moon, Frederick W., 15 Albert square 
•Morrison, F. H., 10 Whitehall street 
Ore, John M., 6 Panmure street 

Patterson, David, 1 Albert square 
Pearson, John, 7 Ward road 
Riddell, John, 41 Reform street 
Robbie, Edward, 4 High street 
Robertson, Harry W., 13 Albert square 
Robertson, Norman D., 9 Ward road 
Robertson, B. Lindsay, 1 Albert square 
Ross, John. 61 Reform street 
Scarlett, W. C, Crawford lodge 

Scott, C. M., 20 Whitehall street 
Scott, John C, 20 Whitehall street 
Scrimgeour, J. M., 54 Seagate 
Simpson, E. R., 12 Bank street 
•Simpson, James, 12 Bank street 
Simpson, J. Gordon, 87 Commercial 

street 
Skinner, Charles, 4 High street 
Slidders, Alfred A., 10 Whitehall st. 
Small, W. F., 5 Bank street 

Smith, Alfred, 6 Panmure street 
Smith, H. Craigie, 10 Rankine's court 
Smith, R. H., 293 Brook street, Bro. 

Ferry 
Soutar, Charles, 7 Ward road 
Steven, Robert, 62 Seagate 
Steven, R. R, 62 Seagate 
Stevenson, John L., 46 Reform street 
Strachan, John R., 29 Union street 
Strachan, John S., 29 Union street 
Third, J. B., 32 Bank street 
*Thomson, John, 87 Commercial street 
Thornton, George, 15 Albert square 

Thornton, John, 15 Albert square 
Tweedie, Alexander, 51 Murraygate 
•Urquhart, Douglas D., 148 Nether- 
gate 
Weatherhead, L. B., 34 Reform street 
*Weir, William L., 4 High street 
Wilkie, J. Murray, 27 Bank street 
Young, D, O., Carnoustie 



(For Complete List of Solicitors and Notaries, see Trades and Professions Section.) 



JUDICIAL LISTS. 



61 



JUSTICE OF PEACE SMALL DEBT COURT— For the County op 
the City of Dundee. — The Acting Justices of the Peace for the County of 
the City, Judges. Office, 46 Reform street — Clerk of the Peace, John L. 
Stevenson ; Depute-Clerk, Peter R. Johnston. The Court is held in the 
Court Room, City chambers (off Crichton street), each alternate Monday, at 
11 o'clock forenoon. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE SMALL DEBT COURT— For the Dundee 
District of the County of Angus. — The Acting Justices of the Peace for 
Dundee District, Judges. F. H. Morrison, 10 Whitehall street, Depute-Clerk 
of the Peace and Assessor. 

The Court is held in the Court Room, City chambers, on Monday forenoon 
at 10.45 when required. The Dundee District comprehends the Parishes of 
Dundee, Mains and Strathmartine, Liff and Benvie, Monikie, Monifieth, 
Murroes, Lundie, Auchterhouse, Tearing, Kettins, Newtyle, and Fowlis Easter. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— For 
Abernethy, Mrs, Old Craigie road 
Adams, George, 259 Blackness road 
Aiken, William, 1 Shore terrace 
Aimer, Alex., 173b Strathmartine road 
Air, Miss Margaret, 375 Perth road 
Allan, David, 42 Cobden street, Lochee 
Allan, Robert, 9 West Bell street 
Allan, Mrs, 14 Constitution terrace 
Ames, William M., 15 Glamis drive 
Anderson, Alexander, Bromley, Kent 
Anderson, Alex. B., 37 Nethergate 
Anderson, C. Boyd, 7 Whitehall crescent 
Anderson, David A., Ashton Works 
Anderson, Peter, 101 Rosebank street 
Anderson, W. G., 473 Brook street, B.F. 
Archer, J. B., 54 Church street, B. Ferry 
Balfour, George, M.P. , Chiselhurst, Kent 
Ballingall, William, 9 Dudhope terrace 
Barclay, Andrew, 134 Princes street 
Barclay, George L., 6 Martin street 
Barclay, Grant, 37 Camperdown street, 

Broughty Ferry 
Barnes, Mrs Mary, 237 Strathmartine rd. 
Barrie, Sir Charles C, 49 Meadowside 
Barrie, Joseph J., 2 Glamis road 
Barry, Arthur E. , 4a Victoria road 
Baxter, George, Carmyllie 
Baxter, Lady, Invereighty, Forfar 
Bedson, George D. , City chambers 
Bell, Robert, 2 Norwood crescent 
Bell, T. N. J., Meadow Place buildings 
Bell, Miss Elizabeth T., 58 Abhbank road 
Bisset, C. J., Courthouse, 6 W. Bell st. 
Bisset, D. S., 9 Meadow place buildings 
Bisset, John N., 12 E. Somerville place 
Black, Dr T. Freeman, 1a Stirling street 
Blackwood, Robert, 9 Oxford street 
Blackwood, William, London 
Boase, W. N., Rockwell Works 
Bonar, George, 63 King street 
Boyd, William, Claremont, West Ferry 
Briggs, A. 8., Craigiebarns 
Brown, James S., 1 Balmossie street, 

Barnhill 
Brown, Peter S., 71 Meadowside 
Brown, W. H., 14 Douglas terrace, W.F. 
Bruce, William, 2 Constitution terrace 
Brydie, David, 22 Ancrum road, Lochee 
Buist, Andrew, 484 Perth road 
Buist, Dr Henry, 21 Thomson street 
Buist, J. C, Ward Mills 
Buist, Dr Hobert C, 16 Airlie place 
Buist, W. H. , 15 Albany terrace 
Burgess, Dr William L., 458 Perth road 



the County of the City of Dundee. 
Burnett, George, 15 Inverary terrace 
Caird, Alexander, 7 Lynnewood place 
Cappon, T. Martin, 6 Norwood crescent 
Carnegie, George, 167 Victoria road 
Chisholm, Duncan, lOPanmure street 
Christie, Douglas M., 8 Dalkeith road 
Clark, William, 45 Union street 
Clarke, William, 8 Lime street 
Constable, Miss Mary, 2 Westpark gardens 
Cowper, Ralph C, 13 Fort street 
Cox, J. Ernest, Meadow Place buildings 
Cree, Nathan, London 
Croft, George, 9 Westfield place 
Crooks, W. M., Ardmere, Monifieth 
Crystal, John, 9 Grove road, West Ferry 
Gumming, J. L., 59 Magdalen Yard road 
Dickie, David, 3 Norwood crescent 
Dickie, Miss Jean, 3 Norwood crescent 
Dobson, Patrick, 242 Clepington road 
Donald, George R., 389 Perth road 
Draff en, John J. , 281 Perth road 
Dryden, W. A. S. , 8 Nelson terrace 
Duncan, David, 93 Commercial street 
Duncan, David, 37 Gray street, Aberdeen 
Duncan, George B. , 10 North Grove road, 

West Ferry 
Duncanson, Miss R. H., Maybank, Dal- 

housie street, Carnoustie 
Dunn, William, Kinbrae, West Newport 
Elder, William A. B., 95 Pitkerro road 
Elgood, William A., Station road, East 

Newport 
Ferguson, A. J., 43 Lyon street 
Fletcher, Patrick J., 90 Kinghorne road 
Forwell, Wm., Dalhousie road, B. Ferry 
Fraser, Jas. G. , 5 Kirkton rd. , Downfield 
Gibson, Dr Henry J. C. , 4 Dudhope ter. 
Gillespie, Peter, 54 Alpin road 
Glass, George G., Westmount, View- 
mount road, Wormit 
Goodfellow, Andrew, 204 Hawkhill 
Gosling, Herbert, Edinburgh 
Grant, James, Kingennie house 
Grant, Quintin B. , Royal Bank, 3 High st. 
Gray, James D., 268 Strathmore avenue 
Greig, George A., 60 Monifieth road, 

Broughty Ferry 
Hannigan, Michael T., 82 Bell street 
Harvey, William, 71 Blackness avenue 
Henderson, Daniel, 152 City road 
Henderson, David G., 3 West Bell street 
Henderson, John R., 11 Dudhope terrace 
Henderson, J. Lindsay, 6 Victoria road 
Henderson, Sir William, West Park 



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JUDICIAL LISTS. 



Hennessy, James, 78 Seafield road 
Herd, Thomas, 10 Albany road, Bro. Ferry 
Hood, J. S., Hill orescent, Wormit 
Hood, William, 48 Union street 
Hunt, Frank, 86 Victoria road 
Hntton, James W., 37 Rankine street 
Inglis, James, 47 Glenesk avenue 
Inglis, W. B., Barony hall, Alyth 
Irvine, Sir James C, St Andrews 
Johnston, Geo. A., 6 Adelaide terrace 
Johnston, Thomas, Kirkintilloch 
Johnston, Mrs Isabella W., 6 Adelaide 

terrace 
Kennedy, Francis H. , 10 Panmure street 
Kenny, H., 33 Scott street 
Kidd, AndrewG., 64 Dalkeith road 
Kidd, J. Mollison, 1 Royal Exchange place 
Killacky, Hugh, 95 Dalkeith road 
King, James, 4 Lynnewood place 
Kinnear, Mrs Agnes, 17a Roseangle 
Kynoch, Miss Minnie, 3 Glamis drive 
Lamb, Win. C. , 4 Burn street, Downfield 
Larg, Robert J., 63 Clepington road 
Latto, David, City chambers 
Law, John A., 37 Hyndford street 
Leighton, Alexander, 41 Strathern road, 

West Ferry 
Leng, William C, Waterstone house, W. 

Newport 
Lesslie, Findlay, 200 Ferry road 
Lindsay, J. R., Carolina Port Works 
Little, Alfred C. , 2S High street 
Lockhart, James, Elmwood, South road, 

Lochee 
Loggie, Robert, 32 Westfield road, West 

Ferry 
Loggie, R. J., 11 Panmure street 
Low, John C, Westwood, West Newport 
Low, William, 22 Blackness road 
Lumsden, John S., 1 Somerville place 
MacBain, Alexander B., 4 Whitehall st. 
M'Cabe, Peter, 11 Laurelhank 
Mac Donald, D. J., Hill road, Bro'ty Ferry 
Macdonald, Neil, 11 Rockneld crescent 
Mac Donald, W. R., 15 Constable street 
M'Ewan, Robert A., 19 Lammerton ter. 
M'Farlane, William, 1 Dalgleish road 
M'Gill, William, 66 Queen street, Lon- 
don, E.O.4 
MacGillivray, Dr A., 23 South Tay street 
M'Gregor, John, 8 Wortley place 
M'Intosh, William, 92 Arbroath road 
Mackay, George, 4 Balmyle road, West 

Ferry 
M'Laughlin, Bernard, 73 Hilltown 
Maclennan, John, 8 Panmure terrace 
M'Master, Georges., 290 Strathmore ave. 
Macpherson, Thomas, 302 Strathmartine 

road, Downfield 
Macrae, Alex., 26 Lintrathen gardens 
Main, Henry, 9 Dalgleish road 
Malcolm, Adam. 35 Commercial street 
Malloy, J. J., 17 Hillcrest road 
Malone, Thomas, 33 Mid street 
Marra, Nicholas, 8 Overgate 
Marshall, Charles H., 97 Seagate 
Martin, Robert, 10 Baxter Park terrace 
Martin, W. H. Blyth, City chambers 
Mechan, A. R., 17 South Tay street 
Median , Miss M. H. , 17 South Tay street 
Mill. James, 1 Bell street 
Miller, Thomas L., Redroofs, West Ferry 
Mitchell, David, 16 Ancrum road, Lochee 
Mitchell Mrs, England 



Mudie, David, 49 Clepington road 

Mudie, John 

Muir, John B., 158 Nethergate 

Muir, J., 13 Kirkton road, Downfield 

Nairn. B. L. , 33 Commercial street 

Nicoll, James, 132 Long lane, Broughty 

Ferry 
Nicoll, P. S., 65 Trades lane 
Nicoll, William, 48 St Andrew's street 
Nicoll, W. S. , 305 Clepington road 
Noble, Robert M., 74 Commercial street 
Ogilvie, John, 17 Maryfield terrace 
Ogilvy, Sir H. K., Bart., 5 Bank street 
Parker, William, 8 Reres road, Bro. Ferry 
Parsons, T. G., St Ola, Norrie street, B. 

Ferry 
Paterson, Robert, 38 Baldovan terrace 
Patterson,. David T., 21 Adelaide place 
Pattullo, N. A., Abertay, Broughty Ferry 
Pearson, John, 7 Ward road 
Peebles, David, 34 Whitehall crescent 
Peebles, J. A., 34 Whitehall crescent 
Phillips, C. G. L. , 310 Strathmartine road 
Phin, John, 6 Union terrace 
Powrie, Archibald, 35 Kenilworth avenue 
Prain, James, Larchfield Works 
Prosser, Sir John, 19 York place, Edin- 
burgh 
Rae, Stephen M., 29 Commercial street 
Reid, John, 27 Lintrathen gardens 
Reid, Peter, 2 Rosemount terrace 
Reid, William, 8 Douglas ter., W. Ferry 
Rettie, James, 1 Farington street 
Ritchie, George B., 66 Bell street 
Robb, James B., Whinhurst, Wormit 
Robertson, Charles, 23 Strathern road, 

West Ferry 
Robertson, David L., 94 Victoria road 
Robertson, F. J., 14 Hillcrest road 
Robertson, James, Belsize, Craigie ave- 
nue. West Ferry 
Robertson, John, 27 Victoria road 
Robertson, Robert, Largo villa, Wood- 

muirpark, W. Newport 
Robertson, Thomas W., 96 Commercial 

street 
Rogers, Dr J. S. Y., 7 Wellington street 
Rosemond, John, 1 Marshall st., Lochee 
Ross, James, 27 Commercial street 
Russell, Thomas, 91 Clepington road 
Sandeman, F. D. Stewart, The Laws, 

Kingennie 
Scarlett, William C, 470 Perth road 
Scotland, Miss E. , 23 Blackness avenue 
Scott, James M., 8 Roxburgh terrace 
Scott, John, 24 Albanj' terrace 
Scott, William R., 11 Clepington road 
Scott, W. Moir, 430 Blackness road 
Scrymgeour, Edwin, 92 Victoria road 
Scrymgeour, George, Cadzow, Kirk road, 

West Newport 
Scrymgeour, Norval, Summerfield, Long- 

forgan 
Sime, J. F., 21 Muirfield street, Downfield 
Smith, Alexander, 14 Dock street 
Smith, Major J. R. , 1 Seafield terrace, 

Broughty Ferry 
Smith, Robert R., 23 Farington street 
Smith, Thomas, Edinburgh 
Smith, T. H., Aystree, Broughty Ferry 
Spence, Sir Alexander, 10 Albany terrace 
Spence, John, 3 Drummond street 
Sreenan, Daniel, 325 Clepington road 
Steven, Robert, 62 Seagate 



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Stevenson, Alfred, Anorum Carpet Works 
Stevenson, Mrs Winifred, London 
Stewart, Athole F., Pitalpin Works, 

Lochee 
Stewart, Charles, 2 Union street 
Stewart, George B. , 21 Strathmartine rd. 
Stewart, John M., 44 Strathern rd., West 

Ferry 
Stewart, Thomas, 57 Elm street 
Sturrock, J. L. 

Taylor, William N, 43 Union street 
Templeton, H. T., 26 Pitkerro road 
Thompson, Prof. DArcy, St Andrews 
Thompson, J. Hannay, Harbour chambers 
Thomson, A., 7 Albert road, West Ferry 
Thomson, D. C, 2 Albert square 
Thomson, James, Elmbank, West New- 
port 
Thomson, J. H., 18 Coupar Angus road, 

Lochee 
Thomson, Robert C, 64 Reform street 
Thomson, W. Harold, 2 Albert square 
Thomson, Mrs, 2 Ellieslea rd., Bro. Ferry 
Turnbull, James H., 32 Byron crescent 



Tyrie, Colonel, 474 Perth road 
Urquhart, Alex., 324 Blackness road 
Walker, H. G., Caldrum Works 
Walker, Thomas H. H., Caldrum Works 
Walker, Mrs Harry, 516 Perth road 
Walker, Mrs T. H. H., Tighnamuirn, 

Monifieth 
Watson, George T., Inverbay, Ninewells 
Watson, Robert, 2 Kingsway 
Watson, Thomas W.. 158 Nethergate 
Watson, William, 66 Norbury hill, London 
Webster, Alexander S. , 58 Forfar road 
Webster, Professor Blyth, St Andrews 
Westwood, William, 27 Princes square, 

Glasgow 
Whitton, John B., 53 Seafield road, Bro'ty 

Ferry 
Wighton, Alexander, 64 Reform street 
Williamson, David, 9 Muirfield place, 

Downfield 
Wilson, Garnet D., 2 Murraygate 
Wilson, George, 8 Nelson street 
Wilson, W. F., 66 East Haddon road 
Young, James, 5 Springfield 



Clerk of the Peace — John L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Connected with the Dundee District 
of the County of Angus. — 



Batchelor, F. M., Kelly field 

Bisset, Christopher J., Courthouse, 6 

West Bell street 
Buist, J. C, Ward Mills 
Cameron, Rev. John K., Auchterhouse 
Carnegie, George, 167 Victoria road 
Cochrane, Wm., Kirkton, Auchterhouse 
Cox, Arthur J., Meadow Place buildings 
Dalgetty, Dr A. B., Lossiehall, Lift 
Fenton, James, 4 High street 
Forbes, Rev. W. A., The Manse, Murroes 
Geekie, Robert, 31 Frederick street, Down- 
field 
Hunter, Adam, 22 Meadowside 
Johnston, David, 91 Dundee road, West 

Ferry 
Lyon, William, Nether Drumheads, Kilry, 

Alyth 
Mackay, Alexander, 93 Commercial st. 



Martin, W. H. Blyth, City chambers 
Menzies, W. D. Graham, of Hallyburton, 

Coupar-Angus 
Millar, James, Balcalk, Tealing 
Nicoll, D. S., 2 India buildings 
Ogilvy, Sir H. K., Bart., 5 Bank street 
Pratt, John R., Birkhill 
Rattray, J. M., Viewfirth, Monifieth 
Rogers, J. Y., Rosemill 
Rogers, Miss Hannah A., Rosemill, 

Strathmartine 
Spence, Sir Alexander, 10 Albany terrace 
Steven, Robert, 62 Seagate 
Swan, David, North Grange, Monifieth 
Thomson, D. C, 2 Albert square 
Walker, Mrs Catherine Ewart, Ewartlea, 

Carnoustie 
White, D. W., 1 Bell street 
Wilson, John W. A., Pitairlie, Monikie 



Clerk of the Peace of Angus — T. C. Lowson, 36a Castle street, 
Forfar. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE (Carse Portion of the Perth 
District of the County of Perth).— Alfred W. Cox of Glendoick ; 
General Maitland of Errol Park, Errol ; Major Simpson, Glencarse house, 
Glencarse ; W. B. Dickie, Whitekills, Inchture ; Alex. Graham, Hill, Errol ; 
C. J. G. Paterson of Castle Huntly ; John Prain, Inglewood, Invergowrie ; 
George Mitchell, Knapp, Longf organ ; Duncan M'Ewen, Over Kinfauns ; 
Alfred Tosh, Loch ton, Inchture ; William Tait, Cuba terrace, Errol ; 
Lord Kinnaird, Rossie priory, Inchture; Lady Kinnaird, Rossie priory, 
Inchture ; William G. Walker, Millhill, Inchture ; William Kimm, Annat, 
Errol ; Alexander Moody Stuart of Annat, Ladywell, Errol ; Thomas R. 
Murray, Taybank, Invergowrie ; Andrew Macfarlane, Castle road, Long- 
forgan. Clerk of the Peace for Perthshire, Alexander Stewart, 31 George 
street, Perth. 



64 JUDICIAL LISTS. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE OFFICERS.— Charles Eennie, 12 Bank street 5 
Barbara M. R. Fenton, 80 Xethergate ; Christopher Lyall & Son, 42 Barrack 
street. 

SHERIFF OFFICERS.— James Bisset, SO Xethergate; Douglas Keith, 80 
Xethergate : Charles Rennie, 12 Bank street ; Alexander Moves, 12 Bank 
street ; Christopher Lyall & Son, 42 Barrack street. 

SHERIFF OFFICERS FOR THE COUNTY OF PERTH, Resident in 
Dundee. — Charles Rennie, 12 Bank street; Christopher Lyall & Son, 
42 Barrack street. 

SHERIFF OFFICERS FOR THE COUNTY OF FIFE, Resident in 
Dundee. — Charles Rennie, 12 Bank street ; Christopher Lyall, 42 Barrack 
street. 

MESSEXGEES-AT-ARMS.— Charles Rennie, 12 Bank street ; Christopher 
Lyall, jun., 42 Barrack street. 

CUSTOMS AXD EXCISE, Custom house, Dock street.— Collector, J. D. 
Johnston ; Assistant Collector, C. Atkinson ; Chief Clerk, H. G. AA'em ; 
Higher Clerical Officers, B. AA". Cannon, A. Foster, J. Pritchard; Clerical 
Officers, C. Renwick, W. A. Ruuciman, E. Crapper, R. B. Adamson, H. S. 
Binnie. W. S. Wood, J. Henderson, J. M'Dade, J. H. Beattie, C. G. Fender, 
M. R. Sutherland, S. Sloan, Miss E. S. Beimet, Miss M. E. D. Bosomworth, 
Miss A. H. T. Xeilson. 

Surveyor (Customs), R. E. Barbour; Officers (Customs), J. Begbie, L. John- 
ston, R. R. Smith, G. E. Watt, A. M. Curie, J. A. Rioch, F. Batchelor, 
AV. Campbell, W. G. E. Browu. A. AY. Symon; Clerical Officer, AY. C. Minns; 
(Excise), K. Mackie. 

Chief Preventive Officer, AY. Bain ; Preventive Officers, G. X. Taylor, 
AY. AY. Gaillie, R. Hope ; Assistant Preventive Officers, G. J. Adam, 
J. G. Bodman, G. P. Donaldson, G. H. Pearson, D. Shields. 

AYoman Pension Officer, Miss R. E. Harrison. Housekeeper Messenger, 
J. MacLean ; L T nestablished Messenger, AA X . Sidey. 

Surveyor (Excise), T. Seel; Officers (Excise), AY. F. Lane, AA T . B. Murdoch, 
A. Swayne. Office, 5 Cowgate. 

H.M. INSPECTORS OF TAXES.— Dundee 1st District, 5 City square— 
T. J. O'Connor. Dundee 2nd District, 5 City square — D. Matheson. Dundee 
3rd District, 5 City square — J. A. Aitken. Dundee 4th District, 5 City 
square — J. Fitzgerald. 

Clerk to Income Tax Commissioners — George Blair, 32 Bank street. 

Assessor of Income Tax — George Myles, 32 Bank street. 

IXLAXD REATEXUE, 31 Bank street.— Collector of Taxes, J. F. 
M'ELinnon; Deputy Collector of Taxes, J. Shore; Assistant Collector of 
Taxes, T. Galloway. 

H.M. INSPECTORS OF FACTORIES— District Office, 29 Bank street 
(comprising Counties of Angus, Perth, and Kincardine). — H.M. Inspector 
in charge (to whom all communications should be addressed), T. P. Threlkeld, 
29 Bank street ; Staff, Miss N. L. Forster and J. K. Mitchell; Dr A. Sydney 
Campbell, 297 Perth road, H.M. Certifying Factory Surgeon. 

JURIDICAL SOCIETY— Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Melville M. 
Fisher, 293 Brook street, Broughtv Ferry. 



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BANKING AND INSURANCE LISTS. 



BANKING COMPANIES AND AGENTS.- 



Bank of Scotland, 36 Reform street, 
(See Adv.) 
,, 2 Albert st. and 61 Dock st., 

Bank of Scotland Dundee Nominees, Ltd.; 

Registered Office, 34 Reform street, 
British Linen Bank, 35 Murraygate, - 
, , 40 Nethergate, - 

,, 39 Westport, 

Clydesdale Bank, Ltd., High street, 
(See Adv.) 21 Victoria rd. 

Commercial Bank of Scotland, Ltd. 
S5 Commercial street, 
,, 310 Perth road, 

„ 165Albertst.,325Hilltown 

„ 175 Brook street, B.F., 

National Bank of Scotland Ltd., 
71 Reform street, - - - - 
,, 115 Hilltown, 12 Strathmartine rd., 
„ 16 Cowgate, - - - . - 
North of Scotland Bank. Ltd., 
24 High street, - 
,, 3 Meadowside, 

,, 93 High street, Lochee, 

„ 89 G ray st. , Bro. Ferry, 

Royal Bank of Scot., 3 High st. (See Adv. ) 
,, Branch 53 Murraygate, 
22 King street, 
36 Westport, 
260 Perth road, - 
9 Strathmartine rd. , 
138 Albert street, - 
122 High st., Lochee, 
288 Brook st., B.F., 
532 Strathmartine 
road. Down field 
Union Bank of Scotland, Ltd., 
2 Panmure street, 
„ „ Branch 113 Nethergate, 

Dundee Saving-s Bank. — Head Office, 2 Euclid street. Hours — 
Monday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ; Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. : other days 10 a.m. to 
3 p.m.; Monday and Friday evenings, 6 to 8. Branch Offices — 1 Stirling 
street, 146 Princes street, 181 Hawkhill, 271 Clepington road ; 55 High 
street, Lochee ; and 84 Fort street, Broughty Ferry ; 1 3 and 15 Castle 
street, Tayport — all open at 10 a.m. (same hours as head office, with excep- 
tion of Monday morning at 9, and Tayport office, "Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 
1 p.m., and Saturday evening 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., instead of Friday). Actuary, 
A. Lewis Ross. (See Adv.) 



John Nicoll 

W. W. Campbell, Sub-Agent 
James Macdonell 

William Stewart, Secretary 

James White 

John Scott 

J. E. D. Jewell 

William Walker 

Forbes Allan 

Angus Gunn 
H. M. Fowlie 
A. S. G. Thomson 
Andrew King 

J. Gilbert Fleming 
George R. Little 
J. G. Lindsay 

James D. Davidson 
Adam Johnston 
James Nicoll 
Andrew Aitken 
Quintin B. Grant 
John W. G. Martin 
T. R. D. Prentice 
Frank G. D. Scott 
John Mackintosh 
John Stiven 
Thomas Houston 
James C. M'Lean 
Arthur B. Russell 

John Stiven 

James Dickie 
George S. Walker 



FIRE AND LIFE, &c, INSURANCE COMPANIES AND AGENTS. 



Alliance Assurance Co., Ld. 

64 Reform street ; John Russell, Local 
Manager 

Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd. (Fire, Life, 
and Accident) 
F. G. Dewar, 6 Panmure st. , Dist. Secy. 

Automotor Finance, Ltd. 
10 Panmure street 



Beacon 

Hector Shepherd, 11 Ward rd., Br. Mgr. 
Britannic Assurance Co., Ld. 

31 Wellerate (Telephone Xo. 6482) ; Jas. 

Scott, District -Manager : 6 Panmure 

street (Telephone No. 5636); E. W. 

French, A.C.I. I., District Manager 

British Engine, Boiler, and Electrical 

Branch Office, 31 Albert square ; A. 

Colquhoun, Resident Secretary 



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BANKING AND INSURANCE LISTS. 



British General 
J. Seth Rumgay, 3 Seagate, Res. Secy. 

British Law (Fire, Accident, &c). 
(See Adv.) 
J. A. & T. Graham, 2 Union street 
J. & J. Ogilvie, 13 Albert square 
Neill & Gibb, Arbroath 

Caledonian (Fire, Life, Accident, 
Burglary, Marine) 
Office, 35 Albert sq.; A. W.Kennedy, Sec. 

Canada Life 

Branch Office, 30 Meadowside. Local 
Branch Manager, Robert S. Sim 
Car Corporation of Great Britain, Ltd. 

12 Victoria chambers 
Car and General 
David Russell, 45 Commercial street, 
Resident Inspector 
Car Services, Ltd. 

45 Commercial street 
Century 
Branch Office, 83 Commercial street ; 
George Knowles, Local Manager 
City of Glasgow Friendly Society 

Fred Smith, 21 Reform st., Dist. Mangr. 
Clerical, Medical, & General 
Life Assurance Society 
33 Commercial st. (Teleph. No. 4252) 
Colonial Mutual Life 

P. M'Naughton, 11 Barrack st., Agent 
Colonial Mutual Life Assur- 
ance Society, Ltd., of 
Australia 
67 Murraygate ; J. Hutchison, Res. Insp. 
Commercial Union (Fire, Life, 
Accident, Marine). (See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 12 Victoria chambers. 
Local Board of Directors — George 
Webster, R. Lindsay Robertson, P. F. 
Husband, Win. Nairn, A. A. Davidson. 
Local Manager, John W. Melrose 

Co-operative Insurance Society, Ltd. 
Wilfrid E. Taylor, 7 Kingst., Dist. Mngr. 

Cornhill Insurance Co., Ltd. 

D. M. Buist, 61 Meadowside, Local 
Manager 

Drapers' and General Insur. Co., Ltd. 
54 Bell street ; A. S. Ingles, Resident 

Secretary 
Dundee Burial Collecting' 

Society. (See Adv.) 
Office, 2 Bain square. Trustees — Sir 

Alexander Spence, Neil Macdonald, 

William M. Crooks. President, Andrew 

Wilson ; Vice-President, David Steen ; 

Secretary and Treasurer, Jas. Flynn, 

27 Loraine road 
Dundee and District Mutual 

Class. (See Adv.) 
Chas. M. Murdoch, 21 Dock St., Manager 
W. B. Dickie & Sons, 11 Whitehall street 
J. & J. Scrimgeour, 54 Seagate 
J. & J.. Hunter, 1 Albert square 
J. A. & T. Graham, 2 Union street 
Robertson & Taylor, 4 High street 



W. A. Martin & Scott, 21 Reform street 

A. & R. Lickley, 2a King street 

Alex. Neish & Sons, 31 Reform street 

A. B. MacBain, 14 Cowgate 

J. & E. Shepherd, 31 Panmure street 

Edward Cowan & Co., 4 High street 

J. Grafton Lawson & Co., 7 Ward road 

Smith & Moneur, 9 Ward road 

J. G. Sibbald & Son, 25 Commercial st. 

Reid, Johnston, Bell, & Henderson, 34 

Reform street 
Don & Stewart, 2 Union street 
Joseph Wilkie & Co., 27 Bank street 
Clarke & Fettes, 31 Reform street 
M'Kenzie & Campbell, 11 Barrack st. 
A. R. Stenhouse & Partners, 21 Albert sq. 
Brodie & Buchan, 3 King's road 
Joseph Farquhar, 2 Forester street 
G. Burnett, 155 Victoria road 
J. Cram & Sons, 38 Whitehall street 
Hendry & Fenton, 4 High street 
R. D. L. Keith, 14 Barrack street 
T. & J. W. Laverock, 16 Bank street 
J. C. M'Lean, Royal Bank, Lochee 
J. & J. Ogilvie, 13 Albert square 
R. C. Thomson & Murdoch, 64 Reform st. 
Urquhart & M'Walter, 148 Nethergate 
Shield & Kyd, 1 Albert square 
Fergusson & Stephen, 20 Whitehall st. 
J. R. Strachan &, Co. , 29 Union street 
Andrew S. Smart, 10 Reform street 
I. B. Murray & Son, 42 Barrack street 
Eagle, Star, and British 
Dominions 
Branch Office, 13 Panmure st. ; Arthur W. 
Smith, Branch Manager. Local Board 
of Directors, George Bonar, P. S. 
Brown, Alex. Mackay, W. Moir Scott 
Edinburgh Assurance Co., 
Ltd. 
Branch Office, 12 Victoria chambers ; 
John W. Melrose, Local Manager 
Employers' Liability Assur- 
ance Corporation, Ltd. 
(See Adv.) 
Andrew J. Smith, 33 Commercial street, 
District Manager 
Federated Employers' Insurance As- 
sociation, Ltd. 
14 Victoria chambers (Teleph. No. 5539) ; 
W. H. Wanless, Resident Inspector 
Pine Art and General (Fire 
Accident, All Risks, Marine) 
Branch Office, 21 Albert square; W. M. 
Henderson, District Secretary 
Friends Provident and Cen- 
tury Life 
Branch Office, 83 Commercial street ; 
George Knowles, Local Manager 
General Accident Fire and 
Life Assurance Corp., Ltd. 
Branch Office, 59 Reform st. ; J. Grant 
Murray, Branch Manager. Local Board 
of Directors, D. J. MacDonald (Chair- 
man), Wm. Bruce, R. J. Loggie, Sir 
Walter John Morrison-Low, Bt., 
James Simpson 
General Federation of Trade Unions 
(Life Insurance) 
8 Overgate 



BANKING AND INSURANCE LISTS. 



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General Life Assurance Co. 

J. Grant Murray, 59 Reform street, 
Branch Manager 

Guardian (All the Principal Classes 
of Business transacted). (See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 1 Charlotte square, Edin- 
burgh ; D. L. Gibson, Branch 
Manager. Dundee Sub-Branch, 4 
Panmure street (Telephone No. 3978) ; 
D. Gibb Irons, Local Secretary 

Law Union and Rock Insur- 
ance Co., Ltd. (Fire, Life, 
Accident, Sickness, Emploj'ers' 
Liability, Burglary, Fidelity 
Guarantee, Plate Glass, Motor 
Car, Property Owners, Public 
Liability, Loss of Profits by Fire) 
W. B. Dickie & Sons, 11 Whitehall 
street, District Managers; A. T. Boe, 
Resident Inspector 
Edinburgh Branch, 33 St Andrew sq., 
Edinburgh ; Manager, T. G. Maitland 

Legal (Fire, Loss of Profits, Employ- 
ers' Liability, Motor, Engineering, 
Fidelity Guarantee, Glass, Bur- 
glary, Third Party, &c. 
Branch Office, 74 Commercial street ; 
Robert M. Noble, Local Director 

Legal and General (Life, Fire, 
Acoident, Motor) 
71 Meadowside ; J. B. Coupar, Branch 
Manager 

Licenses and General Insur- 
ance Co., Ltd. (All classes of 
Insurance transacted) 
11 Whitehall street (Telephone No. 
5476); James H. P. Tonge, Local 
Manager 

Life Association of Scotland 
Branch Office, 10 Reform street; J. M. 
Cross, Secretary 

Liverpool & London & Globe 

(Fire, Loss of Profits, Accident, 
Life, Marine) 
District Office, 5 Cowgate ; W. R. 
M'Niven, Local Manager 

Liverpool Victoria 

J. C. S. M'Gregor, 49 Meadowside, 
Manager 

London Assurance (Fire, Life, 
Accident, Marine) 
96 and 98 Commercial street (Telephone 
No. 2014) ; T. W. Robertson, Resident 
Secretary 

London Guarantee and Ac- 
cident 

Branch Office, 39 Murraygate ; J. M'Call 
Brown, A.C.I.I., Branch Secretary 
London and Lancashire 

(See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 2 India buildings. Dun- 
dee Board of Directors — W. Campbell 
Scarlett, J. L. Carmichael. Resident 
Secretary, James Knight 



London Life Association, Ltd, 

(See Adv.) 
A. T. Walker, P. C. 1. 1. , 30 George square 
Glasgow, C.2, Local Secretary 

London and Scottish Assurance Cor 
poration, Ltd. 
J. S. Riddell, 110 Commercial st.. Secy 

Motor Union (Motor, Fire, Life, Acci 
dent, Marine) 
Branch Office, 12 Victoria chambers, 
James Robertson, Branch Manager 

National Employers' Mutual 
General 

Branch Office, 21 Dock street ; J. D. 
Stewart, Local Representative 

National Insurance Co. of 
Great Britain, Ltd. (Fire, 
Loss of Profits, Accident, Bur- 
glary, Plate Glass) 
Branch Office, 12 Victoria chambers ; 
John W. Melrose, Branch Manager 

National Mutual Life Asso- 
ciation of Australasia, Ltd. 

(Purely Mutual ; No Shareholders). 
(Low Premiums ; High Bonuses). 
District Office, 180 Hope street, Glas- 
gow ; J. A. Coventon, Dist. Secretary 

National Provident Institution for 
Mutual Life Assurance 
31 Reform sti'eet; A. G. Davidson, 
Resident Inspector 

National Provincial 
51 Meadowside ; J. S. Inglis, Manager 

North British and Mercantile 

(Fire, Burglary, Loss of Profit, 
Accident, Marine, Life, Annuities, 
&c). (See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 21 Albert square ; W. M. 
Henderson, Local Manager 

Northern Assurance (Fire, Mar- 
ine, Accident, Life). (See Adv.) 
Dundee Office, 110 Commercial street. 
Dundee Board of Directors — James 
Barty, LL.B., J. Ernest Cox, LL.D., 
Charles C. Duncan, James Fenton, 
J. A. Kyd, C. H. Marshall, S.S.C. 
Secretary, J. S. Riddell 

Norwich Union Fire and Life 

(Fire, Life, Accident, Motor Car, 
Fidelity, Third Party, Property 
Owners, Burglary, Plate Glass, 
Live Stock, Loss of Profits, 
Engineering). (See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 10 Victoria chambers 
W. S. Whyte, District Manager 

Ocean Accident and Guarantee Cor- 
poration, Ltd. 
Branch Office, 48 Bell street; J. T. 
Stewart, Branch Manager 

Palatine 

Branch Office, 64 Bell street ; C. H. 
Jeffries, Resident Inspector 



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BANKING AND INSURANCE LISTS 



Pearl Assurance Co. 
District Office, 30a Meadowside; D. 
R. Piatt, District Manager 
Phoenix 
Branch Office, 39 Murraygate ; R. C. 
Kinnison, Local Director : J. M'Call 
Brown, A. C.I. I., Branch Secretary 
Provincial Insurance Co., Ltd. 

54 Bell street ; A. S. Ingles, Resident 

Secretary 
Willison & Scott Fithie, 23 Panmure 
street, Agents 
Prudential 

District Office, Prudential buildings, 31 
Albert square ; A. H. M'Kinnes, Super- 
intendent 
Railway Passengers 
W. M. Henderson, 21 Albert square, 
Local Manager 
Refuge 
District Office, 45 Commercial street ; 
Edward C. Millar and James Young, 
Superintendents 

Road Transport and General Insur- 
ance Co., Ltd. 
13 Panmure street ; J. Webster, Branch 
Manager 

Royal Exchange Assurance 
(Fire, Life, Sea, Accident, Bur- 
glary, Employers' Liability, An- 
nuities, Fidelity Guarantees, 
Third Party, including Ptomaine 
Poisoning Bisk, Motor Car, Plate 
Glass, Live Stock, Consequential 
Loss through Fire, Lift, Boiler, 
Machinery, Single Policy issued 
covering Fire, Burglary, and 
Domestic Servants. The Corpor- 
ation will act as Executor of 
Wills, Trustee of Wills and 
Settlements). (See Adv. ) 
Local Directors — Right Hon. Lord 
Forteviot, H. S. Sharp, J. A. 
Tombazis. Manager, J. S. Inglis ; 
Assistant Manager, J. A. Crawford. 
51 Meadowside (Telephone No. 5161 — 
two lines; Telegrams, "Foxhound") 

Royal Insurance Co., Ltd. 
(Fire, Loss of Profits, Life, Marine, 
Accident, Property Owners' 
Liability, Burglary, Motor Car, 
Fidelity, Employers' Liability, 
Plate Glass, Live Stock, 
Engineering, &c.) 
Branch Offices, 97 and 99 Com- 
mercial street ; Local Board of Direc- 
tors — Chairman, J. Norman Methven ; 
F. F. Macdonald, George Dundas, J. 
Gordon Simpson. Local Manager, 
T. G. A. Miller 

Royal Liver Friendly Society 
M. Richardson, District Manager, 9 
King street 

Royal London Mutual Insurance 
Society, Ltd. 
9 Tally street (Telephone No. 2411) ; 
J. Simpson, Superintendent 



Scottish Amicable Life Assu- 
rance Society 

61 Meadowside ; A. C. M'Lellan, Resi- 
dent Inspector 

Scottish Automobile and General 
District Office, 10 Panmure st. ; Charles 
Graham, A. C.I. I., Branch Manager 

Scottish Boiler Insurance and Engine 
Inspection Company, Limited 
Willison & Scott Fithie, 23 Panmure 
street, District Agents 

Scottish Equitable (Mutual) 
Life 

Office, 6 Panmure street ; Kenneth M. 
Graham, Resident Secretary 

Scottish Insurance Corporation, Ltd. 
(Fire, Life, Accid. , Motor Car, &c. ) 
Office, 11 Panmure st. ; A. R. Davidson, 
Resident Secretary 

Scottish Legal Life Assur. Society 
Office, 51 Murraygate; E. H. Porter.Dist. 
Manager 

Scottish Life 
George Myles, 32 Bank street, Resident 
Secretary 

Scottish Metropolitan Assur. Co., Ltd. 
J. S. Riddell, 110 Commercial street, 
Secretary 

Scottish National Key Regis- 
try and Assurance As- 
sociation, Ltd. (See Adv. ) 
Don & Stewart, C.A., 2 Union street, 
Resident Secretaries ; James Wallace, 
105a Nethergate, District Agent 

Scottish Plate Glass. (See Adv.) 
John Rattray & Sons, 23 Union street 

Scottish Provident Institu- 
tion (Life) 
Office, Scottish Provident buildings, 
49 Meadowside 

Scottish Reversionary Co., 
Ltd. (See Adv.) 
Head Office, 33 Charlotte square, Edin- 
burgh ; A. W. R. Durham, C.A., Mana- 
ger 

Scottish Union and National 

(See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 13 Panmure street ; James 
W. Muir, F.C.I.I., Resident Secretary 

Scottish Widows' Fund and 
Life Assurance Society 

10 Panmure street ; S. M'Guffie, Resi- 
dent Inspector 

Standard Life Assurance Co. 

Branch Office, 5 Bank street ; R. Ayer, 
Resident Inspector 

State (Fire, Accident, and Marine) 
Branch Office, 51-53 Meadowside ; Local 
Directors— Arthur J. Cox, P. W. 
Johnston, James R. Lindsay, K. S. 
Malcolm ; Dist. Manager, J. S. Inglis; 
Resident Inspector, A. M. Simpson 



BANKING AND INSURANCE LISTS. 



69 



Sun Insurance Office, Ltd. 
F. J. Ribbeck, t> Whitehall crescent, 
District Secretary 

Sun Life Assurance Com- 
pany of Canada 

10 Panmure street (Telephone No. 3939) ; 
A. J. Cruickshank, Branch Manager 

Sun Life Assurance Society 

W. Wilson Scott, 6 Whitehall crescent, 
Manager 

Union Assurance Society , Ltd. 

(Fire, Life, Accident, &c.) 
Branch Office, 64-66 Bell street ; R. G. 
Tait, Local Secretary 

Vulcan Boiler and General 
A. R. Stenhouse & Partners, 21 Albert 
square, District Agents 



Warden. (See Adv.) 
Branch Office. 22 George street, Perth ; 
Alex. Webster, Branch Manager 
Wesleyan and General 

45 Commercial street 
West of Scotland Insurance 
Office, Ltd. 
12 Victoria chambers (Telephone Nos. 
5101, 5102) ; John W. Melrose, Local 
Manager 
Western 

23 Panmure street; A. T. Wanless, Mgr. 
Yorkshire (Fire, Life, Accident, 
Motor Car, Loss of Profit, 
Annuities, Plate Glass, Live 
Stock, &c. ) 
Branch Office, 44 Reform street ; D. 
Grant Rea, Branch Manager 



MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES' AGENTS. 
British Corporation Register of Ship- 
ping and Aircraft 
William D. Martin, 89 Blackness avenue 
Surveyor 



British and Foreign Marine 
G. A. M'Laren & Son, 4 India buildings 

Commercial Union. (See Adv.) 
John W. Melrose, 12 Victoria chambers 
Charles Barrie & Sons, 49 Meadowside 

Lloyd's Marine Insurance 
Willison & Scott Fithie, 23 Panmure 
street 

Maritime Insurance Co., Ltd., of 
Liverpool 
James Logie & Co., 2 India buildings 



Ocean Marine Insurance Co., Ltd. 
21 Albert square; W. M. Henderson, 
Local Manager. 

Royal Exchange Assurance 

(See Adv.) 
J. S. Inglis, Manager, 51 Meadowside 
J. A. Crawford, Assistant Manager 

The Marine Insurance Co., Ltd., of 
London 

James Logie & Co., 2 India buildings 

Ulster Marine Insurance Co., Ltd., of 
Belfast 
James Logie & Co., 2 India buildings 

Union Marine and General Insurance 
Co., Ltd., of Liverpool 
James Logie & Co., 2 India buildings 



INSURANCE BROKERS AND SURVEYORS. 

(<Stee also Ship and Insurance Brokers in Trades and Professions Section. ) 

A. C. Couttie, 31 Murraygate 

John Cruickshank & Co., 7 Ward road 

Albert J. Dick, SO Victoria road 

James Logie & Co. (incorporating Gibson, Farquharson, & Co.), 2 
India buildings. (See Adv.) 

G. M. Malcolm, 26 Castle street 

James S. Ritchie, 1 Commercial street 

A. Smart & Co., 10 Reform street 

A. R. Stenhouse & Partners (incorporating George Rollo & Co.), 
21 Albert square 

Willison & Scott Fithie, 23 Panmure street 

INSURANCE INSTITUTE OF DUNDEE.— Hon. Secretary, W. L. 
Knight, A.C.I.I., 5 Cowgate 

SCOTTISH BANKERS' ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— Secretary, 
Daniel Stewart, North of Scotland Bank, Albert square 



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PROPERTY AND INVESTMENT COMPANIES. 

Alliance Trust Co., Ltd. — Directors, David Pirie, W. Norman Boase, 
James Prain, W. D. Macdougall, H. F. B. Sharp ; Manager, W. D. Mac- 
dougall ; Secretary, John P. Bruce, Meadow house, 64 Beform street. (See 
Adv.) 

THE SECOND ALLIANCE TBUST COMPANY, Ltd. — Directors. 
James Prain, David Pirie, W. Norman Boase, W. D. Macdougall, H. F. B. 
Sharp; Manager, W. D. Macdougall; Secretary, John P. Bruce, Meadow 
house, 64 Reform street. 

BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST, Ltd.— Directors, James Kydd, James L. 
Rettie, James Robertson, L. F. Robertson ; Law Agents, Johnstone, Simpson, 
& Thomson ; Auditors, Robertson & Taylor, C.A. ; Secretaries, Moody Stuart 

6 Robertson, C.A., 22 Meadowside. 

THE CALEDONIAN PROPERTY INVESTMENT COMPANY, Limited. 
— Regd. Office, 29 Commercial st.; Directors, Wm. T. M 'Donald (Chairman), 
David S. Macpherson, George Kiddie, F. Airth Grant, Andrew Dargie ; 
Bankers, The Bank of Scotland ; Manager and Secretary, John E. M'Intyre, 
C.A. , 29 Commercial street. 

City and County House Purchase Co., Ltd. — Agent, J. Grant, 

7 Ward road. 

THE DUNDEE ARCADE PROPERTY COMPANY, Limited.— Direc- 
tors, William C. F. Stewart, R. K. Mackenzie, F. B. Graham ; Secretary, 
F. B. Graham, 61 Reform street. 

DUNDEE CENTRAL PROPERTY COMPANY, Ltd.— Directors, David 
Smith, G. Beveridge Smart, A. Lickley Proctor ; Secretaries, A. & R. Lickley, 
2a King street. 

DUNDEE GARDEN CITY ASSOCIATION, Ltd.— Board of Directors, 
Sir Herbert K. Ogilvy of Inverquharity, Bart. (Chairman) ; P. S. Brown of 
Linlathen ; Reg. R. Ovenstone, Balmyle, Broughty Ferry ; James Mackersie, 
26 Seagate ; H. A. Glass, 5 Bank street ; Secretaries, Shiell & Small, 
5 Bank street. 

The Abbey Road Building Soeiety. — Local Agent, John Ross, 
61 Reform street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT ECONOMIC BUILDING SOCIETIES.— 
Bankers, The Commercial Bank ; Solicitors, H. & H. J. Carlton ; Surveyors, 
Maclaren, Soutar, & Salmond ; Secretaries, James Cram & Sons, C.A., 38 
Whitehall street. 

Hillside Property Investment Co., Ltd. — Registered Office, 20 
Reform street ; Secretary, Peter J. M'Intyre, C.A. 

Modern Homes Investment Co., Ltd. — Registered Office, 76 High 
street ; Secretary, George E. Prain. 

Rockwell Building 1 Co., Ltd.— Registered Office, 54 Commercial st. 

SCOTTISH AMICABLE BUILDING SOCIETY. — Branch Agents, 
Urquhart & M'Walter, 148 Nethergate. 

DUNDEE JOINT STOCK COMPANY.— Preses, James Gardyne Hunter; 
Vice- Preses, David Allan ; Factor, A. B. MacBain, 14 Cowgate. 

DUNDEE AND LONDON INVESTMENT TRUST, Ltd.— Secretaries, 
Shiell & Small, 5 Bank street. 

The Fopfapshipe Building- Soeiety. — Directors, T. R. Murray, 
James M. Brown, John Y. Rogers, George Scott, James Macdonell ; 
Surveyor, William Salmond; Bankers, Bank of Scotland; Secretaries and 
Treasurers, F. E. Scott, Keir, & Drummond, 11 Whitehall street. (See Adv. ) 



PROPERTY AND INVESTMENT COMPANIES. 71 

Woolwieh Equitable Building Society. — District Agents, Hen- 
derson & Loggie, C.A., 11 Panmure street. 

THE MATADOR LAND AND CATTLE COMPANY, Limited.— Re- 
gistered Offices, 93 Commercial street. Directors, Alexander Mackay (Chair- 
man), Murdo Mackenzie (Denver), George Bonar, W. D. Macdougall ; 
Secretaries, Mackay, Irons, & Co., C.A. 

THE NORTH OF SCOTLAND REVERSIONARY COMPANY, Ltd.— 
Regd. Office, 15 Cowgate. Directors, P. F. Husband, T. H. Smith, J. Y. 
"Watson, W. C. F. Stewart ; Auditors, R. C. Thomson & Murdoch, C.A. ; 
Secretaries, P. F. & J. Husband. 

THE NORTHERN PROPERTY AND REVERSIONARY COMPANY, 
Limited. — Factors, J. & E. Shepherd ; Secretaries, Henderson & Loggie, C.A., 
11 Panmure street. 

THE NORTHERN HOUSING ASSOCIATION, Ltd.— Factors, J. & E. 

Shepherd ; Secretaries, Henderson & Loggie, C.A., 11 Panmure street. 

THE NORTHERN AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY, Limited.— 
Directors, J. Ernest Cox (Chairman), George, Bonar, R. S. L. Macpherson ; 
London Correspondents, Robert Fleming & Co., Ltd.; Manager, R. S. L. 
Macpherson, C.A. ; Secretary, J. Maxwell Rattray, 22 Meadowside. 

THE FIRST SCOTTISH AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY, Limited.— 
Directors, J. Ernest Cox (Chairman), George Bonar, R. S. L. Macpherson ; 
London Correspondents, Robert Fleming & Co. , Ltd. : Manager, R. S. L. 
Macpherson, C.A. ; Secretary, J. Maxwell Rattray, 22 Meadowside. 

THE SECOND SCOTTISH AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY, Ltd.— 
Directors, J. Ernest Cox (Chairman), George Bonar, R. S. L. Macpherson; 
London Correspondents, Robert Fleming & Co., Ltd.; Manager, R. S. L. 
Macpherson, C.A. ; Secretary, J. Maxwell Rattray, 22 Meadowside. 

THE THIRD SCOTTISH AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY, Ltd.— 
Directors, J. Ernest Cox (Chairman), George Bonar, R. S. L. Macpherson; 
London Correspondents, Robert Fleming & Co. , Ltd. ; Manager, R. S. L. 
Macpherson, C.A. ; Secretary, J. Maxwell Rattray, 22 Meadowside. 

THE SCOTTISH CANADIAN TRUST, Ltd.— Directors, D. C. Thomson 
(Chairman), W. Harold Thomson, Sidney C. Thomson, Norman F. Thomson ; 
Secretary, David Simpson, 22 Meadowside. 

THE SCOTTISH HOUSE PROPERTY INVESTMENT COMPANY, 
Limited. — Secretaries, F. E. Scott, Keir, & Drummond, 11 "Whitehall street. 

ANGUS PROPERTY INVESTMENT COMPANY, Ltd. — Directors, 
"William Hynd, John S. Lumsden, Richard Davidson, "William C. Robertson, 
George S. Campbell ; Secretary, George S. Campbell, 11 Barrack street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT IRON AND STEEL STOCKHOLDERS' 
ASSOCIATION.— Secretary and Treasurer, D. A. Mortimer, 31 Murraygate. 



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PUBLIC CONVEYANCES. 

HACKNEY CARRIAGES AND TAXI-CABS.— Fare shall be Is 6d within 
the following circuit wheresoever within such circuit the carriage may be 
engaged : namely, within a circuit commencing at the foot of Shepherd's loan 
(Magdalen green), and passing by Shepherd's loan to the junction of Hawkhill 
and Perth road, and thence by Hawkhill, and Annfield road, Cherryfield, and 
Brook street, to the junction of Milnbank road and Polepark road, and thence 
to Dudhope Church at the junction of Lochee road and Polepark road, and 
proceeding by Dudhope house, Dudhope terrace, Somerville place, Constitu- 
tion street, Rosebank street, Ann street, Cotton road, Laing street, and Dura 
street to Brown Constable street, and thence by Lyon street, Raglan st. , and 
Lower Lilybank to Broughty Ferry road, terminating on said Broughty Ferry 
road at Springhill or Carolina port. Also from any place to any other place 
within five miles from the General Post Office of the burgh, if not more than 
a mile, Is 6d ; and for each additional half-mile, or any part of a half-mile, 
9d additional. These fares are for single journey ; no charge for carriage 
returning empty. If passenger returns with carriage, 9d per mile ; waiting 
to be charged 4s per hour; shopping, 6s per hour. 

The foregoing fares to apply to cases where the number of passengers does 
not exceed four. If five passengers are carried, 6d extra, irrespective of 
mileage or distance, may be charged. In the case of children under 12 years 
of age, two are to be reckoned and charged for as one adult. When required 
to ply after midnight to five o'clock a.m., double fares will be charged. 

Luggage not exceeding in weight 100 lbs. shall be taken free of charge ; above 
that weight it shall be liable to a charge of 9d extra. 

When a carriage is called, but not used, a charge of 6d will be allowed if 
the place to which it is called be under half a mile from the nearest stand, and 
Is if beyond said distance. 

LONDON MIDLAND AND SCOTTISH RAILWAY.— Chief Offices, 
Euston Station, London. — Sir Josiah S. Stamp, President of Executive. 

Dundee. — West Station, South Union street— D. W. Barrie, District 
Goods and Passenger Manager, Perth ; D. Blooman, Assistant to Goods 

and Passenger Manager ; Stationmaster ; Peter Copland. Goods 

Agent. Magdalen Green Station — — ■ Stationmaster, West Station. 

Lochee Station — John Taylor, Stationmaster. Baldovan and Downfield 
Station — Robert Crosbie, Stationmaster. Barnhill Station — A. Farquhar, 
Stationmaster. Maryfield and Fairmuir Stations — George Neale, Agent. 

LONDON AND NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY.— Divisional 
Headquarters (Scotland), 23 Waterloo place, Edinburgh. — George Mills, 
Divisional General Manager (Scotland) ; R. Gardiner, Superintendent, Edin- 
burgh ; George S. Begg, Passenger Manager, Edinburgh ; A. E. Sewell, Goods 
Manager, Glasgow. 

Dundee.— Tay Bridge Station, South Union street— Robert S. Douglas, 
District Goods and Passenger Manager ; Wm. Lyle, District Operating Super- 
intendent, Burntisland ; Harry R. Watson, Goods, Passenger, and Parcels 
Agent ; John D. Wallace, Stationmaster, Tay Bridge and Esplanade. 

DUNDEE AND ARBROATH JOINT RAILWAY, T. S. MacKintosh, 
Secretary, 23 Waterloo place, Edinburgh. L.M.S. Railway — H. Ross, 
District Goods and Passenger Manager, Aberdeen. L. & N. E. Railway — 
R. S. Douglas, District Goods and Passenger Manager, Dundee ; William 
Lyle, District Operating Superintendent, Burntisland. 

Dundee. — East Station, East Dock street — William Johnston, Station- 
master and Goods Agent. Broughty and West Ferry Stations — A. Morris, 
Stationmaster and Goods Agent. 

TRAFFIC COMMISSIONERS (Northern Scotland Area) — Appointed 
under the Road Traffic Act, 1930. — Henry Riches, Aberdeen (Chairman); 
A. Fraser Macintosh (Large Burghs), John Mackay (Counties). 

Licensing Authority (Northern Scotland Area) — Appointed under the 
Road and Rail Traffic Act, 1933. — Henry Riches, Aberdeen; Clerk, J. D. 
Beebee. Offices of both bodies, 17 Broad street, Aberdeen. 

Ministry of Transport Motor Tests Office, 36 North Lindsav street. 



PUBLIC CONVEYANCES. 73 

BUS STANCES FIXED BY THE MAGISTRATES.— For Monifieth, 
Carnoustie, Arbroath, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Monikie, Blairgowrie, 
Forfar, Kirriemuir, &c, Alexander's Bus Station, North Lindsay street. 
For Muirhead via Liff and Westgreen, Courthouse square. For Broughty 
Ferry and Barnhill (Corporation), Shore terrace. For Ashludie, Shore 
terrace — Saturdays and Sundays at 2 p.m. For Tours and Excursions, from 
Albert square and Shore terrace daily (during summer months). 

RAILWAY AND PARCEL EXPRESS CARRIERS.— 
Dundee and Broughty Ferry Parcel Express. — The Van leaves 485 Brook 
street, Broughty Ferry, at 9.20 a.m. and 2.40 p.m. ; and J. K. Sim's, 32 
High street, Dundee, at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Robert W. Kydd, Proprietor. 

Dundee Express Deliveries— Parcel, Luggage, and Goods Service. 
Agents for all Angus and Perth carriers. Local deliveries, 12 noon and 
5 p.m. Registered Office, 6 Commercial street (Telephone No. 4555). 

Mutter, Howey, & Co., Ltd., Esplanade buildings, Carting Agents for 
London and North-Eastern Railway Co., Dundee and Arbroath Joint Railway, 
and Public Warehouse Keepers. Thomas A. Melrose, Manager. (See Adv.) 

Ritchie's Express Co., General Carriers and local Delivery Agents. — Agents 
for Atlas Express, Manchester, Glasgow, and London ; agents for Carter, 
Paterson, & Co., London. Office, 33 Exchange street. 

Scottish Motor Traction Co., Ltd., 8 Westfield avenue. Motor Bus 
Services to Forfar, Brechin, Blairgowrie, Alyth, Perth, Wellbank, and 
Kirriemuir. Bus Station, North Lindsay street. 

Alexander, W., & Sons, Ltd., 70 North Lindsay street. 

Sutton & Co., General Carriers to all parts of the world. Agents of the 
Indian Parcel Post. James Cant, 5 Whitehall crescent, Agent. 

Wordie & Co., Ltd., S. Union st. , Carting Agents for L.M. & S. and Dundee 
and Arbroath Joint Railway Companies, forward and receive goods to and 
from all Stations in Scotland, England, and Ireland. S. Clink, District 
Manager. 

TAY FERRIES, Craig pier, South Union street— William Johnston, Supt. 

Sailings from Dundee at 7 a.m. and 8 a.m., thereafter half-hourly until 
9.30 p.m., then 10.15 p.m.; and from Newport at 7.30 a.m., 8.30 a.m., 
thereafter half-hourly until 9.30 p.m., then 10.15 p.m. and 10.45 p.m., from 
1st May to 30th September. Sailings from Dundee at 7 a.m. and 8 a.m., 
thereafter half-hourly until 7 p.m., then 8 p.m., 9.15 p.m., and 10.15 p.m.; 
and from Newport at 7.30 a.m. and 8.30 a.m., thereafter half -hourly until 
7.30 p.m., then 8.30 p.m., 9.45 p.m., and 10.45 p.m., from 1st October to 
30th April. 

Sunday Sailings — From Dundee at 9 a.m., and hourly until 9 p.m., 
and 10.15 p.m.; and from Newport at 9.30 a.m., and hourly until 9.30 p.m., 
and 10.45 p.m., from 1st May to 30th September. From Dundee at 10 a.m., 
11 a.m., 12.40 p.m., 1.15 p.m., and hourly until 9.15 p.m.; and from 
Newport at 10.30 a.m., 11.30 a.m., 12.55 p.m., 1.45 p.m., and hourly until 
9.45 p.m., from 1st October to 30th April. 



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PUBLIC CONVEYANCES. 
CARRIERS. 







...... 

DESPATCHED. 


PLACES. 


NAMES. 


QUARTERS. 








DAT. 


HOUR. 

2 p.m. 






6 Commercial street J 


Monday 


Aberdeen 


Robert Palmer 


Wednesd'y 








(Tel. 4555) ^ 


Friday 




Alyth, Newtj'le, 


P. S. Murray 


14 Dock St. (Tel. 5428), and / 
6 Commercial st. (Tel. 4555) \ 


Daily 


2 p.m. 


and Meigle 




Saturday 


12 n. 


Do. 


Scott Brothers 


17 Dock street (Tel. 5517) 


Daily 


12 n. 


Do. 


A. & T. Clark 


33 Exchange street (Tel. 3752) 


Daily 




Arbroath 


N. Sharp 


R. Ower, Soapwork lane 


Daily 


1.30p. 


Do. 


J. Stewart 


17 Dock street (Tel. 5517) 


Daily 


2 p.m. 


Do. 


Ritchie's Ex. Co. 


33 Exchange street 


Daily 




Do. 


Norman Sharp 


6 Commercial street 


Daily 




Do. 


Robert Eaton 


33 Exchange street 


Daily 




Do. 


H. T. Foster 


33 Exchange street 


Daily 




Do. 


H. T. Foster 


43 Dock street (Tel. 2489) 


Daily 




Auchterhouse 


J. Low 


38 Overrate & 14 Dock street 


Friday 


1p.m. 


Blairgowrie and 


P. S. Murray 


14 Dock street and 


D'ly except 


12 n. 


Coupar Angus 




6 Commercial street 


Saturday 




Do. 


Iain M 'Andrew 


33 Exchange St. (Tel. 3752); 
Blairgowrie (Tel. 221) 


Daily 


3 p.m. 


Balmerino 


Frank Rose 


61 Yeaman sh're,33 Exchange St. 


Tues. only 


12.30p 


Brechin, Montrose, 


D. Christison 


6 Commercial St. (Tel. 4555) 


D'ly except 




and Edzell 






Saturday 




Do. 


Souter & Craig 


17 Dock street (Tel. 5517 ; Mon- 
trose 217; Brechin 217) 


Daily 




Broughty Ferry 


Geo. Longair 


10 & 14 Dock street 


Daily 


1p.m. 


Do. 


Robert W. Kydd 


32 High street 


D'lv 11a.m. 


&4p. 


Do. 


Ritchie's Ex. Co. 


33 Exchange street 


Daily 

12.30 & 


9a.m., 
4 p.m. 


Do. 


Express Deliveries 


6 Commercial street 


Twice Daily 




Burrelton 


P. S. Murray 


14 Dock street 


Thursday 


12 n. 


Do. 


Iain M'Andrew 


33 Exchange street 


Daily 


12 n. 


Carnoustie 


Hovell & Cochrane 


14 Dock street (Tel. 5428) 


Daily 


10 am 


Do. 


J. Ferguson 


33 Exchange st. and 9 Dock st. 


Daily 


1 p.m. 


Do. 


Alexander Gow 


10 Dock street (Tel. 6038) 


Dailv 


12 n. 


Do. 


D. Bovd 


17 Dock street (Tel. 5517) 


Daily 


1 p.m. 


Cupar 


C. M. Grant & Son 


14 Dock street 


Daily 


3p.m. 


Downfield 


Ritchie's Ex. Co. 


33 Exchange street 


Dailyll.30& 


5p.m. 


Do. 


Express Deliveries 


6 Commercial street 


Twice Daily 




Forfar 


Ritchie Bros. 


33 Exchange street 


Dailv 


12.30p 


Do. 


Ritchie Bros. 


34 Dock street (Tel. 4545) 


Daily 


1 p.m. 


Do. 


Bruce Brothers 


34 Bank street (Tel. 2976) 


Daily 




Kirriemuir 


James Martin 


17 Dock street (Tel. 5517) 


Daily 


3 p.m. 


Do. 


James Meffan 


33 Exchange street 


D'lve'x. Sat. 


5.30p. 


Liflf and Birkhill 


Thomas Burry 


Mid Kirk style 


Tu.Fri.,lto 


2 p.m. 


Lochoe 


Alex. Cook 


88 South road, Lochee, and/ 
72 Perrie street, Lochee \ 


D'ly ex. Sat. 


3 p.m. 






Saturday 


12.30p 


Lochee, Maryfield, 


Ritchie's Ex. Co. 


33 Exchange street 


Daily 9a.m. 


12.30p 


and Ninewells 








&4pm 


Do. 


Express Deliveries 


6 Commercial street 


Twice Daily 




Longforgan 


Alex. London 


33 Exchange st. & 38 Overgate 


Tu. Fri. 


12.30p 


Lundie 


James Kettles 


38 Overgate 


Tu. Fri. 


1-2 pm 


Monifieth 


Jas. Gibson 


14 Dock street (Tel. 5428) 


Daily 


12 n. 


Do. 


Alex. Gow 


10 Dock street 


Daily 


12 n. 


Do. 


R. Rennie 


Shore terrace 


Daily 




Do. 


D. Boyd 


17 Dock street 


Daily 


1 p.m. 


Montrose, Brechin 


J. Boyack 


33 Exchange street 


D'ly ex. Sat. 




Do. 


Jas. Peter & Co. 


4 Commercial street 


Wednesd'y 




Perth and inter 


A. W. Cowper 


10 Dock street (Tel. 6038) 


Daily 


12.30p 


mediate villages 


D. Grewar 


17 Dock street (Tel. 5517) 


Daily 


12 n. 


Do. 


Express Deliveries 


6 Commercial street 


Daily 




St Andrews 


Rutherford, Son, 
& Grubb 


17 Dock street (Tel. 5517) 


Tuesday & 
Friday 




St. Andrews, Cupai 


H. Brand & Son 


33 Exchange street Mon. 


Tu., Fri. 


1 p.m. 


Tayport 


Robert Kidd 


10 Dock street 


Daily 


1.30 p. 


Do. 


R. Bayne 


17 Dock street (Tel. 5517) 


Daily 

1 


1p.m. 



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ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 

CLERGY AND PLACES OF WORSHIP. 



Presbytery of Dundee— Church of Scotland. 
Clerk, Rev. John Sinclair, M.A., B.D., Mains manse, Old Glamis road 



Dundee 



t G. R. Macphail, M.A. (sew. col), 67 Iverna 
) court, Kensington, London, W. 8 
j Frederick C. Anderson, M.A., 38 Thomson 
( street 
Vacant 

Geo. Bremner, B.D., Invermark ter., B'hill 
Fred. M. Musk, B.A., 15 Maryfield terrace 
Harold Ross, 12 Laurelbank 
{Hugh C. Hutchison, M.A. (Emeritus'), 
•I 7 Mentone terrace, Edinburgh 
(L. C. R. MWilliam, 38 Muirfield crescent 
E. Towill, B.D., 27 Windsor street 
Robert N. Paton, B.D., 1 Lawsteps 
W. A. Macdonell, M.A., 23 Albany ter. 
J. H. Yule, B.D., 244 Arbroath road 
Henry Dodd, L.R.C.P.S. Edin., F.P.S. 
Glas., 29 Frederick street, Downfield 
Jas.Macknight,M.A.,289Strathmartinerd. 
Edward Beal, 4 Adelaide place 
I A. W. Fergusson, D.D., 54 Grange loan, 
«; Edinburgh 

(Alfred E. Warr, B.D., 69 Dalkeith road 
Frank Cairns,Mansefield,Camphillrd.,B.F. 
George M'Gregor, M.A., C.F., 4 Harefield 

road, Lochee 
D. W. Main, M.A., 1 Shamrock street 
G. MacLean Wylie, 6 Adelaide place 
H. T. Ferguson, M.A., 37a Mains loan 
Geo. R. Robertson, M.A., 7 Inverary ter. 
Henry M. Bartlett, M. A., B.D., 338 Black- 
ness road 
Andrew J. Forrest, B.D., 2 Osborne place 
Rev. John Sinclair, M.A., B.D., Mains 
manse, Old Glamis road 
... Douglas Briggs, M.A., 150 City road 
... Robert A. Robertson, M. A., 15 Duff street 
f H. F. Henderson, D.D., 23Burnbank gar- 
...< dens, Glasgow, N.W. 

(Hugh Alexander, M.A., 34 Argyle street 

Old St Paul's (South), Nethergate J. BoatbWood,M.A., B.D., 10 Laurelbank 

James MacKay, M. A., 23 Shamrock street 

<T. D. Stewart Brown, M.A., 33 Camphill 

\ road, Broughty Ferry 

J. H. HortonM'Neill,B.D., 5 Douglas ter. 

George Blair, D.D., 10 Windsor street 

Alex. Smart, M.A., 85 Queen st.,Bro. Fy. 

W. T. Smellie, M.A., 11 Albany terrace 

William M. Locke, M.A., 69 Magdalen 

Yard road 
William Pottinger, M.A., 8 Dudhope St. 
George M. Maclean, L.A., 18 Albany ter. 
R. Clephane Macanna, M.A., 38 Albany 
terrace 



Albert Square (Meadowside) 

Balgay (Lochee road) 

Barnhill ... 

Baxter Park (Arbroath road) ... 

Bonnethill (Hilltown) 

Butterburn (Hill street) 

Chalmers (Hunter street) 

Chapelshade (Constitution road) 

Clepington (Isla street) 

Craigiebank 

Downfield North (St Mary's rd.) 

Downfield South (Haldanest.) 
Dudhope (Lochee road) 

Dundee Parish Church (St 
Mary's), Nethergate 

East (370 Queen St., Bro. Fy.)... 
East (High street, Lochee) 

Fairmuir (Clepington road) 
High (Kinghorne road) 
Hilltown (N. Wellington street) 
Lochee Road (Logie street) 
Logie (Scott street) 

M'Cheyne (328 Perth road) ... 
Mains (foot of Old Glamis road) 

Martyrs (Annfield road) 
Maryfield (Morgan street) 

Ogilvie (Albert street) . 



Park (Park avenue) 

Queen Street (Broughty Ferry 

Rosebank (Constitution street) 

Ryehill (79 Perth road) 

St Aidan's (440 Brook St., B.F.) 
St Andrew's (King street) 
St Clement's (Nethergate) 



St Cuthbert's (Bell street) 
St David's (North Tay street) 
St David's North (Strathmore j 
avenue) \ 



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St Enoch's (Nethergate) 

St George's (32 Meadowside) 

St James' (Arklay street) 

St James' (5 Fortst.,Bro. Ferry) 

St John's(Cross), Blackness av. 
St John's (Perth road) 

St Luke's (High St., Lochee) ... 

St Luke's (W. Queen St., W.F.) 

St Mark's (Perth road) 

St Matthew's (Ferry road) 

St Ninian's (Bright St., Lochee) 

St Paul's (Nethergate) 

St Peter's (St Peter street) 

St Stephen's (Dundee rd., W.F.) 

Strathmartine (513 Strathmar- 

tineroad (Downfield) 
Tay Square 
Victoria Street ... 
Wallacetown (Crescent street)... 
West (50 Brook street, B.F.) ... 

West (191 High street, Lochee) 

Wishart Memorial (King street) 
Abernyte 

Auchterhouse 

Inchture 

Invergowrie East ... 

St Columba's 
Kinnaird 
Liff and Benvie 
Longforgan ... 

Lundie and Fowlis 

Monifieth St Rule's 

South (Hill street) 

North and Newbigging... 

Panmure 

Monikie 

Craigton 

Muirhead of Liff 

Murroes 

Tealing 

Newport — St Fillan's 

Newport — St Thomas' 
Tayport — Ferryport-on-Craig 
Erskine 

Queen Street 

Wormit 



R. M. Boyd Scott, M.A., 1 Fort street 
A. Adamson, B.D., 4 Corstorphine House 

avenue, Edinburgh 
JamesCosh, B.D. (C. &S.), 5 Magdalen pi. 
James Eric M. Baikie, B.D., M.Litt. 

(Cambridge), 6 Lynnewood place 
Campbell Ferenbach, 63 Seafield road, 

Broughty Ferrv 
MTntosh Mowat, B.L., 287 Perth road 
John M'Connachie, D.D., 23 Windsor 

street 
William Bodin, M.A., 16 Coupar Angus 

road, Lochee 
Thomas H. Keir, M.A., 23 Fintry place, 

Broughty Ferry 
V. C. Alexander, B.D., 9 Airlie place 
Robert Kerr, M.A., 214 Bro'ty Ferry road 
Hugh Shirlaw, B.D., 20 Coupar Angus 

road 
James Weatherhead, D.D., 13 Dudhope 

terrace 
Thomas Mackie, M.A., Kerrystone, Hynd- 

ford street 
J. C. Conn, B.D , Ph.D., 33 Camperdown 

street, Broughty Ferry 
(John W. Burnside, M.A., 505 Strath mar- 
( tine road, Downfield 
Andrew M. Moodie, M.A., 9 Windsor street 
Hugh Gordon Ross, M.A., 4 Clive street 
John Fairlie, M.A., 75 Clepington road 
Walter C. S. Angus, M.A., 52 Brook 

street, Broughty Ferry 
H. Angus Williamson, B.D., 3 Coupar 

Angus road, Lochee 
Alex. M. Russell, B.D., 128 Arbroath rd. 
T. F. Gilmore, B.A., Abernyte 
John K. Cameron, Auchterhouse 
P. J. Maclver, Inchture 
(Harold B. Smart, Invergowrie 
-j Adam Philip, D.D. (Emer.), 19 Greenhill 
( gardens, Edinburgh 
Allan Bell, Invergowrie 
John M. Anderson, B.Sc, B.D., Kinnaird 
John MacLean, B.D., Liff 
William MacNicol, B.D., Longforgan 
Alexander Monro, M.A., Lundie 
Gordon Quig, B.D., St Rule's manse 
Neil Cameron, M.A., Monifieth 
John Taylor, M.A., Newbigging Manse 
James K. Cassels, M.A., Monifieth 
Andrew Armit, Monikie 
Quintin D. Whyte, Monikie 
Thomas Tully, M. A., Muirhead of Liff 
W. A. Forbes, B.D., Murroes 
J. A. S. Wilson, M.A., B.A. (Oxon.) 
John A. Clark, B.D., Gowriehill, East 

Newport 
John S. Mutch, B. D., Blyth St., E. Newport 
C. W. Stobie, M.A., Old manse, Tayport 
A. Monteith Davidson, 8 Dougall street, 

Tayport 
David H. Soutar, M. A. , Queen st. , Tayport 
Jas. Hutchison, M.A., The Manse, Wormit 



ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 
Suburban Districts not included in Presbytery of Dundee. 



11 



Balmerino ... 

Barry 

West 

Carnoustie ... 

St Stephen's 
Forgan 

Logie and Gauldry 
Newton Panbride .. 
Panbride 



Dundee (Euclid crescent) 



... William J. M'Farland, B.A., Balmerino 

... John Smith, M.A., East manse, Barry 

... John Heggie, Barry 

... James Baillie, M.A., 34 Kinloch street, 

Carnoustie 

... T. Sutherland, B.D., Carnoustie 

... Hugh F. Frame, M.A., Forgan 

... Charles Hutchison, M.A., Gauldry 

... John M'Phail, M.A., Panbride 

... John Caesar, D.D., Panbride 

Original Secession. 

... John Howe, M. A., 3 Adelaide terrace 



Free Church of Scotland. 
Dundee — 

Dudhope (Dudhope street) ... Alexander R. Fraser, M.A., 6 Albany ter. 

United Free Church of Scotland. 
Carnoustie (Erskine) ... ... Francis Cougan, 168 Kinlochst., Carnoustie 

William W. Harris, 45 Mains loan 



Dundee 

Newport 

Tayport 



A. S. Wilkinson. 27 Kilnburn, E. Newport 
W. J. Mitchell, 62 William street, Tayport 



Scottish Episcopal. 



Cathedral Church of S. 
(Castlehill) 



Bishop of Brechin, Right Rev. K. D: Mackenzie, M.A., Forbes court, 85 

Dundee road, West Ferry 
Dundee— f Provost — Very Rev. K. M. Sutherland- 

Graeme, 76 Blackness avenue 
Canons — Very Rev. J. B. Jobberns, D.D. 
(Dean of Brechin), J. D. Mowat, M.A. 
(Rector of S. Marv's, Arbroath — 
Synod Clerk), E. W. Millar, M.A. 
Paul ■( (Rector of S. Andrew's, Fettercairn), 

and J. E. MacRae, M.A. (Rector of 
All Soul's, Invergowrie) 
Assistant Clergy — D. Hemming, B.A.; 
E. A. L. Donaldson, M.A. (S. Roque's 
Mission), S. Paul's Cathedral Clergy 
House, 1 High street 

C7 t i t> .•,m,l . . .x fR. Christopher Norfor, B. A., 16 Argyle St. 
S. John Baptist (Albert street) { L j w s £ urrock; 16 Argyl ' e stree f 



S. Luke's (Baldovan road , Down- 
field) 

S. Margaret's(Ancrumrd.,L'hee) 
S. Mary's (Queen street, B.F.)... 



S. Mary Magdalene's (Blinshall 
street) 



S. Salvador's (St Salvador st.) 

S, Martin's (Harcourt street) 
Sisterhood of S. Mary and S. 

Modwenna (10 King street) 
Diocesan Supernumerary 
Carnoustie — Holy Rood 



/ H. Montgomery Simpson, B.A., St. Luke's 
\ road, Downfield 
R. Henderson-Howat, L.D., 19 Ancrum rd. 
L. A. Wheatley, M.A., 46 Seafield road, 
Broughty Ferry 
/Very Rev. Dean J. B. Jobberns, D.D., 10 
J Westfield place 
jE. Sharpe, B.A., 12 King street 
(G. N. L. Andrewes, M.A., 1 Dudhope street 
Griffiths Jones, M.A., B.D., 14 
William street 
Cleland, 14 William street 
J. Sell, 32 Derby street 

\ E. Sharpe, B.A., 12 King street 

M. MacColl, 4 Bellefield avenue 
Samuel Getty, Carnoustie 



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Invergowrie — All Souls' 
Monifieth — Holy Trinity , 



Canon J. E. MacRae, M.A., Invergowrie 
J. D. Bisset, M.A., Monifieth 



Diocese of St Andrews. 

"' > F. S. Macintyre, High street, E. Newport 



Newport — S. Mary's 
Tayport — S. Margaret's 

Congregational Union. 
District Convener — Rev. J. M. M'Gauley, M.A., 7 Rosewood terrace, 
Dundee— Westpark roa'd 

Broughty Ferry (89 Brook street, (John Gray, M.A., 337 King street, Bro'ty 



Broughty Ferry) 

CastleStreet 

Morison (Guthrie street) 

Panmure Street 

Princes Street 

Russell Chapel (Hawkhill) ... 

Trinity (Victoria road) 

Ward Chapel (Constitution rd.) 
Newport 



\ Ferry 
John Lees, M.A., 21 Bright street, Lochee 
J. M. M'Gauley, M.A., 7 Rosewood terrace 
H. A. Inglis, M.A., 7 Union terrace 
J. W. Currie, 18 Argyle street 
Frederic A. Ore, 12 Rosewood terrace 
J. M. Hallidav, 28 Argyle street 
T. S. Taylor, M. A., B.Litt.,4 Douglas ter. 
Lenton G. Seager, 3 Woodbine terrace, 
East Newport 
Independent. 
Gilfillan Memorial (Whitehall (Harry Andrew, 11 Park place, Ancrum 
crescent) ... ... —\ road, Lochee 

Roman Catholic. 
Bishop of Dunkeld— Right Rev. John Toner, D.D., 29 Roseangle 
Dundee— 
Our Lady of Good Counsel ... f Andrew M'Kinley, 29 Westfield road, 
(Westfield rd., Bro. Ferry) (_ Broughty Ferry 

^ Right Rev. Mgr. Provost J. Canon Turner, 

3 '"«H Jame^a^teSgate 
Hector Macneil, do. 
*- Michael Foylan, do. 
c V. Re v. R. G. Canon Russell, 42 Wilkie's lane 
\ Peter Ryan, do. 

I Darby Melloy, do. 

{Very Rev. W. Canon M'Currach, M.R., 
22 Powrie place 
J. Malloy, do. 

William Halinan, do. 

Alexander Kerr, do. 

c V. Rev. J. Canon Keenan , 41 High st, L'hee 
St Mary's (High street, Lochee)-! Alplionsus Sharkey, do. 

Ijames A. MTnjjosh, do. 

C V. Rev. John Canon Noonan, 3 Maitland St. 
St Patrick's (Arthurstone ter.) -J Jeremiah O'Donoghue, do. 

(__ Aeneas Macrae, do. 

( V. Rev. John Canon Roche, Byron street 
SS. Peler and Paul (Bvron street) < Edward Dempsey, do. 

[ Hugh Brady, do. 

/ Herbert Doyle, Michael Hallidav, 
„.,, • ^ • , T ,,-j . , N J Augustino M'Ghee, Oliver Clarke, Hilary 
St Francis Fr.ary (Tulhdeph rd.W M 'Dona g h, Andrew Cahill, Hugh Kenny, 
\ and Berard Cosgrave 
John M'Mahon, 120 Liff road, Lochee 
James E. Quinn, King street, E. Newport 
Andrew M'Kinley ,29 Westfield rd., B.Ferry 
James E. Quinn, King street, E. Newport 



(Nethergate) 



St Joseph's (Blackness road) 



St Mary's (Forebank road) 



Wellburn (Liff road, Lochee) 
Newport — St Fillan's 
Monifieth — St Bride's 
Tayport 



Catholic Apostolic. 
r. j rn +% *• -j\ f Peter Dickson, 2 West Somerville place 

Dundee (Constitution road) ... | wmiam Grie rson, 388 Perth road 









ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 79 

Christian Church. 

Hermon Hall, 34-36 South Tay street ... ... ... 

Hillbank Hall, 57 Cotton road ... ... ... ... 

Elim Hall, 98 Liff road, Lochee ... ... ... ... 

Dundee — Baptist. 

BroughtvFerrv(StVincentst.,B.F.) D. O. Galbraith, M.A., 3 Alton ter.,W.F. 
Hawkhill (98 Hawkhill) ... John Murphy, 43 Rankine street 

Lochee (Bright street, Lochee) Albert B. Burgess, 162 City road, Lochee 
Maxwelltown (Jamaica street) Neil M'Lachlan, 123 Kinghorne road 

Rattray Street John Shearer, M.A., 13 Inverary terrace 

Ward Road D. D. Smith, 14 Clepington road 

Methodist. 

Dundee— Ward Road John R. Barker, 7 Albany terrace 

Church of Christ. 
Salem Chapel, 59 Constitution rd. Secretary — Wm. Gray, 6 Molison street 

Salvation Army. 
Headquarters of Mid-Scottish Division — Brigadrer Thomas W. Starbuck, 
Divisional Commander, 96 Victoria road; Major S. Blackburn Lister, 
Assistant Divisional Commander, 96 Victoria road 
Public Relations Bureau — Regional Secy., Major Henry Page, 195 Albert street 
Women's Social Headquarters— Major Evans, District Officer, 488 Perth road 
Women's Hostel, Ward road — Major Edmondston 
Clement Park Maternity Hospital and Children's Home — Adjutant Martin, 

Harefield road, Lochee 
Eventide Home, 488 Perth road — Major Evans 

Dundee — Officers' Quarters. 

No. 1 Citadel, 98 Victoria road 101 Victoria road 

No. 2 Citadel, 17 North Lindsay street 63 Constitution road 

No. 3 Citadel, 1 Constitution street 4 Kinnaird street 

No. 4 Citadel, 2 Well road 70 Ure street 

Lochee (38 Marshall street) 7 Balgay street, Lochee 

Broughty Ferry (110 Brown street) 239 King street, Broughty Ferry 

Tayport (Broad street) 21 Nelson street, Tayport 

Slum Post, 219 Overgate— Captain George, Commanding Officer 

Other Denominations. 
Deaf and Dumb (Dudhope Park) Missioner — W. H. Wood, Dudhope castle 
Faith Mission Friends' Institute ^Representative— D. R. M'Gavin, 13 Linden 
(7 Whitehall crescent) J avenue, Newport 

Friends, Socy. of (7 Whitehall cres.){ ^"^ Braithwaite > 6 Brid S e la °e, 

Hebrew (15 Meadow street) ... M. Isaacs, 118 Ellengowan drive 

East House Edwin Scrymgeour, 92 Victoria road 

Williamson Unitarian Memorial) A1 , . rxrv-'if j i« in 

n , , r „ ... ,. ,-s > Albert Whitford, 42 Albanv terrace 

Church (Constitution road)...) ' 

D SS^f Arthur H - Carter ' 8 ^^ 

UDit (l d 8 ^trSee F t) lth ..° hUr ?. h } J - NJco11 ' 124 ™&wn, Deaconess 
F ° Ur c q r"c r e e nt A road) Ce ^ ^^ } Secretary-J. S. Rumgay, Lawside avenue 
Seamen's Friend Society Missionary, R. S. Bennet, 2 Eliza street 

DUNDEE PRESBYTERY.— Meets in Tay Square Hall on the first 
Wednesday of each month, at 10.30 a.m., except March and August 
(March, second Wednesday ; no meeting in August). Clerk, Rev. John 
Sinclair. B.D., Mains manse, Old Glamis road. Hallkeeper, David Hynd, 
98 Dens road. 

DUNDEE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND ELDERS' AND OFFICE- 
BEARERS' UNION.— Hon. Treasurer and Secretary, Charles Soutar, 7 
Ward road. 



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ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 85 

DUNDEE BOYS' AND GIRLS' RELIGIOUS ASSOCIATION.— 
Secretary, W. Christie, 19 Glamis street. 

SABBATH FORENOON MEETINGS. 



Name of 
Meeting. 
Annfield Street 
Bog Mission 
Bonnethill 
Butterburn 
Campbell Street 
Camperdown 
Cherryfield 
Children's Free 

Breakfast 
Dudhope 
Dudhope Street 
Grove Street Mis. 
Hedge Road 
Jamaica Street 
Parkhead 
Rosebank 
St Clement's 
Tay Square 
Tent Mission 
Victoria Street 



Under auspices of 



D.B. &G.R.A. 
Bog Mission 
Bonnethill Church 
D.B. &G.R.A. 
D.B. &G.R.A. 
Lochee West Oh. 
Y.M.C.A. 
D.B. & G.R.A. 

Dudhope Church 
Free Church 
Victoria St. Church 
D.B. &G.R.A. 
Hilltown Church 
Mains Church 
D.B. & G.R.A. 
St Clement's Ch. 
Tay Square Ch. 
Tent Mission 
Victoria Street Ch. 



Where held. 



18 Annfield St. 
Kirk st., Lochee 
247a Hilltown 
North St. Hall 
22 Campbell si. 
Nicoll'sln.L'chee 
137 Blackness rd. 
Bell Street lane 

113 Lochee road 
Dudhope street 
Grove street 
Hedge road 
Jamaica street 
Pitkerro road 
6 Rosebank st. 
Lindsay street 
Artillery lane 
Peter street 
Victoria street 



Chairman. 



F. Dewar dimming, 35 Cowgate 
James W. Hutton, 37 Rankine st. 
C. Farquharson,56 C'nstituti'n st. 
W. Christie, 1 9 Glamis street 
W. Elliot, 7 Elm street 
J. Brown, 20 Park pi., Ancrum rd. 
Wm. Ramsay, 8 Ben vie road 
E. Powrie, 290 Strathmartine rd. 

J. White, 21 Milnbank road 
W. Kennedy, 3 Hilltown 
J. Murray, 3 Dens road 
Jas. Baxter, 47 Kenilworth avenue 
J. Lee, 27 South George street 
James P. Fleming, S Forfar road 
W. Whiteside, 173 Hilltown 
George Fairweather, 6 Perth road 
Alexander Miller, 25 Perth road 
J. Whyte, 25 Leng street 
S. Meakin, 8 Eden street 



CALEDONIA HALL MISSION, 52 Westport.— Secretary, James 
Johnston, 21 Kinloch street. 

DUNDEE CENTRAL MISSION, 76 Constitution street.— President, Miss 
Johnston ; Choir Leader and Organist, Miss A. Law. 

LOCHEE BOG MISSION, Kirk street, Lochee.— Secretary, James Goodall, 
11 Loons road, Lochee ; Treasurer, James W. Hutton, 37 Rankine street ; 
Missionary, David M'Intosh. 

DUNDEE RAILWAY MISSION, Bethany Hall, Taylor's lane.— 
Superintendent, James Wood, 27 Leng street. 

GOSPEL TEMPERANCE MISSION, Jamaica Street Hall.— President, 
Charles Clark, 15 Mains terrace. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR UNION— 

Corresponding Secretary, . Local Societies and Secretaries : — 

[■J. Addison, 60 Mains road 

| MissL. Davidson, 18 Cherryfield In. 
f Miss Hunter, 19 Ivanhoe place 

\ Miss Cathro, 55 Victoria road 

R. A. Burgess, 12 Coupar Angus 
road, Lochee 
) Mrs V. D. Findlay, 465 Brook st., 
/ Broughty Ferry 
Tuesday, 7.30 p.m. Rev. F. Cougan," 168 Kinloch st., 
Carnoustie 

DUNDEE UNITED EVANGELISTIC ASSOCIATION AND TENT 
MISSION. — Hon. Secretary, James K. Robertson, 51 Woodside terrace. 

GIRL GUIDES, Headquarters, 23 Roseangle. — President, Miss Kynoch ; 
Vice-Presidents, Mrs Buist, Mrs Johnston, Mrs Rettie, Mrs Sharp, Mrs 
Guthrie, Mrs R. C. Thomson, Mrs A. R. Moodie, Mrs Phin, Mrs T. Walker ; 
County Commissioner, Miss Sharp, Balmuir; County Secretary, Miss W. N. 
Kerr, 5 Airlie place ; Treasurer, Miss Grossart, Ashcliff, Invergowrie ; 
District Commissioners, Miss Kyd, Mrs T. P. D. Murray, Miss Pattullo, 
Miss Mackie Whyte, Miss Kennedy, Mrs K. Cameron, The Hon. Mrs Duthac 
Carnegie, Mrs K. S. Malcolm, Miss Thomson, and Mrs A. MacGillivray. 



Maxwellto'n Baptist Sunday, 10 a.m. 

„ Jun. Thursday 7. 30 p.m. 

Rattray St. Baptist Sunday, 10 a.m. 

,, Jun. Monday, 7 p.m. 

Ward Rd. Baptist Monday, 8 p.m. 
,, ,, Jun. Monday, 7 p.m. 
Lochee Baptist Sunday, 9.45 a.m. 

Br °B g a%!j7nior{^iday, 6.30 p.m. 
Carnoustie U.F. 



86 



ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 



COMPANIES AND CAPTAINS— 

Rangers — 

I Miss Mackie Whyte, 10 Glamis dr. 
2a Miss Jenkins, 8 Sunnybrae ter. 
3 Miss Small, 36 Clepington road. 
6 Miss Pearson, 3 Castle street, 

Tayport. 
7a Miss Ross, 10 Kinghorne road. 
8 Miss Breslin, 213' Albert street. 

10 Miss Farrell, 1 Stirling terrace. 

II Miss Doig, 13 Corso street. 

12 Miss Scott, 7 Arklay terrace. 

13 Miss Ramsden, 40 Ashbank road. 

14 Miss Webster, 11 Pitfour street. 

15 Miss Muir, 25 Clegliorn street. 

20 Miss Wann, 287 Strathmore ave. 

21 Miss Sutherland, Training Col- 

lege, Park place. 

22 Miss Foote, 16 Flight's lane, L. 
26 Miss Jeffrey, 27 Perth road. 

29 Miss Cumming, 59 Magdalen Yard 

road. 
Guides — 

1 Miss Wears, 478 Strathmartine 

road, Downfleld. 

2 Miss Whytock, 11 Thomson st. 

3 Miss Small, 36 Clepington road. 
4a Miss Malcolm, 1 Seafleld road. 

6a Miss Gray, Balgay School. 

8 Miss Kerr, 5 Airlie place. 

9 Miss Reynolds, 20 Airlie place. 
10a Miss L. Gibb, 94 Nethergate. 

11 Miss Peat, 21 Alpin road. 

12 Miss Phillips, 134 Albert street. 

13 Miss M'Pherson, 21 Step row. 

14 Miss Watson, 6 Whitehall cres. 

15 Miss P. Lister, 76 Watson street. 

16 Miss Kirk, 7 Abbotsford street. 
17a Miss Grant, 50 Balgavies ave. 
18 Miss Crabb, 7 Hyndford place. 
20 Miss Braithwaite, 6 Bridge lane, 

Barnhill. 
21a Miss Andrews, 330 King street, 
Broughty Ferry. 

22 Miss Small, 36 Clepington road. 

23 Miss B. Guild, 96 Glenesk ave. 

24 Miss Mitchell, 58 Mains road. 

25 Miss Paterson, 272 Blackness rd. 

26 Mrs Johnston, 41 Hawkhill. 

27 Miss Spalding, 3 Rockfield street. 

28 Miss Smart, 46 High street. 

29 Miss Cumming, 59 Magdalen Yard 

road. 
31a Miss White, 10 Rosebery st. 

32 Miss Malloy, 17 Hillcrest road. 

33 Miss Thomson, 33 Peddie street. 

34 Miss Bury, 9 Briarwood terrace. 
35a Miss Carrie, 72 Dura street. 

36 Miss Ramsay, 340 King st. , B.F. 

37 Miss Mulligan, 85 Byron street. 

38 Miss E. Butchart, 26 Albany 

terrace. 

39 Miss Neilson, 293 Strathmore ave. 

40 Miss Watterston, 6 Duff street. 

41 Miss Bell, 45 Elm street. 

42 Miss Young, 272 Blackness rd. 

43 Miss Herald, 323 Clepington road. 

44 Miss Ireland, 28 Lift road. 

45 Miss Pryce, 22 Lawson place. 

46 Miss Herald, 60 Byron crescent. 

47 Mrs Stewart, 1 Kenmore place. 



48 Mrs Edward, 11 Esplanade, B.F. 

49 Miss Scott, 3' Lintrathen gardens. 

50 Miss Smart, 23 Law road. 

51 Miss D. Butchart, 26 Albany ter. 

52 Miss Macaulay, 14 Seafleld rd., 

Broughty Ferry. 

53 Miss Phillip, 6 Mains loan. 

54 Miss C. H. Adams, 24 Kinloch ter. 

55 Miss Manzie, 12 Kinnordy ter. 

56 Miss Daw, 6 Garland place. 

57 Miss Cochrane, 16 Kinloch street. 

58 Miss Baxter, 11 Baxter Park ter. 

59 Miss Clark, 28 Glenprosen drive. 

61 Miss Jeffrey, 27 Perth road. 

62 Miss Brown, 60 Kemback street. 

63 Miss Bald, 14 Duntrune terrace. 

West Ferry. 

Brownies and Brown Owls — 
1 Miss Duncan, 357 Strathmartine 

road. 
3 Miss Lackle, 182 Lochee road. 
4a Miss Christie, 19 Hyndford st. 
5a Miss Marshall, 2 Small's lane. 
7a Miss Moir, 40 Scott street. 
8a Miss Hunt, 1 Forebank terrace. 
8b Miss Shepherd, 69 Crescent st. 
9 Miss Kennedy, 12 Glamis drive. 
10 Mrs Edwards, 11 Esplanade, B.F. 
lib Miss H. Jupp, 307 Hilltown. 
12a Miss Beedie, 92 Victoria road. 
12b Miss Craig, 26 Stirling street. 

14 Miss J. Clark, 129 Pitkerro road. 

15 Miss Adamson, 105a Nethergate. 
16a Miss Crichton, 3 Miln street. 
16b Miss M'Quillan, 68 Ann street. 
20 Miss D. Nicoll, 80 Hawkhill. 

22 Miss Lackie, 182 Lochee road. 

23 Miss Husband, 1 Marshall st. 

24 Miss Stewart, 30 Long wynd. 

25 Miss Young, 261 Blackness rd. 

26 Miss Ireland, 27 Hawkhill. 

27 Miss Emslie, 1 Greenfield pi. 

28 Miss J. Weasenham, 49 Gellatly st. 

29 Miss Scott, 3S Pitkerro road. 
29b Miss Brown, 10 Molison street. 
31a Miss Andrews, 330 King St., B.F. 

33 Miss Abbot, 2 Ogilvie's road. 

34 Miss Shaw, 16 Abbotsford place. 

35 Miss Carrie, 72 Dura street. 

36 Miss Kettles, 1 Westfield avenue. 

38 Miss Fraser, 256 Blackness road. 

39 Miss Fettes, 57 Gardner street. 

40 Miss Martin, 109 Pitkerro road. 

41 Miss Johnstone, 3 Ellen street. 
41a Miss Mascall, 61 Monifleth rd., 

Broughty Ferry. 
42a Miss Oliver, 31 Union place. 
42b Miss Moir, 24 Constitution st. 

43 Miss J. Flood, 69 Pitkerro road. 

44 Miss Noble, 12 Stevenson street. 

45 Miss Martin, 29 Dundonald st 

46 Miss K. Fergusson, 76 Albert st. 

47 Miss Reid, 12 Martin street. 

48 Miss Foote, 38 Kerrington cres., 

Barnhill. 

50 Miss Pearson, 8 Johnston ave. 

51 Miss Jamie, 47 Milnbank road. 

52 Miss M'Connachie, 36 N. Ellen 

street. 



ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 87 

63 Miss Fairley, 11 Baxter Park ter. | 56 Miss Daw, 6 Garland place. 
54 Miss Manzie. 12 Kinnordy ter. j 58 Miss Thomson, 2 Elm street. 
65 Miss Ross, 10 Kinghorne road. i 60 Miss M. Ford, 1 Cardean street. 

Post Guides — Miss Kerr. 5 Airlie place. 
Post Rangers — Miss Brown, 60 Kemback street. 
Post Brownies — Mrs T. P. D. Murray, 44 Coupar Angus road, Lochee. 

SCOTTISH SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION FOR CHRISTIAN 
EDUCATION, Dundee Local Union. — Secretary, John Cape, 4 Kelso street. 

DUNDEE WESLEY GUILD.— Secretary, Arthur M 'Walter, 31 Benvierd. 

THE BOYS' BRIGADE, Dundee Battalion.— Headquarters, 7 White- 
hall crescent. President, W. F. Ferguson ; Vice-President, David Donald ; 
Secretary, C. Boyd Anderson, 7 Whitehall crescent ; Treasurer, Arthur E. 
Barry, 444 Blackness road. 

COMPANIES AND CAPTAINS— 

1 T. Culross, 13 St Peter street. 

2 W. C. Henderson, 21 Gardner St. 

3 D. J. Cunningham, 56 Nesbitt St. 

4 Stewart Robb, 9 Ferry road, 

Monifieth. 

5 John Smith, 13 Benvie road. 

6 R. G. Reid, 2 Lin? road, Lochee. 

7 J. B. Dundas, 30 Brantwood ave. 

8 W. F. Ferguson, 186 Arbroath rd. 

9 A. J. Henderson, 365 Perth road. 

10 W. Longair, 40 Greendykes rd. 

11 John Steele, 31 Elm street. 

12 R. D. Stenson, 2 Morgan street. 

13 E. C. Burness, 2 Catherine St. 

14 J. K. Robertson, 51 Woodside ter. 

15 J. Strachan, 17 Camperdown rd., 

Downfield. 

16 C. M'Kellican, 114 Arklay st. 

17 J. Chalmers, 78 Craigie avenue. 

18 W. Laskie, 8 Kelso street. 

19 A. Stalker, 17 Seymour street. 

20 A. E. Barry, 444 Blackness road. 

21 R. Simmie, 215 Clepington road. 

22 J. H. Millie, 23 Wolseley street. 

23 J. Eggie, 23 Baxter Park ter. 

24 A. MTCechnie, 1 Cunningham st. 



25 J. Gorrie, 15 Baffin street. 

26 Dr H. J. Fraser, 2 Stewart St., 

Lochee. 

27 T. C. Stocks, 17 Baxter Park ter. 

28 J. B. Roger, 295 Strathmore ave. 
23 Stewart Allan, 5 Macaulay st. 
3J. J. B. Coupar, 11 Muirfield st. 

32 J. L. Johnston, 59 Victoria st. 

33 J. D. Chalmers, 60 Main street. 

34 J. W. Taylor, 16 Alpin terrace. 

35 W. K. Fitzgerald, 13 Nevill st. 
33 A. P. Wilkie, 13 Glenmoy ave. 

37 F. G. Geekie, 33 Blackness ave. 

38 J. N. Stewart, 37 Scott street. 

39 R. M'Farlane, 2 Wilkie' s lane. 

40 R. Allan, 257 Clepington road. 

41 D. Hepburn, 19 Castle st. , B.F. 

42 G. Rodger, 39 Peddle street. 

43 Fred. Gordon, 1 Tullideph place. 

44 Rev. Allan Bell, S. Columba's 

manse, Invergowrie. 

45 W. T. Ellis, 339 Clepington road. 

46 Ken. M. Ritchie, 11 Rosebery st. 

47 J. A. Orcharton, 36 Noran ave. 

48 J. M'Walter. 21 Loons road. 

49 Rev. John Sinclair, Mains manse. 



BOYS' BRIGADE (Church of Scotland).— St Andrew's— Captain, R. A. 
Smith; Secretary, Alexander Williamson, 10 Mains loan. 

THE LIFE BOYS (the .Junior Reserve of the Boys' Brigade), Dundee 
Area. — Chairman and Supervisor, J. Armstrong Barry, 6 Panmure street; 
Assistant Supervisor, J. B. Roger, 295 Strathmore avenue ; Hon. Secretary 
and Treasurer, Miss Anne B. Geekie, 33 Blackness avenue. 
TEAMS AND LEADERS-IN-CHARGE— 



1 Miss A. Culross, 13 St Peter st. 

2 Miss E. Sagar, 29 Oxford st 

4 Mrs S. Robb, 9 Ferry road, 

Monifieth. 

5 Miss M. Alexander, 87 Lochee rd. 

7 J. B. Dundas, 30 Brantwood ave. 

8 (St Paul's)— 

Miss Wallace, 3 King's road. 
(All Saints')— 

Acting — Miss M. Angus, 30 
South road, Lochee. 

9 E. W. Stephen, 9 Blackness ave. 

10 Miss J. Galloway, 44 Clepington 

road. 

11 Miss M. Blyth, 86 Peddie street. 

12 Miss Stirling, 21 Johnston ave. 

13 Miss Milne, 26 Muirfield cres. 

14 Mrs W. R. Ingram, 23 Baxter 

Park terrace. 



15 Miss C. Low, 8 Molison street. 

16 J. Meikle, 23 Park avenue. 

17 Mr M'Kenzie, 22 Peel st., L. 

19 G. K. Smith, 106 Byron street. 

20 Miss M. Mitchell, 22 Raglan street. 

21 Miss A. Campbell, 7 Glenclova 

terrace. 

22 Miss Dora Wilson, 14 Nevill 

street, Downfield. 

23 John Eggie, 1 Gibson terrace. 

24 E. Thomson, 65 Watson street. 

2." Joan Duncan, 36 Lammerton ter. 

28 Miss J. B. Craig, 21 Loraine rd. 

29 S. Allan, 5 Macaulay street. 

31 J. Sharp, 185 Strathmartine rd. 

32 Miss Dow, 40 Baldovan terrace. 

33 Miss M'Farlane, 275 Blackness rd. 

34 Miss Morrison, 16 Kinghorne ter. 

35 B. Winton, 6 Cardean street. 



ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 



36 Miss H. Cranmer, 2 Arklay ter. 

37 Miss Geekie, 33 Blackness ave. 

38 Mrs Stewart, 37 Scott street. 

39 Miss C. Scott, 3a Baxter street. 

40 Alexander Jack, 32 Main street. 

41 D. Young, 6 E. Home St., B.P. 

42 W. Hutcheson, 29 Constitution st. 



43 Miss D. MTntosh, 7 Pitfour st. 

44 Miss A. Macdonald.Milburn.Inver- 

gowrie. 

45 Miss M Rutherford, 10 Lintrathen 

gardens. 
47 S. Mann, 285 Strathmore ave. 



Mains Parish — Miss J. 
Cardean street. 
Lochee Baptist, 



Unattached — 
Rollo, 8 I Castle Street Congregational — 

Mr Davidson, 30a James st. 
Dr H. Fraser, 2 Stewart street, Lochee. 



13 Miss Dow, 40 Baldovan terrace. 

14 Miss Moncrieff , 

15 Miss R. O. Gibson, 15 Baxter Park 

terrace. 

16 Mrs Rodger, 492 Strathmartinerd., 

Downfleld. 

17 Miss L. Coupar, 20 Corso street 

18 Mrs Fraser, 2 Stewart street, L. 

19 Miss M. I. Weatherhead, 13 Dud- 

hope terrace. 

20 Miss F. Smith, 2 Victoria rd., W.F. 



THE GIRLS' GUILDRY, Dundee Centre.— Hon. President, The Dowager 
Countess of Airlie ; Hon. Vice-President, Mrs C. F. Henderson ; President, 
Miss Henderson ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs H. Walker, Mrs Rettie, Mrs Donald, 
Mrs R. R. Smith, Miss Couper, Mrs W. H. Buist, Miss E. T. Bell, Mrs G. O. 
Cunningham, Mrs Athole Stewart, Miss Wybrants, Miss Kynoch ; Hon. 
Treasurer, Miss K. Nairn ; Hon. Secretary, Miss Weatherhead, 13 Dudhope 
terrace. 

COMPANIES AND GUARDIANS— 

1 Miss Lindsay, 46 Ashbank road. 

2 Miss Elder, 25 Morgan street. 

3 Miss Horsbrugh, 344 Perth road. 

4 Miss Weir, 16 Baxter Park ter. 

5 Miss Allan, 47 Rankine street. 

6 Miss Reid, 25 Adelaide place. 

7 Miss Weatherhead, 13 Dudhope ter. 

8 Miss Coutts, 66 Loons road, L. 

9 Mrs Reid, 60 Woodside terrace. 

10 Miss Farmer, 15 Union place. 

11 Miss Speed, 197 Strathmartine rd. 

12 Miss Bliss, 33 S. Tay street. 

CITY OF DUNDEE BOY SCOUTS' ASSOCIATION. County Council.— 
Hon. President, The Lord Provost ; Chairman, J. Ernest Cox ; Vice- 
Chairman, H. S. Sharp ; County Commissioner, T. Leslie Smith ; Hon. 
County Treasurer, Norman J. Bird; County Secretary, Major C. C. Lamb, 
172 Nethergate ; Western District Commissioner, Dr A. E. Chisholm ; (For 
Cubs), Miss J. V. Muir. Eastern District Commissioner, D. S. Bryson ; 
(For Cubs), Miss E. M'Laren. Broughty Ferry District Commissioner, W. 
Low Mitchell; (For Cubs), Miss E. Rouse. 

Local Associations. — Western — Chairman, W. R. Tattersall ; Hon. 
Secretary, N. H. Fleming, 16 Bank street. Eastern— Chairman, J. Martin; 
Hon. Secretary, E. M. Baxter, Eden lodge, BarnhiH. Broughty Ferry- 
Chairman, J. W. MacKay ; Hon. Secretary, T. Moonie, 31 Hamilton street, 
Barnhill. 

TROOPS AND SCOUTMASTERS— 

3 N. Hastie, 20 Wellington street 

4 E. Lynam, 12 City road. 

5 P. Jackson, 1 Muirfield street. 

7 A Low, 12 Balmore street. 

8 J. MacKenzie, 1 Blackheath pi. 

9 D. Fyffe, 16 Strathmartine road. 

12 J. Stirling, 21 Johnston avenue. 

13 W. F. M'Call, 62 Taylor's lane. 

14 N. H. Fleming, 40 Thomson st. 
19 J. Marshall, 229 Perth road. 

31 J. Dron, 92 Dens road. 

32 A. Brockie, Dunella, West Ferry. 
34 Dr D. J. Forbes, Baldovan Inst. 

38 F. Gray, Balgowan School. 

39 H. A. Johnston, 35 Noran ave. 

40 Rev. A. Macrae, 3 Maitland st. 

41 A. G. Fleming, 53 Dura street. 
44 R. Bell, 53 Church street. 
48 D. S. R. Stark, 12 Kerrsvlew ter. 



50 R. Addison, 60 Mains road. 

52 S. Smith, 14 Maryfleld terrace. 

53 J. Mathieson, 5 Pitfour street. 

54 E. Meakin, 74 Balgavies ave. 

56 D. Robertson, 16 Lochlee ter. 

57 A. L. Russell, 332 Perth road. 

58 Rev. I. Sturrock, 16 Argyle st. 

59 J. F. Johnston, 95 Alexander st 
Broughty Ferry — 

23 Rev. A. Ferenbach, 63 Seafleld 

road, Broughty Ferry. 
25 A. H. Rouse, 54 Seafleld rd., B.F. 
27 T. Leslie Smith, 81 Dundee road, 

Broughty Ferry. 
33 W. M. Wilson, 4 Forthill road, 

Broughty Ferry. 
45 F. J. Ribbeck, 36 Monlfleth road, 

Broughty Ferry. 
49 J. O. Stoneman, 3 Boyd pL, B.F. 



ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 



WOLF CUBS (Junior Scouts)— 

3 R. Brown, 281 Hllltown. 

5 Miss J. V. Muir, 18 Duntrune ter. , 
Broughty Perry. 

7 Miss J. S. Ness, 12 Brown Con- 
stable street. 

9 Miss C. Donald, 7 Douglas ter., 
Broughty Ferry. 

12 Miss I. Kelly, 59 Blackscroft. 

13 R. S. Conacher, 40 Cleghorn st. 

14 Miss G. Pert, 39 Paton's lane. 

18 Miss Ness, Edward pi. , Muirhead. 

19 Miss K. Brunton, 179 Blackness 

road. 

25 Miss E. Rouse, Balgillo rd., B.F. 

26 J. "Wallace, 6 Abbotsford place. 

31 Miss C. Guild, 2 Mains drive. 

32 Miss A. G. M'Intosh, 177 Strath- 

martine road. 



34 Miss C. Hay, Baldovan Institu- 
tion. 
36 Miss M. Husband, 46 High St., L. 

38 A. Macfarlane, 5 Bradbury street, 

Downfleld. 

39 Miss D. Leslie, 16 Corso street. 

40 Miss M. Scanlan, 38 Lilybank 

road. 

41 Miss E. M'Laren, 94 Dalkeith rd. 
44 Miss C. M'Cord, 15 Lorimer st 

48 Miss N. Mitchell, 22 Douglas 

terrace, Broughty Ferry. 
50 Miss M. Hynd, 29 Dundonald st. 

52 Miss L. Rae, 20 St Andrew's st. 

53 Miss N. Couper, 2 Park avenue. 

54 N. Bell, 27 North Ellen street. 

56 Miss R. Culross, 59 Blackscroft. 

57 Miss J. Winton, 54 Roseangle. 

58 Miss D. Paris, 16 Baffin street 



ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS, 31 Reform street.— Secretary, D. F. 
Murray, 17 Old Glamis road. 



JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES. 



Secretary, Charles Robb, 1 Elgin street. 
Hon. Secretary, William C. Ramsay, 



ANGUS CHRISTIAN UNION 
45 East Abbey street, Arbroath. 

ALLIANCE OF HONOUR, Dundee and District Branch.— Hon. Secretary, 
John O. Robertson, 10 Constitution road. 

CHURCH OF SCOTLAND GIRLS' ASSOCIATION (Dundee Com- 
mittee). — Secretary, Miss Hannah Grieve, 182 Lochee road. 

CHURCH OF SCOTLAND WOMEN'S GUILD (Dundee Presbyterial 
Council). — Secretary, Miss H. S. Brebner, 2 Scotswood terrace, Westpark rd. 

DUNDEE BROTHERHOOD, Foresters' Halls. —Secretary, Jas. Smeaton, 
60 North Court street. 

Lochee Brotherhood. — Secretary, A. Whitton, 2 Liff road, Lochee. 

M'Chetne Brotherhood (M'Cheyne Church). — Secretary, Stewart Liddle, 
362 Perth road. 

Broughty Ferky Brotherhood. — Secretary, G. M. Buchanan, 69 Dundee 
road, West Ferry. 

DUNDEE SISTERHOOD (Wesleyan Hall, Ward road).— Secretary, 
Mrs Stephen, 20 Baxter Park terrace. 

CHURCH SISTERS' ASSOCIATION.— President and Secretary, Miss 
Buchan, 3 Osborne place. 

NATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND, Dundee Auxiliary.— 
Hon. Treasurer, George A. Reid, 22 Meadowside ; Secretary, Rev. Alex- 
ander Home, 10 Constitution road. 

BRITISH -ISRAEL WORLD FEDERATION (Dundee Branch).— 
Secretary, Mrs A. R. Watt, 42 Dalkeith road. 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY, 9 Ward road.— Clerk, Mrs H. W. 
Renny. 

TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES— 

Church op Scotland Assembly Committee on Temperance. —District 
Agent, Roderick Pettigrew, 3 Elm street. 

Scottish Temperance Alliance, Dundee and Newport Council. — 
Secretary, John M'Cafferty, 64 East Haddon road. 



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ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 



Dundee and District Band of Hope Union. — Hon. Secretary, Roderick 
Pettigrew, 3 Elm street. Local Bands of Hope on Boll — 



Bonnethill— Miss Robb, 337 Strathmore 

avenue 
Bridgefoot — Rev. John Sinclair, Mains 

manse, Old Glamis road 
Butterburn — J. iMunro, 29 Mortimer st. 
Caledonia Hall— Miss M. Allan, 15 Lochee 

road 
C.F.B. Mission— J. P. M'Gregor, 185 

Clepingtonroad 
Commercial Hope, I.O.G.T. — James 

Clark, 15 Mains terrace 
Dudhope — John Phillips, 1 Moncur cres. 
Excelsior— David Hughes, 198 High street, 

Lochee 
Fishermen's Rescue Lodge, I.O.G.T. — 

Mrs Berry, 241 King street, Broughty 

Ferry 
Forward Tent, I.O.R.— P. Dobson, 242 

Clepington road 
Hope of Abertay, I.O.R.— David Fleming, 

13 Albert terrace, Monifieth 
Hope of Newport, I.O.R.— Mrs Mason, 

The Cottages, West Newport 
IslaTent, I.O.R. -Miss M. Kerr, 12 Ann- 
field street 
Lochee Baptist — Mrs H. J. Fraser, 2 

Stewart street, Lochee 

British Women's Temperance Association — (Angus District Union). 
— President, Mrs Sivewright, 7 Grove road, "West Ferry ; Hon. Treasurer, 
Miss Silvie, 10 "Ward road. Dundee Branches and Secretaries — 



Lochee Bog Mission — James W. Hutton, 

37 Rankin e street 
Mains — Rev. John Sinclair, Mains manse, 

Old Glamis road 
Methodist— John F. Smith, 6 Tait's lane 
Midmill — John S. Reid, 39 Longhaugh 

terrace, Midmill 
Maxwelltown Baptist — Miss Thomson, 

150 Hilltown 
Perseverance Tent — William Allan, 18 

Sycamore place 
St Peter's — J. T. Edwards, 43 Peddie 

street 
Taylor's Lane— Miss M'Donald, 296 Perth. 

road 
Temperance Home, I.O.G.T. — J. Gibb 

Scott, 22 Raglan street 
Upward— P. Dobson, 242 Clepington rd. 
U.F. Church— W. Anderson, 88 Strath- 

martine road 
Victory Tent, I.O.R.— P. Dobson, 242 

Clepington road 
Wallacetown Tent— Robert J. Sword, 14 

West wynd 
W r estport— G. Jamieson, 3 Rosewood ter- 
race 



Margaret Y.— Miss M'Kinnon, 18 Cobden 

street, Lochee 
Y.W.C.A., Lochee— Miss Lees, High St., 

Lochee 
St James — Mrs Robertson, 25 Loraine 

road 
Sunshine— Miss Rodger, 5 Adelaide terrace 

Grace Darling 

Newport— Mrs Brown, Eastbrook, East 

Newport 
Balgay— Mrs Kinnear, 17a Roseangle 
U.F. Church— Mrs W. Harris, 45 Mains 

loan 



Dundee— Mrs Gonnella, 103 Arbroath rd. 

Western — Miss Milne, Invergowrie 

Maxwelltown — Mrs Thomson, 49 Ann st. 

Martyrs — Mrs Barnes, 10a Baxter street 

Broughty Ferry— Miss Bell, 397 King 
street, Broughty Ferry 

Bonnethill— Mrs Mackenzie, 13 Sandeman 
street 

Northern — Miss Mitchell, 7 Americanmuir 
road, Downfield 

Caledonia— Miss M. M'Lagan,45 Blackness 
road 

St Paul's Mission — Miss A. Hunt, 1 Fore- 
bank terrace 

LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY, Dundee Auxiliary.— Secretaries, 
Rev. H. A. Inglis, 7 Union terrace, Rev. R. W. Currie, 18 Argyle street. 
Juvenile Auxiliary. — Secretary, Miss Robertson, 91 Blackness avenue. 
Ladies' Auxiliary. — Secretary, Mrs J. C. Lee, 39 Albany terrace. 

ST ANDREWS COLONIAL HOMES, KALIMPONG, INDIA, Dundee 

Auxiliary. — Secretary, Miss Stewart, 11 Inverary terrace. 

SOUTH AFRICA GENERAL MISSION.— Local Hon. Secretary and 
Treasurer, James Wood, 27 Leng street. 

KIKUYU MISSION.— Local Secretary, John M'Gregor, 8 Wortley place. 

NEW TESTAMENT MISSIONARY UNION. —Local Secretary, Miss 
Evelyn Scott, 444 Perth road. 

EVANGELICAL UNION OF SOUTH AMERICA, Dundee Auxiliary.— 
Secretary, G. H. Lindsay, 3 Gowrie street ; Box Secretaries, Miss Jessie 
Malone, 247 Arbroath road, and J. Fisher, 17 School road, Downfield. 

DUNDEE BIBLE AND MISSIONARY CLASSES.— Tay Street School; 
Hon. Secretary, W. M. Mackay, 27 Perth road. 



(91) 

EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY 
INSTITUTIONS. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE.— Trustees— The Lord Provost; Lieut. -Colonel 
Charles Iain Ker, D.S.O., M.C., M.P. ; Miss Florence Horsbrugh, M.P.; 
Dingle M. Foot, M.P.; Robert Carmichael Malcolm, M.A., LL.B., Sheriff- 
Substitute, Dundee; James A. R. Mackinnon, M.A., LL.B., Sheriff-Substi- 
tute, Forfar; Lord Dean of Guild C. H. Marshall, S.S.C. 

Governors — Life: W. C. Leng, LL.D., J. G. F. Lowson, Ph.D., Mrs John 
Sharp, Mrs F. B. Sharp, Mrs A. Mackenzie, Mrs Ralph A. Wilson, J. Ernest 
/Cox, B.A., LL.D., D. C. Thomson, J. C. Buist, LL.D., W. G. Robertson, 
M.A., J. B. Don, M.A., T. N. J. Bell, D.L., Sir William Henderson, C.B., 
LL.D., P. S. Brown, W. W. Fairweather, Wm. Low, LL.D. (Blebo), T. H. 
Smith, M.A., Miss Wybrants, James B. Ballingall, M.A., LL.B., Mrs Edward 
Cox of Cardean, William Ballingall, M.A., Charles H. Marshall, S.S.C, 
A. R. Fulton, D.Sc. Ex-officio : Earl of Strathmore, LL.D., Lord-Lieutenant 
of the County ; F. M. Batchelor, Convener of the County ; Capt. W. T. Shaw, 
M.P. for the County; Lieut-Colonel Charles Iain Ker, D.S.O., M.C., M.P. 
for Montrose Burghs ; D. P. Blades, M. A. , LL.B., K.C., Sheriff of the County ; 
Lord Dean of Guild C. H. Marshall ; James Prain, for the Chamber of 
Commerce; Hubert Carlton, for the High School; Robert Blackwood, for 
the Free Library ; and the members of the College Council for the time being. 

Council. — Elected by the Governors: J. Ernest Cox, B. A., LL.D. (Chairman), 
William Low, B.Sc. (Balmakewan), John C. Buist, LL.D., George Bonar, 
W. C. Leng, LL.D., Thomas H. H. Walker, William Low, LL.D. (Blebo), 
William Dunbar Macdougall, M.A., LL.B., William H. Valentine, B.A., 
Athole F. Stewart, Alexander Leighton, M.A., B.Sc, LL.D. Ex-officio: The 
Lord Provost, Miss Florence Horsbrugh, M.P., Dingle M. Foot, M.P.. Sheriff 
Malcolm, Sheriff Mackinnon, The Principal of the College, Sir James C. 
Irvine, LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.S. (elected by Privy Council); President of the 
Chamber of Commerce; Professors Alex. M'Kenzie, D.Sc, F.R.S. , 
A. R. Fulton, D.Sc, and D. R. Dow, M.D. (elected by the Professors); the 
President of the College ; Chairman of Directors Royal Infirmary ; W. G. B. 
Oliver, M.A., LL.B., W.S., Secretary. 

Principal (Interim) — 
Sir James Colquhoun Irvine, D.Sc, LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.S. 
Professors — 

Mathematics Edward Thomas Copson, M.A., D.Sc. 

Physics (Harris Chair) William Peddie, D.Sc, F.R.S. E. 

Chemistry Alexander M'Kenzie, M.A., Ph.D., D.Sc, 

F.R.S. 

Engineering and Drawing A. R. Fulton, D.Sc, A.M. Inst. C.E. 

NaturalHistory ( J. B. BaxterChair ) Alexander David Peacock, D. Sc. , F. R^. E. 

Botany R. J. D. Graham, M.A., D.Sc. 

Education W. W. M'Clelland, M.A., B.Sc, B.Ed. 

Anatomy (T. H. Cox Chair). ...D. Rutherford Dow, M.D., F.R.C.P.E. 

Physiology Robert C. Garry, M.B., Ch.B., D.Sc. 

Surgery R. C. Alexander, M.A., M.B., Ch.B., 

F.R.C.S.E. 

Medicine Adam Patrick, M.A., M.D., F.R.C.P. 

Materia Medica F. J. Charteris, M.D. 

Pathology Daniel F. Cappell, M.D. 

Midwifery Vacant 

Bacteriology W. J. Tulloch, M.D. 

Lecturers. — Latin, W. L. Lorimer, M.A. (Reader); Geology, D. E. Innes, 
M.A. (Reader) ; Fevers and Public Health, W. L. Burgess, M.D. (Reader) ; 
Scots Law, James Allison, M.A. , LL.B.: Mental Diseases, W. Tuach 
Mackenzie, M.D. ; Clinical Medicine, F. M. Milne, M.A., B.Sc, M.B., Ch.B.; 
Diseases of Skin, John Kinnear, M.D.; Diseases of Throat, Nose, and Ear, 
R. P. Mathers, M.D. ; Anaesthetics, Arthur Mills, M.D. ; German, Kenneth 
C. Hayens, M.A., D.Litt., and Charles T. Carr, M.A.; English, W. M. Clyde, 



92 EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

M.A., Ph.D.; Forensic Medicine, W. Fyffe Dorward, B.Sc, M.B., C'h.B.; 
French, W. M'Causland Stewart, M.A., and C. B. Lewis, M.A., Ph.D.; 
Clinical Surgery, Francis R. Brown, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S.E., and R. S. 
Melville, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S.E.; Pathology, G. R. Tudhope, M.B., Ch.B., 
Ph.D.; Natural Philosophy, James Forrest, M.A., D.Sc. ; Electrical Engineer- 
ing, W. M. Mackay, M.C., B.Sc, A.M.I.E.E. ; Civil Engineering, George S. 
Steel, B.Sc, Ph.D. ; Mechanical Engineering, John M. Hay, B.Sc, 
A.M.I.M.E. ; Philosophy, John N. Wright, M.A.; Botany, Edith Philip 
Smith, B.A., Ph.D.; Chemistry, J. D. M. Ross, M.A., D.Sc, and Robert 
Roger, B.Sc, Ph.D.; Mathematics, Frederick Bath, B.Sc, Ph.D.; Convey- 
ancing, H. J. Carlton, M.A., LL.B.; Administration and Organisation of 
Schools, Neil S. Snodgrass, M.A. ; Orthodontia, W. Graham Campbell, 
M.B., CM., D.D.S.; Dental Anatomy, H. Gordon Campbell, L.R.C.S., 
L.D.S.; Dental Histology, D. Lindsay Anderson, L.D.S. ; Operative 
Dental Surgery, J. Mudie Petrie, L.D.S.; Dental Mechanics, James Bruce, 
L.D.S.; Dental Metallurgy, R. Davidson Bell, L.D.S.; Dental Materia 
Medica, Wm. Clarke Fraser, L.R.C.S., L.D.S.; Dental Surgery and 
Pathology, W. R. Tattersall, L.D.S.; Dental Bacteriology, E. E. Cassaday, 
M.B., Ch.B., L.D.S.; Geology and Geography, F. Walker, B.A., D.Sc; 
Diseases of Children, James Thomson, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.P.E.; Ophthal- 
mology, A. R. Moodie, M.D.; Clinical Ophthalmology, Allister M. 
MacGillivray, M.D.; Radiology, G. H. S. Milln, M.B., Ch.B.; Regional 
Anatomy, James P. Campbell, M.B., Ch.B.; Clinical Pathology, George 
M. Montgomery, M.B., Ch.B.; Bacteriology, A. B. Stewart, M.B., Ch.B. 

Assistant Lecturers and Tutors. — Clinical Surgery, John Taylor, M.D., 
Ch.M., John J. Robb, F.R.C.S.E., and Walter G. Campbell, M.B., Ch.B., 
F.RC.S. ; Midwifery, Margaret Fairlie, M.B., Ch.B.; Physiology, David 
Stiven, Ph.D., D.Sc. ; Anaesthetics, J. M. Clark, M.B., Ch.B., J. Duke 
Stewart, M.B., Ch.B., and James Ferguson, M.B., Ch.B.; Physics, Winifred 
J. Smith, B.Sc, Ph.D., Raymond Smart, M.A.; Medicine, J. M. Morgan, 
M.B., Ch.B.; Anatomy, F. M. T. Skae, M.D.; Tuberculosis, J. H. Hunter, 
M.B., Ch.B.; Venereal Diseases, David M. Keay, M.B., Ch.B.; Diseases 
of Throat, Nose, and Ear, M. J. Gibson, F.R.C.S.E.; Mathematics, 
Cecil Gilberr, B.Sc, Ph.D., and W. W. Sawyer, B.A. ; Public Health, 
Margaret Scott Dickson, M.B., Ch.B.; Chemistry, Isobel A. Smith, M.A., 
B.Sc, Ph.D., and Alexander D. Wood, B.Sc; Materia Medica, Dorothy 
H. M. Ames, B.Sc, M.D.; Geology, James F. Scott, B.Sc, Ph.D., and 
George A. dimming, B.Sc, Ph.D.; Vaccination, W. Fyffe Dorward, M.B., 
Ch.B.; English, William A. Walker, M.A.; French, Gladys Dickinson, M.A., 
and Fraser Mackenzie, M.A. ; Clinical Medicine, James M. Stalker, M.B., 
Ch.B., Alexander Macklin, M.D., and John G. Clark, M.B., Ch.B.; Fevers, 
James A. Cuthbert, M.B., Ch.B. ; German, W. L. Wardale, M.A. ; 
Bacteriology, W. M. Cumming, M.B., Ch.B.; Engineering, Archibald P. 
Hall, B.Sc; Zoology, Ann R. Sanderson, B.Sc, Ph.D., and Leslie Comrie, 
B.Sc? ; Clinical Gynaecology, A. E. Chisholm, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S.E. ; 
Botany, R. A. Taylor, B.Sc ; Diseases of Children, W. L. Kinnear, M.D. 
Librarian — Harry M. Willsher, M.A. ; Secretary and Treasurer, W. G. B. 
Oliver, M.A., LL.B., W.S.; Clerk of Works, "Robert J. Linton: Janitor, 
W. T. Ramsay. 

Students' Union. — President, Cecil Johnstone; Treasurer, Dr J. D. M. 
Ross ; Secretary, H. Preston Watson, Students' Union, Perth road ; House- 
keepers, J. A. and Mrs Smith. 

Hostel for Women Students, 1 Airlie place. — Warden, Miss V. W. 
Moffatt. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND HEAD TEACHERS.— (For Education Com- 
mittee of Dundee Town Council see page 44. ) 

Ancrum Road, ... ... ... Albert Latto, M.A. 

Ann Street, ... ... ... ... A. C. Mackenzie Fraser, M.A. 

Blackness (161 Blackness road), ... James Clark 

Butterburn (95 Strathmartineroad), ... A. M'Intosh, M.A. 

Clepington (Sandeman street), ... ... C. N. Ramsay, M.A. 

Cowgate, ... ... ... ... R. Simpson, M.A. 



EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 



93 



M.A 



Dens Road, 

Downfield (School road, Downfield), 

Dudhope (St Mary terrace), 

Eastern (Whinnybrae, Broughty Ferry),.. 

Glebe Lands (Lilybank road), 

Grove Academy (Church St., Bro'ty Ferry), 

Harris Academy (Perth roadj, 

Hawkhill, 

Hill Street, ... 

Liff Road, Lochee, 

Logie Central School (Blackness road), .. 

Mains, 

Mitchell Street, 

Morgan Academy (Forfar road), 

Rockwell Central School, 

Rockwell Primary (La wton road), 

Rosebank (Tulloch crescent), 

Stobswell Central (Eliza street), ... 

Tay Street, ... 

Victoria Road, 

Wallacetown (Crescent street), ... 

Western (Dundee road, West Ferry), 

School for the Deaf (Dudhope terrace), ... 

Fairmuir Special for Defective Children, 

St Andrew's R.C. Boys (Brown street), ... 
Do. Girls & Infants (174 Overgate), 

St John's Central R.C. (Park place), 

St Joseph's R. C. Convent School (Lawside), 
Do. Boys (Blackness road), ... 

Do. Girls (Bellfield street), 

Do. Infants ,, 

St Mary's R.C. Boys (Forebank road), 
Do. Girls (Powrie place), 

Do. Infants (Forebank road), 

St Mary's R.C. Boys (Gibb's lane, Lochee), 
Do. Girls ,, 

Do. Infants ,, 

St Patrick's R.C. (Lilybank road), 

SS. Peter and Paul R.C. (Byron street),... 

St Martin's Episcopal (Marryat street), ... 

Sidlaw Sanatorium, 

NURSERY SCHOOL, Watson's lane — 
S. Snodgrass, M.A., Training College ; 
25 Tait's lane; Secretary, Miss E. S. M'Gregor, L.L.A., 365 Blackness 
road. Superintendent, Miss Jessie Porter. 

HIGH SCHOOL.— Directors— Ex officiis— The Lord Provost, Rev. A. E. 
Warr, B.D., Dean of Guild C. H. Marshall; from Town Council, James W. 
Christie ; from Education Committee, D. M. Christie, David Allan, Robert 
Loggie, Mrs White, Miss Bell; from Subscribers, Dr MacGillivray, W. Halley 
Brown, Wm. Bruce, Fergus M'Intyre, James Robertson, W. H. Buist, 
W. H. Valentine ; elected under Act 1882, Hubert Carlton, D. A. Anderson, 
Fergus M. Baxter, Sir Alexander Spence, David Air. 

Rector, Ian M. Bain, M.A., B.A. ; Headmasters — English, William P. 
Borland. M.A. ; Mathematics, John B. Meiklejohn, M.A. ; Classics, Ian M. 
Bain, M.A., B.A. ; Modern Languages, William A. Webb, M.A. ; Hand- 
writing, Book-keeping, Phonography, and Commercial Correspondence, 
Robert Mackenzie, M.A. ; Drawing and Painting, James Cadzow; Science, 
Walter L. Marshall, M.Sc. ; Music, Ernest Treasure; Needlework, Miss Mess; 
Calisthenics, Florence E. Whytock ; Gymnastics, Thomas M 'Laren ; Work- 
shop, Andrew S. Simpson ; Cookery, Miss Jarvie. Lady Superintendent 
(Girls' School), Miss A. Freda Barrie, M.A. Janitor, William Smith. 

Treasurer, W. E. Crichton, 93 Commercial street; Secretary, John L. 
Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 



William E. Reid 

J. Gordon Moncrieffe, 

James Cant, M.A. 

J. Leckie Reid, M.A. 

James MTnroy, M.A. 

James Taylor, M.A. 

Alexander Peterkin, M.A. 

Colin M. Morrison 

David Henderson 

Andrew Allan, M.A. 

John L. Peters, M.A. 

Miss M. G. Mackintosh 

Robert Duncan, M.A. 

D. E. Collier, M.A., B.Sc. 

John M'Hardy, M.A. 

Alexander N. Bryce, M.A. 

R. N. Buist, M.A. 

James Watson, M.A., B.Sc. 

Thomas Gray, M.A. 

Charles Cruickshank, M.A. 

Robert Nicol, M.A. 

Alexander Stark, M.A. 

Miss Mary Turnbull 

John W. Mann 

Thomas Dowling 

Miss Maria Morley 

Edward J. Macmullin 

Miss Mary Grannell 

H. Doherty 

Miss Honorah Long 

Miss Mary O'Brien 

James A. Donachy 

Miss Annie Guinan 

Miss Helen Timlin 

John M 'Donald 

Miss Helen Coutts 

Miss B. Hobin 

Joseph P. Tyrrell 

Joseph P. Robb, M.A. 

Miss B. L. Leah 

Mrs Eleanor M. Bell 
Chairman of Committee, Neil 
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94 EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

DUNDEE INSTITUTE OF ART AND TECHNOLOGY.— Under a 

scheme formulated by the Educational Endowments Commissioners, the 
Dundee Technical College and School of Art, the Duncan of Jordanstone 
Bequest, and the Gordon Trust Fund have all been amalgamated, and 
are now administered by one governing body consisting of three ex-officio 
governors, eleven elected governors from contributing Education Com- 
mittees, two elected governors from University College, Dundee, six co-opted 
governors representative of employers and employees in local industries, 
four co-opted governors to represent Fine Arts and Application of Arts to 
Industry, one co-opted governor experienced in the practical application of 
domestic arts and crafts, and three life governors. 

Governors. — Ex-officio — Sheriff Malcolm, The Lord Provost, Professor 
E. T. Copson; Life — James S. Greig, James A. L. Duncan, Sir William 
Henderson ; Elected — (from Dundee Town Council), William Reid, Mrs 
Lily Miller, David Allan, D. R. Kidd, Robert Loggie ; (from Angus 
County Council), Arthur King, W. W . Tyndall ; (from Fife County Council), 
Rev. R. Alexander, Miss F. J. Warrock ; (from Perth and Kinross County 
Council), H. Dalton Henderson, William Reid ; (from University College), 
Professor A. R. Fulton, Professor A. D. Peacock; Co-opted — Henry Main, 
W. H. Pilcher, James R. Milne, Henry Proctor, John F. Sime, John Kenneth, 
A. M. S. Richardson, Stewart Carmichael, William Mackay, Mrs Fair- 
weather, Frank J. Donald ; Secretary and Treasurer, James Keay. 

DUNDEE TECHNICAL COLLEGE, Bell street.— Principal, Frank G. 
Young, B.Sc. 

Teaching Staff. 

Building Trades Classes. — Architecture and Building Construction, H. 
Pearce Robbie, A.R.I.B.A., James Deuchars, James Nairn; Woodworking: 
Drawing, Thomas Petrie ; Workshop, Robert Alexander ; Plumbers' Work, 
James Stirling, R.P., W. R. Begbie, John Foreman, James Lobban. 

Mechanical Engineering Classes. — Engineering Drawing and Design, Walter 
M'Nicoll, M.I.Mech.E., and Assistants; Applied Mechanics and Structural 
Engineering, John French, M.A., B.Sc, and Assistants; Motive Power 
Engineering, Robert Royds, M.Sc, M.I.Mech.E., and Assistants. 

Electrical Engineering Classes. — Electricity and Electrical Engineering, 
John Conway, B.Sc, M.I.E.E., and Assistants. 

Textile Classes. — Jute and Flax Spinning, Hugh J. Dorman, and Assistants; 
Jute and Linen Weaving and Textile Design, William H. Cairns, A.T.I., 
George Dalgity and Assistants; Textile Calculations, T. D. S. Gracie, M.A. 

Naval Architecture, J. A. Liddle, Ship Designer ; Navigation, Captain W. 
K. Stewart and Captain J. W. Stephen; Ambulance, Henry Buist, M.D., 
Ch.B. ; Marine Engineering, W. D. Martin ; Mathematics, Alex. D. D. 
M'Kay, M.A., and Assistants ; Chemistry, Charles W. Cochrane, B.Sc, W. S. 
Liddle, B.Sc, William B. Proudfoot, Ph.C, B.Phar.; Pharmacy, David 
M'Call, B.Sc, Ph.D., Ph.C, F.L.S., George H. MacMorran, Ph.C, and 
Isabella M'Nicoll, B.Sc. 

Clerk and Treasurer, James Keay ; Janitor, R. F. Batchelor. 

Staff Association. — Chairman and Secy., Robt. Royds, Technical College. 

DUNDEE COLLEGE OF ART, Bell street.— Principal, Francis Cooper, 
A.R.CA(London), D.A.(Abdn.). 

Teaching Staff. 

Drawing and Painting. — J. Milne Purvis, D.A.(Glas.); Assistants — J. 
MTntosh Patrick, A.R.E., D.A.(Glas.), and Angus P. Sturrock, D.A. 

Modelling. — W. Armstrong Davidson, D.A.(Glas. ). 

Design. — Alexander L. Russell, D.A.(Edin.); Assistants — Angela Brad- 
shaw, Rhoda M. Philip, D.A., Charles J. Addison, D.A, Lawrence M. 
Gunn, D.A., Ninian R. Jamieson, D.A., Harry Macgregor, Robert M. 
Mackay, D.A., William L. Reid, D.A. 

Dress Design and Dressmaking. — Angela Bradshaw ; Assistants — Beatrice 
J. F. Scott, D.A., Martha M. R. Hunter. 

Fashion Drawing — Angela Bradshaw. 

Embroidery. — Angela Bradshaw; Assistants — Annie M. Anderson, D.A., 
Rhoda M. Philip, D.A., N. Rosemary Taylor, D.A., Rena Robertson, D.A. 



EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 95 

Etching.— J. M'Intosh Patrick, A.R.E., D.A.(Glas.). 

Illustration. — Dudley D. Watkins. 

Leatherwork. — W. Armstrong Davidson, D.A.(Glas.); Assistant, Janet 
M. Dempster, D.A. 

Metalwork and Jewellery. — W. Armstrong Davidson, D.A.(Glas.); 
Assistant, Joyce A. Halley, D.A. 

Pamting and Decorating. — Harry G. Thomson, F.I.B.D. Assistants — 
John Kelly and Charles Greer. 

Cabinetmaking. — William Stuart. 

Typography. — Harry Macgregor. 

Constructional Drawing. — Robert Duguid. 

Clerk and Treasurer, James Keay ; Janitor, R. F. Batchelor. 

DUNDEE TRAINING COLLEGE (St Andrews Provincial Committee 
for the Training of Teachers), Park place. — Chairman, George 
Soutar, M.A., D.Litt. 

Director of Studies. — Professor Wm. M'Clelland, M.A., B.Sc, B.Ed. 

Warden, Miss Edith Luke, M. A. ; Medical Officer, Robert V. C. Ash, M.B., 
Ch.B., D.P.H., M.C.; Principal Master of Method, Neil S. Snodgrass, M.A. 

Lecturers. — Education, the Director of Studies (Principal Lecturer), 
Thomas Hope, M.A., B.A., B.Ed. (Lecturer) ; History and English, Robert 
L. Mackie. M.A., B.Litt. ; Master of Method, Peter S. Lowson, M. A., B.Sc. ; 
Assistant Mistress of Method, Margaret Young, M.A., B.Ed.; Art, Alex- 
ander M. S. Richardson ; Manual Training, John Kerr ; Physical Education, 
Miss Margaret M. Dow, James Forbes, M.A. ; Household Management, Miss 
Esther Clerk; Nature Study, John Watson, M. A., B.Sc. ; Needlework, Eliza- 
beth L. M'Caskill ; Singing and Voice Production, Robert A. Reid, L.R.A.M. , 
A.R.C.M., A.T.C.L. ; Religious Education, Rev. James Smith, B.D., Ph.D. 

Chief Clerk, Robert B. Martin ; Janitor, George E. Caithness. 

Hostel. — Mayfield Hostel, 206 Broughty Ferry road. — Principal Warden, 
Miss Margaret S. Malloch. College Gardens, Mayfield (Rural School 
Course). — Demonstrator, Alexander Davidson. 

THE CITY OF DUNDEE EDUCATIONAL TRUST.— For the admini- 
stration of Educational Endowments. Governors — From the Education 
Committee of the Town Council, Peter Gillespie, Thomas Macpherson, 
Robert Loggie, Rev. T. S. Taylor, Miss E. T. Bell; from the Senatus 
Academicus of the University of St Andrews, Professor H. W. Turnbvdl ; 
from the Workers' Educational Association (Dundee and District Branch), 
James S. Brown ; from the Dundee Chamber of Commerce, Fergus M. 
Baxter ; from the General Kirk Session of Dundee, Rev. James Boath Wood ; 
from the Council of University College, Dundee, Professor A. R. Fulton ; 
from the Dundee Young Women's Christian Association, Mrs Kinnear ; from 
the Educational Institute of Scotland (Dundee Branch), Ian Bain; from the 
Dundee Trades and Labour Council (Industrial Section), John Kenneth, jun. 

The funds are applied in providing bursaries awarded on competitive 
examination to students whose parents require financial aid in giving their 
children higher education. 

University Bursaries. — (a) Residential Scholarship — One residential 
scholarship, tenable for three or four years at the University of St Andrews, 
of an annual value of £100, is awarded by competition among inhabitants of 
Dundee in attendance at a Secondary School, and who require financial aid to 
enable them to attend the said University, and to reside in a residential hall 
of the University, (b) Entrance Bursaries— Four bursaries or thereby each 
tenable for three years at any Scottish University, of an annual value of £50 
or thereby, are awarded by competition amongst inhabitants of Dundee in 
attendance at any school where secondary education is provided, and who 
require financial aid to derive the greatest benefit from a University 
education, (c) Undergraduate Bursaries — Bursaries of £50 or thereby are 
also awarded by competition or otherwise to inhabitants of Dundee already in 
attendance at a University, and who require financial aid to enable them to 
complete the University education. 

Central Institution Bursaries. — Bursaries of the standard value of £50 
per annum, tenable for such period as may be fixed by the Governors in each 



96 EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

case at a Central Institution, Training College, or the School of Economics 
and Commerce, open to inhabitants of Dundee who require financial assist- 
ance to attend courses at these Institutions, will be available when the 
Scheme of the Trust is in full operation. 

High School Bursaries. — Ten bursaries or thereby, each tenable for 
five or six years in the secondary department of the High School (Classes V. 
to X.) of the annual value of £20, are awarded by competition among 
scholars who are inhabitants of Dundee, and whose parents or guardians 
require financial aid in providing their children with secondary education. 
The bursaries are open to children in attendance at the High School or at 
any public or grant aided school in Dundee. 

Miscellaneous Grants. — The Governors have also power, under the 
Scheme of the Trust, to make grants in aid of travel abroad (for purposes of 
an educational nature), holiday travel, adult education, psychological clinics, 
sports facilities, support of clubs, &c. , and depots for provision of meals 
to children. 

Application forms can be obtained from the Clerk and Factor, Douglas D. 
Urquhart, 148 Nethergate. 

DUNDEE SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND COMMERCE, 17 Bell 

street. — Management Committee (appointed by Town Council) — Lord Provost 
Phin, R. Loggie (Chairman), C. H. Marshall, William Reid, D. R. Kidd, 
J. M. Fraser, D. Williamson, Very Rev. Dean Jobberns, D.D. Advisory 
Committee (appointed by Chamber of Commerce) — James Robertson, Athole 
F. Stewart, Sir Alexander Spence, George Bonar, Sir William Henderson, 
T. H. Walker, George R. Donald. Principal, James A. Bowie, M.A., D.Litt. 
Lecturers — J. C. Gilbert, B. Com.; J. K. Eastham, B.Sc.(Econ. ) ; Frances 
M. Fordyce, M.A. ; V. W. J. Pendred, B.Com.; S. G. E. Lythe, M.A.; 
A. W. Mudie, C.A. ; Secretary, Andrew Sturrock. Janitor, W. G. Sharp, 
3 Glenogil avenue. 

Students' Union. — President, Robert Dow; Treasurer, Andrew Sturrock; 
Secretary, David Malcolm, B.Sc. , 17 Bell street. 

CHILD GUIDANCE CLINIC. —Secretary, John R. Cameron, 15 City sq. 

MORGAN TRUST. — Governors — From Town Council, Lord Provost 
Phin, Findlay Lesslie; from Town Council of Forfar, Provost J. V. Graham; 
from Town Council of Arbroath, Sir William Chapel ; from Town Council of 
Montrose, John Yorston ; from Educational Institute, Miss Roberta O. 
Gibson ; from Presbytery, Rev. John Sinclair ; from Education Committee, 
Miss Bell ; from Nine Trades, Robert Loggie ; from Dundee Trades and 
Labour Council, D. R. Kidd. Clerk and Factor, James Fenton, 4 High street. 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS.— 

Seafield House Preparatory School, 24 Claypots road, Broughty 
Ferry. — Principal — Oswald P. Arton, M.A.(Oxon.). 

Seymour Lodge School for Girls, 259 Perth road. — Principal — Miss 
Robertson ; annexe, Binn Ericht, 438 Perth road. 

Dundee School of Music, 1 West Bell street. — Principal — Wm. Hartley. 

BUSINESS TRAINING COLLEGES.— 

Bpucb's Business Training - College and School of Shorthand, 
Typewriting, and Book-Keeping, 13 Albert square (Telephone No. 4865). — 
Principal— William Bruce, F.C.I., F.F.T.Com. 

Foley's Business Training College, 6 Panmure street. 

Paton's Business Training College and Commercial School of 
Shorthand, Typewriting, and Business Routine, 22-24 Bank street. (See Adv.) 

ANGUS COUNTY COUNCIL (EDUCATION COMMITTEE).— 
Monifieth District School Management Committee. — For the Parishes 
of Monifieth, Monikie, and Murroes — Wm. W. Tyndall (Chairman), John 
W. A. Wilson, James W. White, John F. Cunningham, William S. Wilson, 
Andrew Millar, Alexander MTntyre, George G. Ritchie, Thomas Young. 
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EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 97 

Headmasters. — Monifieth, John F. Cunningham; Mattocks, T. T. Rennie; 
Monikie, Wm. S. Wilson ; Newbigging, John M'Intosh ; Murroes, . 

Mains District School Management Committee. — For the Parishes of 
Dundee (Landward), Mains and Strathmartine, Auchterhouse, and Tealing — 
F. M. Batchelor (Chairman), Robert Wallace, William Cochrane, James 
Millar, Fergus M. Baxter, Jonathan M'Leod, R. Nicoll, A. D. Campbell, 
Rev. John K. Cameron, Alfred A. Duncan ; Clerk, David Gowans, 45 
Commercial street. 

Headmasters. — Drumgeith, A. M. Buttar; Strathmartine, A. D. Campbell; 
Auchterhouse, Frank K. Smith ; Tealing, James Macgregor. 

Lipf District School Management Committee.— For the Parishes of 
Lundie, Fowlis Easter, and Liff and Benvie — Rev. A. Monro (Chairman), 
Alex. Spence, John E. Murray, James Beattie, Alexander Wynd, William 
L. Thorns, Patrick K. M. Smith, John Linton ; Clerk, David Gowans, 45 
Commercial street. 

Headmasters. — Lundie, James Beattie ; Fowlis Easter, Mrs E. D. 
Storrar ; Liff, William Addison ; Muirhead, John Linton. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COMMERCIAL EDUCATION COM- 

MITTEE.— James Robertson (President), Athole F. Stewart (Vice-President), 
Sir Alexander Spence (ex-President), George Bonar, Sir William Henderson, 
T. H. H. Walker ; Co-opted Members, W. A. Robertson, John S. Lumsden, 
John R. Cameron, Frank G. Young, James A. Bowie. Organiser, John 
Muir, 231 Perth road. Secretary, George R. Donald, 3 Bank street. 

DUNDEE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, 10 Constitution 
road. — President, Sir William Henderson ; Vice-Presidents, Robert Gibson, 
J. C. Buist, William Nairn, W. H. Buist, A. A. Lorimer, T. H. Smith, 
R. Malone, George Knowles, Andrew Buik, A. W. Joyce, Charles Robbie, 
AVilliam Strachan ; Directors, R. Ferguson, D. Johnston, George K. Martin, 
F. Hunt, jun., Allan Marr, W. Morrison, E. Palmer, W. A. Milne, T. W. 
Stewart, Charles Clark, Alexander Goodall, Alexander Nicoll ; Hon. 
Secretaries, S. F. Anderson and A. R. M'Farlane; Hon. Treasurers, B. L. 
Nairn and David Drummond ; General Secretary, James Weir. Reading 
and Writing Rooms, also Games Room with four billiard tables. Badminton 
Court. Social Parlour. Cricket, Football, Tennis, Gymnastic, Swimming, 
Weight-lifting, and Camera Clubs. Register of Lodgings for Young Men. 
Also Junior Section. Young Men's Bible Class every Sunday at 5 p.m.; 
Junior Class at 10 a.m. 

Y.M.C.A. Recreation Park at foot of Muirfield road, Fairmuir. 

BROUGHTY FERRY YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, 
147 Brook street, Broughty Ferry. — Hon. President, Adam Hunter; President, 
P. J. Duncan ; Vice-Presidents, R. M'Gill, G. W. Wild, A. J. Cruickshanks ; 
Directors, D. Hepburn, J. Braid, T. L. Gray, J. A. R. Skinner, W. M 'Donald, 
W. Lindsay; Treasurer, Charles G. Willsher; Secretary, Leighton King, 
225 King street, Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, Institute and 
Boarding Houses, Registry for Servants and Governesses, &c, 33, 37, 39 
South Tay street. 

Hon. President, Miss Henderson; Hon. Acting President, Miss Alice J. 
Scott; Hon. Vice-Presidents, Lady Kinnaird, Mrs William Kinnear; Com- 
mittee, Mrs Halley, Miss Strathearn, Mrs Peter Johnston, Mrs Bethune 
Duncan, Miss Median, Mrs Yule, Miss A. Douglas, Miss R. Fen wick, Miss 
A. Farquharson, Mrs Douglass, Mrs Wm. Stewart, Mrs Quentin Agnew ; Hon. 
Treasurer, Miss Lindsay ; Treasurer, Miss J. H. Law ; Secretay, Miss Bliss. 

School of Domestic Science. — Joint Hon. Secretaries, Mrs Wm. Kinnear, 
17a Roseangle, and Miss Holmes, 2 Richmond terrace ; Classes for Cookery, 
Housewifery, Dressmaking, Ladies' Tailoring, Millinery, Laundry, White 
Seam, Embroidery, Upholstery, Leatherwork, Lacquer, Vety, Basketry and 
Raffia, Sick Nursing, Ambulance, &c. Holiday Home and Boarding House, 
Jessiman Memorial Holiday Home, Abernethy — particulars apply Super- 
intendent, Jessiman Memorial Holiday Home, Abernethy. 
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98 EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

LOCHEB YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, Rooms, 
35 High street, Lochee. — President, Mrs Wilkie ; Vice-President, Mrs Carlton ; 
Committee, Mrs Ramsay, Mrs Williamson, Mrs M'Lean, Mrs Sprunt, Mrs 
Macgregor, Mrs Bodin, Miss Tyrie, Miss Stewart, Miss Stevenson, Mrs 
M 'Donald, Mrs Allison, Mrs Henderson, Mrs Paterson, Mrs Lawson, 
Mrs Nicol ; Hon. Treasurer, Mrs Pritchard ; Hon. Secretary, Mrs Allan, 41 
Albany terrace ; Lady Superintendent, Sister Beatrice Lees. 

EDUCATIONAL MORTIFICATIONS.— 

Anderson Scholarship Fund. — The interest of £1,400 is applied for the 
endowment of three Scholarships at the University of St Andrews, for High 
School pupils. Patrons, the Directors of the High School. Secretary, John 
L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

The Misses Baxter of Balgavies Scholarship Fund. — The sum of 
£2,500 was mortified for the endowment of two Engineering Scholarships of 
£40 each ; and the accumulations of income were consolidated for the founda- 
tion and endowment of three additional Bursaries of the value of £38 
each, at the University of Edinburgh, in connection with the High 
School. Patrons, the Directors of the High School. Secretary, John L. 
Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

Bute Scholarship or Bursary in the University op St Andrews. 
— By deed dated 15th September 1893, £1000 was mortified by the Marquis 
of Bute for the establishment of a Dundee Scholarship or Bursary in the 
University of St Andrews. The Bursary amounts to about £35 per annum, 
and is tenable for three or four years. The Lord Provost of Dundee is 
Patron. All candidates must enter the Competition for Entrance Bursaries 
held in University College, Dundee. The Scholarship is administered by the 
University of St Andrews. Secretary, Andrew Bennett. 

Sir James Caird's Travelling Scholarships Trust.— The sum of 
£200,000 was mortified by the late Mrs Marryat for the creation of Travel- 
ling Scholarships in Engineering, Electricity, Aeronautics, and Music. 
Junior and Senior Scholarships in each of these subjects are awarded 
annually. The minimum and maximum tenures of each Scholarship are one 
year and three 3 T ears respectively. Applications must be made before 31st 
March annually, except in the case of music, when they should be made 
before 28th February. Secretary, John Pearson, 7 Ward road. 

Edward Bursary Fund. — The interest of £150 is applied for the education 
of one or more bursars at the Classical and Mathematical Departments of the 
High School. Patrons, the Directors of the High School. Secretary, John 
L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

Alexander Edward's Educational Bequest. — The interest of £1,000 is 
applied for the education of bursars at the High School. Patrons, the 
Directors of the High School. Secretary, John L. Stevenson, 46 Reform 
street. 

Dr William Guild's — 1656. — The Bursary amounts to about £11 a year, is 
tenable at the United College of St Salvator and St Leonard, St Andrews. 
Patron, the Lord Provost of Dundee. Candidates must enter the Bursary 
Competition at the United College, St Andrews. The Bursary is under 
the administration of the University of St Andrews. Secretary, Andrew 
Bennett. 

Lawson's Mortification— 1728.— Capital, 2,000 merks (£1,333 6s 8d 
Scots), in hands of College Authorities to maintain bursar of the name of 
Lawson or Gray at St Leonard's College, St Andrews. Patron, the Lord 
Provost. 

Patrick A. Lowson Memorial Scholarship — 1873. — Capital Funds, 
£3,000. The Scholarship may be held for two years, and is worth, subject to- 
certain conditions, not less than £70 per annum, and is presently £100 per 
annum. Candidates must have attended three years, not necessarily con- 
secutive, at a School or Schools in Dundee (including Broughty Ferry), and 
may have attended, for not more than one academic year, any University or 
College in the United Kingdom. Trustees, the Parish Minister of Dundee^ 



EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 99 

the Lord Provost of Dundee, the President of the Chamber of Commerce 
(ex-officio), James G. F. Lowson, J. C. Buist, F. D. J. Buist, and D. A. 
Anderson. Secretary and Treasurer, J. Armstrong Barry, 6 Panmure street. 

Mackenzie Scholarship. — Founded by Miss E. B. Mackenzie, Broughty 
Ferry, in memory of the Rev. John Mackenzie, Minister of the Parish of 
Kettins, of about £25 for an essay on a prescribed subject, is open to men 
studying for the ministry of the Church of Scotland in the Divinity Halls of 
the four Scottish Universities, or at any School of Theology recognised by 
the Church of Scotland as qualifying for her ministry, or to any Probationer 
of the Church of Scotland within a year after completion of studies at 
such institutions. For regulations, subject prescribed, &c, apply to J. & J. 
Ogilvie, 13 Albert square. 

Charles Ower's Mafeking Gift. — Founded in 1900 by Charles Ower, 
A.M. I.C. E., F.S.A. (Scot.), who disponed to and in favour of the Lord 
Provost, Magistrates, and Town Councillors, for behoof of the Free Library 
Committee, Gas Annuities to the value of one hundred and forty guineas, 
yielding annual interest of five guineas, in commemoration of the British 
troops having entered Mafeking, South Africa, and relieved the siege of that 
town on 17th May 1900. The interest to be spent in the purchase of high- 
class illustrated architectural books, or failing that, to be handed over 
to the Dundee Royal Infirmary, or failing that, to any poor person residing 
within the burgh of Dundee who may be in urgent need. Funds, £100. 
In extension of the Mafeking gift, Mr Ower has conveyed to the Town 
Council subjects in North Tay street. Factor, William Aiken, City 
Chamberlain. 

Leng Trust. — For the encouragement of literary and scientific pursuits, 
and to promote the teaching of the Songs of Scotland. Trustees — The Lord 
Provost, the President of the Chamber of Commerce, the Principal and the 
Professor or Lecturer of English Literature in University College, the Chair- 
man of the Technical College, and John A. Leng. Secretaries — Sturrock 
& Morrison, 10 Whitehall street. 

Thomas Thow Scholarship — 1881. — The Scholarship, which amounts to 
about £50 a year, is open annually to students entering upon their fourth 
session at St Andrews University, with a view to graduation with honours 
in arts. The Scholarship is under the administration of the University of 
St Andrews. Secretary, Andrew Bennett. 

William Byers Bursary — 1876. — The Bursary amounts to about £34 
a year, and is in the patronage of the Senatus of St Andrews University. 
It may be held by an entrant student in the Faculty of Arts. Preference 
is given to natives of the Parish of Mains and Strathmartine, or to persons 
who for not less than two years have regularly attended a primary school in 
said Parish, or at Downfield or Mains Public School, and have subsequently 
for a similar period been in regular attendance at Dundee High School, 
Harris Academy, or Morgan Academy. The Secretary, University of St 
Andrews. 

ARMITSTEAD TRUST.— For the providing of educative lectures, prin- 
cipally for the artisan class. Trustees, J. C. Buist, Sir William Henderson, 
George Bonar, Rev. Dr Fergusson, George R. Donald ; Secretary, W. L. 
Pattullo, 93 Commercial street. 

JAMES DUNCAN'S BEQUEST.— The late James Duncan of Jordanstone 
and Drumfork bequeathed five of twenty -nine equal shares of the residue of his 
estate for the purpose of founding in Dundee a School of Industrial Art, to 
be named and known for all time to come as " The Duncan of Jordanstone 
Art School. " The funds available for this Bequest are expected to amount 
to about £160,000. By a scheme issued under The Educational Endowments 
Acts, 1928 and 1931, the Trust was amalgamated with the Dundee Technical 
College and School of Art and the late James Gordon's Trust, and the 
amalgamated trusts were incorporated under the name or style of " The 
Dundee Institute of Art and Technology." 



100 EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

"WORKERS' EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION.— Secretary, William 
Coupar, 8 Kingsway terrace, Park road, Downfield. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCOTLAND, Local Association.— 
President, Charles Mowat ; Vice-President, A. Peterkin ; Treasurer, James 
Watson ; Secretary, Joseph D. Tyrrell, St Patrick's School. 

St Andrews Secondary Education District. — Convener, W. J. Grant, 
M.A., B.Sc, Webster's Seminary, Kirriemuir; Vice - Convener, W. M. 
Smail, M.A., The Academy, Perth; Secretary, George S. Robertson, M.A., 
P. S.A.Scot., High School, Arbroath. 

St Andrews Secondary Education District, Art Section.— Secretary, 
Miss A. Anderson, Rockwell Central School. 

St Andrews Secondary Education District, Science and Mathe- 
matical Section. — Secretary, J. W. Crawford, B.Sc, Forfar Academy. 

DUNDEE HEAD TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.— President, Alexander 
Peterkin, Harris Academy ; Secretary, Andrew M'Intosh, M.A., Butterburn 
Public School. 

WELFARE HALLS.— Ash ton Works, Annfield road; Bowbridge, Thistle 
street ; John Sharp & Sons, Ltd. , Welfare Institute, 68 Lochee road ; 
Camperdown, 17 Bright street, Lochee ; Craigie, 5 Raglan street ; Garden, 
Mitchell street ; Seafield, 60 Taylor's lane ; Scott's Welfare Club, 46 Dens 
road. 

DUNDEE SOCIOLOGICAL CLUB.— Secretary, Miss M'Kean. Beech- 
wood terrace, West Newport. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT POST OFFICE SOCIAL AND SPORTS 
GLUB. — Secretary, D. F. Panton, 32 Noran avenue. 

MUIRHEAD AND DISTRICT SOCIAL CLUB. — Secretary, David L. 
Brown, Sunnyview, Birkhill. 

NEWBIGGING SOCIAL CLUB. — Secretary, Alexander Chalmers, 
Elmlea, Newbigging, Kingennie. 

MONIKIE MEN'S CLUB.— Secretary, William S. Wilson, Schoolhouse, 
Monikie. 

FOWLIS AND DISTRICT MEN'S CLUB.— Secretary and Treasurer, 
James Reid, Mains of Fowlis, Fowlis Easter. 

PATER SON TRUST, Longf organ.— Trustees, Charles J. G. Paterson, 
Rev. William MacNicol ; Committee, D. M. Urquhart (Chairman), Andrew 
M'Farlane, T. C. Forbes, R. D. M'Laggan, J. London, W. G. Walker, 
Andrew Wilkie, Thomas Miller ; Secretary, George A. Scott, Carseview, 
Longforgan. 

SCOTTISH WOMEN'S RURAL INSTITUTES.— 

Auchterhouse. — Secretary, Mrs Stirling, East Mains, Auchterhouse. 
Monikie. — Secretary, Miss Gladys Burnett, The Mill, Monikie. 
Mattocks. — Secretary, Mrs Sturrock, Mill house, Pitkerro, Kingennie. 
Tealing. — Secretary, Miss Olivia Wilson, The Manse, Tealing. 

CATHOLIC YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN.— 
St Joseph's Branch. — Rooms, 35 Blackness road. Secretary, J. Brown. 

DUNDEE AND EAST OF SCOTLAND PHOTOGRAPHIC ASSOCIA- 
TION, Rooms, Y.M.C.A. buildings. — Secretary, Norman G. Brown, 10 
Kilberry street, Lochee. 

DUNDEE CINE SOCIETY.— Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, J. Clifford 
Todd, Grange, Errol. Meetings, Royal Hotel, Sept. -May. 

DUNDEE AND ST ANDREWS FILM SOCIETY— Hon. Secretary, 
G. Edwin Geddes, Scotswood crescent, Wormit. 

DUNDEE ART SOCIETY— Hon. Secretary, Charles M. Pearson. Art 

Society's Rooms, 43 Nethergate. 



EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 101 

DUNDEE FINE ART ASSOCIATION.— Victoria Art Galleries, Albert 
Institute — Exhibition of Works of Living Artists. Hon. Secretary and 
Treasurer, A. S. "Webster, Albert Institute. 

THE DUNDEE INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (Dundee Chapter of the 
Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland). — Secretary and Treasurer, 
J. Murray Wilkie, 27 Bank street. Club Rooms, 43 Nethergate. 

ROYAL EXCHANGE READING-ROOM, Royal Exchange buildings.— 
Under the management of the Directors of the Chamber of Commerce. 
Secretary, George R. Donald, 3 Bank street. 

DUNDEE NATURALISTS' SOCIETY.— Hon. Secretary, Edwin D. 
Sturrock, 2 Wilkie's lane. 

MILLS OBSERVATORY, Balgay Hill.— Equipped with 18-inch New- 
tonian reflecting telescope and two 4-inch terrestrial telescopes. Curator, 
J. Grant Bruce, F.R.A.S., 66 Nethergate. Open to the public during winter 
months — Monday, 7 to 10 p.m. ; Wednesday, 2 to 4 p.m., and 7 to 10 p.m. ; 
Saturday, 2 to 4 p.m., and 7 to 10 p.m.; private parties, other nights by 
arrangement with curator ; charges, afternoon session 2d, evening session 3d. 

PUBLIC LIBRARIES, ART, and NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, 
AND FINE ART GALLERIES, Albert Institute and Ward road; also Lochee, 
Arthurstone, Blackness, Coldside, Broughty Ferry, and St Roque's District 
Libraries, and Dudhope Museum, Dudhope Park. Committee — From the 
Town Council, The Lord Provost (Chairman), Bailie R. Blackwood (Vice- 
Chairman), Bailie Findlay Lesslie ; Councillors D. R. Kidd, R. Loggie, 
D. M. Christie, J. M. Fraser, W. M. Ames, J. Noble ; from the House- 
holders, Dr F. M. Milne, J. Hennessy, D. Mudie, John Robertson, D. 
Williamson, A. Malcolm, J. Muir, R. J. Larg, Peter M'Cabe, W. H. Buist. 

Chief Librarian and Curator, and Clerk to Board, A. S. Webster ; Sub- 
Librarian, J. D. Dundas ; Assistant Librarians at Central and Branches, 
A. Small, Miss E. Webster, F.L.A., S. Ross, J. Taylor, W. Taylor, 
D. Doig, D. Leith, J. Petrie, G. Park, Miss Spalding, S. Nicoll, and juniors. 

HOURS. — Central Library — Daily, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. ; Thursday, 10 a.m. 
to 1 p.m. Central Reference and Commercial Library — Daily, 10 a.m. to 
9.30 p.m. Central Reading Rooms, Ward road — 9 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. ; Sunday, 
3 to S p.m. Branch Libraries— 9 a.m. to 1.30 p.m., 4.30 to 8 p.m. ; Thursday, 
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Branch Reading Rooms — 9 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. Central 
Museum — Monday and Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and 7 to 9 p.m. ; 
Tuesday and Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. ; Thursday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ; , 
Saturday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. ; Sunday, 2 to 5 p.m. Juvenile Library and/'. 
Reading Room, Ward road — Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, A" 
12 to 1.30 p.m., 4.30 to 8 p.m. ; Thursday (Reading Room only), 4.30 toj° isgv- 

8 p.m. ; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m., and 4.30 to 8 p.m. Sculpture \j„ ^^ ^ 
Galleries, Ward road — Monday and Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 5 p m., 7 p.m. to \~>7 L i\\Q/ 

9 p.m. ; Tuesday and Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thursday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; ^«— 
Saturday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. ; Sunday, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Dudhope Museum — 

11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, to 9 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.; 
also by arrangement any evening for Mechanical, Science, Art, or Technical 
Classes. 

Victoria Art Galleries Committee of Management. — 
(Chairman), The Lord Provost, Bailies Blackwood and Lesslie; Councillors 
Kidd, Loggie, D. M. Christie, Fraser, Ames, Noble ; Secretary, A. S. Webster. 

DUNDEE SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY, ALBERT INSTITUTE.— Com- 
mittee — Hon. Chairman, Lord Provost Phin ; Dr F. M. Milne (Chairman) ; 
David Mudie, Adam Malcolm, R. Loggie, R. J. Larg, Mrs J. S. Y. Rogers, 
Miss Muckersie, A. W. Kennedy, Rev. Dr J. M'Connachie, W. H. Buist, 
Frank Thomson, H. Craigie Smith ; Hon. Treasurer, D. A. Mortimer ; 
Secretary, A. S. Webster. 

LOCHEE LITERARY ASSOCIATION. — Secretary and Treasurer, 
Thomas M. Stewart, 68 Gardner street. Library and Reading Rooms, 133 
High street, Lochee — open daily from 8 a.m. till 11.30 p.m. 



102 EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

DUNDEE INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS AND SOCIETY OF 
EXPERIMENTAL ENGINEERS.— Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, W. D. 
Martin, 89 Blackness avenue. 

INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS (Dundee Sub-Centre). 
— Hon. Secretary, W. D. Martin, 89 Blackness avenue. 

GRAMPIAN CLUB.— Hon. Meet Secretary, George A. R. Spence, 63 
Strathern road, West Ferry ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, A. M. Spence, 
294 King street, Broughty Ferry. 

ROYAL SCOTTISH GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY— Hon. Secretary, 
William Harris, 14 Long wynd. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT PHILATELIC SOCIETY, Dundee Art 
Rooms, 43 Nethergate. — Secretary, G. A. R. Spence, 63 Strathern road, 
West Ferry. 

DUNDEE BURNS SOCIETY, Albert Institute. — Secretary, James 
M'Bain, 115 Nethergate. 

DUNDEE BURNS CLUB, 37 Union street.— Secretary, Harry Paton. 

BROUGHTY CASTLE BURNS CLUB.— Secretary, James C. Anderson, 
15 Lawrence street, B.F. 

ENGLISH ASSOCIATION (SCOTTISH BRANCH), Dundee Local 
Centre. — Secretary, Andrew M'Intosh, 7 Alma terrace, West Newport. 

FABIAN SOCIETY, Fabian Halls, South Union street.— Secretary, Wm. 
Hughes, 8 Stirling terrace. 

FRANCO - SCOTTISH SOCIETY, Dundee Branch.— Hon. Secretary, 
Miss Low, 23 Seafield road, Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE FRENCH CIRCLE.— Secretary, Miss Mary Petrie, Briarlea, 
Barry. 

DUNDEE ESPERANTO GROUP.— Secretary, Graham Paton, 201 Albert 
street. 

DUNDEE SPANISH CIRCLE.— Secretary, Miss Ella J. R. Glass, 16 
Maryfield terrace. 

DUNDEE GERMAN CIRCLE.— Secretary, Mrs Keill, Woodmuir terrace, 
West Newport. 

DUNDEE FRIENDS OF INDIA— Hon. Secretary, Dr D. R. Saggar, 
51 Cobden street, Lochee. 

DUNDEE WRITERS' CIRCLE.— Secretary, J. Grant Millers, University 
grounds, West Kingsway, Downfield. 

DUNDEE HIGHLAND SOCIETY— Branch of An Comunn Gaidhealach 
(The Gaelic Society of Scotland). — Chief, Dr Angus MacGillivray, 23 
South Tay street. 

COMUNN NAM FINEACHAN (Dundee Association of the Clans).— 
Secretary, Mrs Andrew Powrie, 76 High street. 

DUNDEE ABERDEEN, BANFF, AND KINCARDINE ASSOCIA- 
TION. — Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, D. A. Mortimer, 31 Murraygate. 

DUNDEE BORDER COUNTIES ASSOCIATION. — Secretary, W. 
Young, 23 Barnes avenue. 

DUNDEE GLASGOW AND WEST OF SCOTLAND ASSOCIATION. 
— Secretary, J. W. Budge, 163 Seagate. 

THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, Dundee Lodge, 43 Nethergate.— Sec- 
reta^, Miss Marion M'Intosh, 181 Strathmartine road. 

DUNDEE SOCIETY OF SPIRITUALISTS, 62 Murraygate.— Secretary, 
Mrs Webster, 69 North. Tay street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT BAKERY STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION.— 
Secretary, William Preston, 18 Church street. 



( 103 ) 

CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT 
INSTITUTIONS. 

ROYAL INFIRMARY (including Children's and Maternity Hospital), 
Barrack road (Telephone No. 3125). — President, J. C. Buist, LL.D. ; Vice- 
Presidents, The Right Hon. The Earl of Strathmore and The Right Hon. 
The Dowager Countess of Airlie ; Directors, David Air, Dr Peter Campbell, 
C. F. Henderson, David Smith, John Walker, Mrs T. H. H. Walker, D. A. 
Anderson, Rev. Dr George Blair, Miss Kynoch, Sir Walter J. Morrison-Low, 
Bt., James Prain, Lewis F. Robertson, Athole F. Stewart, H. Giles Walker, 
Reginald R. Ovenstone, F. D. J. Buist, Hubert Carlton, James Webster. 

Hon. Consulting Physicians, Chas. Kerr, M.B., CM., James S. Y. Rogers, 
M.B., CM., W. E. Foggie, M.D., F.R.C.P.; Hon. Consulting Surgeon, John 
Taylor, Ch.M., M.D. ; Hon. Consulting Aural Surgeon, Peter Campbell, 
M.B., CM. ; Hon. Consulting Obstetric Physicians and Gynaecologists, R. C 
Buist, M.D., M.R.CP.Ed. ; John M'Gibbon, M.B., F.R.CP.Ed. ; Hon. Con- 
sulting Ophthalmic Sureeon, Angus MacGillivray, F.R.S.E., CM., M.D., 
D.Sc; Visiting Phvsicians, F. M. Milne, M.A., B.Sc, M.B., D.P.H., Prof. 
F. J. Charteris, M.D., Prof. Adam Patrick, M.D., F.R.GP.Lond., F.R.F.P.S. 
Glas. ; Extra Physician and Medical Officer in charge of Electro-cardiograph, 
W. S. Malcolm, CM., M.D.; Physician for Diseases of Children, James 
Thomson, M.B., F.R.C.P. ; Physician for Diseases of Skin, John 
Kinnear, M.D., M.R.CP.Ed. ; Visiting Surgeons, R. C Alexander, Ch.B., 
F.R.GS.Ed., Francis R. Brown, Ch.B., F.R. C.S.Ed., R. Saunders Melville, 
Ch.B., F.R.GS.Ed. ; Aural Surgeon, Robert P. Mathers, Ch.B., M.D., 
D.P.H.; Ophthalmic Surgeon, A. R. Moodie, M.D., F.R.GS.Ed.; Obstetric 

Physician and Gynaecologist, ; Radiologists, G. H. S. Milln, 

M.B., Ch.B., G. M. Grant, M.B., Ch.B. ; Assistant Physicians, James M. 
Stalker, M.D., John M. Morgan, M.D., F.R.CP.Ed., D.P.H., A. H. 
Macklin, M.D.; Assistant Physician for Children's Diseases, W. L. Kinnear, 
M.D., F.R.CP.Ed.; Assistant Physician for Diseases of Skin, T. K. 
Buchanan, M.B., Ch.B.; Assistant Obstetric Physicians and Gynaecologists, 
Alexander E. Chisholm, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.GS.Ed., Margaret Fairlie, M.B., 
Ch.B.; Assistant Surgeons, John J. Robb, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S., Walter 
Gordon Campbell, M.B., Ch.B., L.D.S., F.R.C.S.. George M. Sturrock, 
M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S. ; Assistant Ophthalmic Surgeon, A. A. B. Scott, 
M.D., D.O.M.S. ; Assistant Aural Surgeon, M. J. Gibson, Ch.B., 
F.R.C.S. Ed. ; Hon. Consulting Dental Surgeon, W. Graham Campbell, M.B., 
CM., L.D.S.E.; Dental Surgeons, Jas. Bruce, L.D.S.Ed., D. L. Anderson, 
L.D.S.Ed. ; Pathologist and Clinical Pathologist. Prof. D. F. Cappell, M.D. ; 
Assistants, G. R. Tudhope, M.B., Ph.D., D.P.H., G. L. Montgomery, M.B., 
Ch.B., Ph.D.; Bacteriologist, Professor W. J. Tulloch, M.D.; Instructor 
in Anaesthetics, A. Mills, M.D., M.R.CP.Ed.; Anaesthetists, A. Mills, M.D., 
M.R.CP.Ed., John M. Clark, M.B., Ch.B., J. Duke Stewart, M.B., Ch.B., 
Kathleen M. Lyon, M.B., Ch.B., James Ferguson, M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H., 
Margaret C Muir, M.B., Ch.B., John Emmerson, M.B., Ch.B. 

Medical Superintendent, H. J. C Gibson, M.D. ; Matron, Miss Janet 
■S. H. Niccol, A.R.R.C ; House Steward, John F. Murray; Dispenser, James 
Hood, M.P.S., Ph.C; Treasurers, R. C. Thomson & Murdoch, 64 Reform 
street; Secretary, W. F. Ferguson, Royal Infirmary; Collector, W. H. 
Henderson. 

Hours of Admission. — General Wards — Tuesday and Thursday, 5.30 to 
6.30; Wednesday and Saturday, 3 to 4 ; Sunday, 2 to 3. Maternity Hospital, 
Sunday, 2 to 3 ; Wednesday and Saturday, 3 to 4. Children's Wards — 
Wednesday and Saturday, 3 to 3.30. (See Adv.) 

Sidi.aw Sanatorium, Auchterhouse (in connection with Royal Infirmary) — 
75 beds for children (medical and surgical). — Visiting Physician, W. E. Foggie, 
M.D., F.R.C.P.; Visiting Surgeon, Prof. R. Charles Alexander, Ch.B., 
F.R.GS.Ed.; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, John J. Robb, Ch.B., F.R.GS.Ed.; 
Medical Superintendent, H. J. C. Gibson, M.D. ; Matron, Miss E. Norris ; 
Secretary, W. F. Ferguson ; Treasurers, R. C Thomson & Murdoch, 64 
Reform street. 



104 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

KINGSCBOSS HOSPITAL, including Smallpox and Cholera Hospital, 
Clepington road. — Medical Superintendent, Dr Burgess, M.O.H. ; Senior 
Besident Medical Officer, Dr Harry Campbell ; Matron, Miss Clark ; House 
Steward, E. B. H. Forbes. The Hospital has accommodation for 200 patients. 
There is a fully equipped laundry, &c, and two motor ambulances are 
provided for the conveyance of patients. 

BOYAL VICTOBIA HOSPITAL, Balgay, Blackness road.— Directors, 
Lord Provost (President), T. H. H. Walker, J. Ernest Cox (Vice-Presidents), 

F. E. Cullum (Chairman of Committee), Sir Alexander Spence, H. S. Sharp, 

A. F. Stewart. D. A. Anderson, S. M. Falconer, David Air, T. N. J. Bell, 

G. E. Scott, Archibald Bettie, Quintin B. Grant, and W. S. Bitchie. 
Hon. Consulting Physicians and Surgeons, Dr W. A. Bobertson, 

Dr George F. Whyte, Dr Charles Kerr, Dr G. W. Miller; Visiting 
Physician, Dr Foggie ; Visiting Surgeon, Dr John J. Bobb ; Consulting 
Dental Surgeon, Dr W. Graham Campbell ; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, 
Dr A. B. Moodie. Secretary and Treasurer, W. L. Pattullo, 93 Commercial 
street ; Matron, Miss S. AVatson ; Auditors, B. C. Thomson & Murdoch ; 
Consulting Architect, James Findlay. 

ASHLUDIE SANATOBIUM, Monifieth.— Medical Superintendent and 
Chief Tuberculosis Officer, Dr J. H. Hunter ; Deputy Medical Superin- 
tendent, Dr Gilbert Walker. Matron, Miss A. Henry. 

DUNDEE CONVALESCENT HOME, Barnhill.— The building is capable 
of accommodating 60 patients. The Management is in the hands of the 
Directors of the Dundee Boyal Infirmary. Medical Officer, W. A. Bobertson, 
M.D. ; Matron, Miss Bowman; Secretary, W. F. Ferguson, Dundee Boyal 
Infirmary. Patients require a certificate from their medical attendant 
stating their ailment. This line must be presented by the patient, in person, 
on Tuesday or Friday at 9.30 a.m., to the Medical Superintendent at the 
Boyal Infirmary. 

LOYAL OBDEB OF ANCIENT SHEPHEBDS' CONVALESCENT 
HOME, 11 Panmure ter., Barnhill.— Hon. Secy., Jas. Webster, 97 Seagate. 

ABMITSTEAD CONVALESCENT HOME for Infants and Young 
Children, Broughty Ferry. — Committee, J. C. Buist, Sir William Henderson, 
Dr Burgess, F. E. Cullum, Archibald Bettie, H. S. Sharp, Miss Dickie, 
Mrs Scott, Mrs Malcolm ; Matron, Miss Margaret B. L. Cockburn ; Medical 
Officer, Dr W. A. Bobertson ; Hon. Dental Surgeon, Eric M. Black; Consult- 
ing Medical Officers, Drs A. E. Kidd, W. L. Kinnear, J. S. Y. Bogers, James 
Thomson. Secretary and Treasurer, W. L. Pattullo, 93 Commercial street. 

DUNDEE WOMEN'S HOSPITAL AND NUBSING HOME, Elliot road, 
Blackness road. — President, Mrs Thomas Maitland ; Vice-Presidents, Lady 
Christian Ogilvy, Mrs F. B. Sharp, Professor DArcy W. Thompson, 
Dr E. C. Thomson ; General Treasurers, Don & Stewart ; Secretary to House 
Committee, Mrs T. L. Miller, Bedroofs, Broughty Ferry; Treasurer to 
House Committee, Mrs E. A. Shepherd; Committee of Management, Mrs 
H. Giles Walker, W. D. Macdougall, Mrs C. W. Walker, Dr Elizabeth 
Mills, Mrs W. H. Buist, Mrs Hubert Low, Mrs A. F. M. Guild, Miss 
Valentine, Harold S. Sharp, Mrs Norman Pattullo, Miss Ann Gilroy, 
Prof. E. Charles Alexander ; Medical Officer, Dr Elizabeth Mills ; Matron, 
Miss Clark ; General Secretaries, J. & J. Ogilvie, 13 Albert square. 

SAMABITAN SOCIETY.— Convener, Mrs Wm. Allan ; Vice- Convener, 
Mrs Gibson Ferrier; Hon. Treasurer, Mrs Geo. Scott; Hon. Joint Secretaries, 
Mrs Ballingall, 9 Dudhope terrace, and Mrs Alex. Guthrie, 295 Perth road. 

HOME FOB INCUEABLES, 12 King street.— This Institution has 
accommodation for 25 Females (five beds endowed). Applications for admis- 
sion to be sent to the Sister-in-Charge of S. Mary's, 10 King street. Bev. 
E. Sharpe, Chaplain. 

BISHOP FORBES CONVALESCENTS TRUST.— Trustees, Bishop of 
Brechin, Very Bev. Provost K. M. Sutherland-Graeme, Charles Stewart, 

B. C. Thomson ; Factors, Don & Stewart, 2 Union street. 



CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 105 
BANNATYNE HOME OF REST, Newtyle.— Directors, Dr MacGillivray, 
David Air, John Thornton, Reginald R. Ovenstone, John C. Low, Alfred 
Smith, James Prain, Harold S. Sharp, W. Moir Scott, James Kinloch, 
Drummond Taylor, T. N. J. Bell; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, John 
Thornton ; Admitting Secretary, Mrs Alexander, 80 Nethergate ; Matron, 
Miss Milton. 

BROUGHTY FERRY BEACH MISSION(SickPoor Nursing).— Chairman, 
Rev. J. C. Conn ; Secretary, George Elder, 7 Oakley place, Broughty Ferry ; 
Treasurer, A. B. Russell, Royal Bank, Broughty Ferry; Nurse, Miss Janet 
M. Mackinnon, 85 Beach terrace, Broughty Ferry. 

BROUGHTY FERRY BENEVOLENT TRUST, to assist in relieving 
cases of distress. — Alex. Bates, J. B. Archer, James Parkman, Rev. T. D. 
Stewart Brown, John R. Bell, Rev. L. A. Wheatley, Rev. F. Cairns, James 
Nicoll, Rev. Alex. Smart, Rev. J. C. Conn, Rev. George Bremner, Rev. 
Campbell Ferenbach, Mrs Binny, J. Hubert Low, William C. Fraser, James 
B. Murray. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, R. Henderson Smith, 293 
Brook street, Broughty Ferry. 

ROYAL SCOTTISH AGRICULTURAL BENEVOLENT INSTITU- 
TION. — President, The Right Hon. The Earl of Strathmore ; Hon. Secretary 
for Angus, George Myles, 32 Bank street (Telephone No. 3642). 

NEWBIGGING, MONIKIE, AND DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIA- 
TION. — President, Fred. D. Stewart Sandeman; Vice-Presidents, Mrs W. S. 
Wilson and Mrs Fergusson; Secretary and Treasurer, Miss Johnston, Cunmont, 
Kingennie; Queen's Nurse, Mrs Alison Cameron, Drumsturdy rd., Kingennie. 

BALDOVAN INSTITUTION, for the treatment and education of 
Defectives. — Representatives from Aberdeen County — G. L. Cruick- 
shank, The Neuk, Fyvie ; James Cruickshank, Westwood, Stoney wood, 
Bucksburn, Aberdeen; Wm. M'D. Gordon, 54 Queen street, Peterhead; John 
Mackie, Coullie, Udny ; Miss M. E. Macqueen, Frandie, West Cults. From 
Angus — F. M. Batchelor, Kellyfield, by Dundee ; Sir Harry Hope of Kin- 
nettles, by Forfar ; T. P. Douglas Murray, 44 Coupar Angus road, Lochee. 
From Arbroath — Alexander Hood, 38 Elliot street, Arbroath. From 
Kincardine County — Provost Rev. Neil M'Gill, The Manse, Inverbervie. 
From Perth County — John C. Nicoll, Westview, Bankfoot ; Commander 
Irvin, Eastferry, Dunkeld ; Rev. Dr Coll A. Macdonald, Manse of Logierait, 
Ballinluig. From Perth City — Lord Provost R. Nimmo, City chambers, 
Perth; Treasurer Lindsay, 52 Tay street, Perth. Ex Officiis — Right Rev. 
K. D. Mackenzie, Rev. A. E. Warr, Rev. John Sinclair, Sir Herbert K. 
Ogilvy, Bart. Life Directors — T. H. Smith (Chairman), William Boyd. 

Resident Superintendent, Dr D. J. Forbes ; Secretaries and Treasurers, 
Don & Stewart, C.A., 2 Union street ; Matron, Miss R. Doig. 

ROYAL LUNATIC ASYLUM.— Extraordinary Directors, Earl of Strath- 
more, William T. Shaw, M.P., D. P. Blades, K.C., Miss Florence Horsbrugh, 
M.P., Dingle M. Foot, M.P., the Moderator of Synod of Angus and Mearns ; 
Ordinary Directors, Lord Provost John Phin, Findlay Lesslie, Lord Dean 
of Guild C. H. Marshall, Thomas Russell, David Smith, A. Lickley Proctor, 
John A. Beattie, James King, William Ballingall, Sir Alexander Spence, 
A. R. Mechan, Rev. W. MacNicol, Captain James M. Tosh, William Young, 
Rev. William M. Locke, John M. Fairlie, James Grant, David Forrester, 
T. P. Douglas Murray, Rev. T. S. Taylor, D. Douglas Ogilvie, Very 
Rev. Dr Weatherhead, Rev. Alfred E. Warr, D. A. Anderson, Peter 
P. Reid, Dr A. Sydney Campbell, James Nicoll, James Millar, Dr Charles 
Kerr; Committee of Management, Sir Alexander Spence (Chairman), James 
King, W. Halley Brown, James Nicoll, John A. Beattie, Rev. W. MacNicol, 
D. Douglas Ogilvie, D. A. Anderson, David Smith. Treasurer, John E. 
M'Intyre ; Secretary, J. Murray Wilkie, 27 Bank street. 

SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION FOR MENTAL WELFARE, Dundee 
Branch. — Hon. Secretary, J. L. Peters, 2 Panmure terrace. 

CURR NIGHT REFUGE, 5 West Bell street.— President, J. C. Low ; Vice- 
Presidents, Sir Alexander Spence, James King ; Directors, David Air, David 



106 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

A. Anderson, Joseph J. Barrie, John R. Henderson, Adam Hunter, G. A. 
Johnston, Dr John S. Lumsden, Douglas Nairn, Arthur G. Ritchie, J. Leslie 
Shepherd, T. W. Scott, and Colonel Tyrie; Hon. Treasurer, Alfred 
Smith ; Hon. Secretary, John M. Ore, 6 Panmure street ; Superintendent, 
David G. Henderson. 

CHARITY ORGANISATION SOCIETY, 7 West Bell street.— President, 
The Lord Provost ; Vice-Presidents, Sir Alexander Spence, G. A. Johnston ; 
Executive Council, T. L. Miller (Chairman), G. L. Barclay (Vice-Chairman), 
the President and Vice-Presidents, Right Rev. Monsignor Provost Turner, 
William Berry, C. F. Henderson, Very Rev. Dean Jobberns, Rev. V. C. 
Alexander, Rev. A. E. Warr, Mrs W. H. Buist, Miss M. Constable, Miss 
J. D. Holmes; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, David Clarke, 31 Reform 
street ; Investigating Agent, David Fisher. 

DUNDEE APPROVED SCHOOLS SOCIETY.— Boys' School, Bal- 
gowan; Girls' School, Balgay. President, William Reid; Vice-Presidents, 
Earl of Home, Lord Kinnaird; Directors, T. L. Miller, William C. Leng, 
Colonel Tyrie, John Phin, David Mudie, George L. Barclay, George B. 
Dunn, Mrs James Guthrie, Mrs R. C. Malcolm, Mrs W. L. Pattullo, D. S. 
Bryson, R. J. Larg ; Medical Officers, Dr Arthur Mills and Dr Elizabeth 
Mills ; Dentist, D. Lindsay Anderson ; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Dr A. 
MacGillivray ; Secretaries and Treasurers, R. C. Thomson & Murdoch, 64 
Reform street. 

Balgowan School (Boys) — Superintendent and Head Teacher, Frank Gray ; 
Assistant Teachers, John M. M'Laggan and Miss Berndt. 

Balgay School (Girls) — Headmistress, Miss Maclauchlan; Teacher, Miss 
Crockatt. 

DUNDEE ORPHAN INSTITUTION, 133 Broughty Ferry road— Hon. 
Director, D. C. Thomson ; President, W. Halley Brown ; Vice-Presidents, 
David Dickie, Sir Alexander Spence ; Directors, The Lord Provost, Lord 
Dean of Guild, Convener of Nine Trades, Preses of Faculty of Procurators and 
Solicitors, Boxmaster of Seamen Fraternity, Deacon of the Maltmen, Parish 
Minister of Dundee, Joseph J. Barrie, W. H. Buist, W. Stirling Draffen, 
Robert Loggie, J. C. Low, Rev. Dr Blair, D. Douglas Ogilvie, David Pirie, 
George Simpson, Dr A. E. Kidd, George Scott ; Governesses, Mrs William 
Scott, Dryburgh, Lochee (President), Mrs Alexander Batchelor (Secretary), 
Mrs J. J. Barrie, Mrs G. R. Donald, Mrs W. S. Draffen, Mrs J. S. 
Fairweather, Mrs Kenneth S. Malcolm, Mrs J. W. Scott, Mrs T. H. 
Smith, Mrs Roderick T. Stevenson, Mrs D. C. Thomson, Mrs C. F. 
Henderson, Mrs W. Moir Scott, Mrs R. R. Smith, Miss Scott, Miss Susan 
Dickie, Miss Reoch; Secretary and Treasurer, W. M. Grant, 10 Panmure 
street ; Auditor, W. L. Pattullo ; House Physicians, Dr Arthur Mills and 
Dr Elizabeth Mills ; Ophthalmic Surgeons, Dr Angus MacGillivray, Dr 
Allister MacGillivray. 

DUNDEE WORKING BOYS' HOME, 3 West Bell street, for friendless 
and destitute lads. — President, John C. Low; Vice-President, Sir Alexander 
Spence ; Directors, J. Leslie Shepherd, James King, John R. Henderson, 
Dr John S. Lumsden ; Hon. Treasurer, Alfred Smith ; Hon. Secretary, 
John M. Ore, 6 Panmure street ; Superintendent, David G. Henderson. 

"MARS" TRAINING SHIP FUND. — Governors, D. A. Anderson, 
T. N. J. Bell, J. C. Buist, William Berry, H. Giles Walker; from Dundee 
Town Council, Robert Loggie, Lord Dean of Guild Marshall, Very Rev. 
Dean Jobberns ; from Angus County Council, W. W. Tyndall, P. Crerar ; 
from Perth County Council, John Prain; from Edinburgh Town Council, 
Rev. Dr Sloan, Clark Hutchison ; from Midlothian County Council, 
James B. Sneddon ; from Fife County Council, James Mitchell. Clerk and 
Treasurer, W. L. Pattullo, 93 Commercial street. 

NEWPORT CHILDREN'S HOME, Comerton, by Leuchars, Fife — 
Hon. President, William C. Leng ; President, John C. Low; Vice-Presidents, 
James Husband, John A. Leng, S. M. Falconer, Mrs J. S. Lowson ; Trustees, 
W. C. Leng, J. C. Low, S. M. Falconer, E. Behrens ; Committee, 
Miss M. Cunningham, Miss Macleod, Mrs J. M. Smith, Mrs Sutherland, 



CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 107 

Miss Walker, Mrs "Whalley, Robert Scott, Mrs Hood, Rev. L. Seager, J. J. 
Lowson, J. M. Smith, J. B. Salmond, E. Behrens, Rev. A. S. Wilkinson ; 
Hon. Treasurer, A. M. Robertson ; Hon. Secretary, T. S. Nicolson, Victoria 
street, East Newport ; Matron, Mrs William Bullock ; Superintendent, 
William Bullock ; Medical Referee, Dr Taylor. 

DUNDEE INFANT HOSPITAL, The Lodge, Broughty Ferry.— Chairman 
of Committee and Hon. Treasurer, R. C. Thomson ; Hon. Medical Officers, 
Dr Burgess, Dr J. S. Y. Rogers, Dr K. Lyon, Mr J. Anderson ; Hon. Secre- 
tary, Mrs Lindsay Henderson, 7 Home terrace, Broughty Ferry. 

CHILDREN'S FREE BREAKFAST AND CITY MISSION.— Trustees, 
J. Ernest Cox, W. D. Macdougall, Lord Kinnaird, Sir William Henderson, 
Sir Charles C. Barrie; Hon. President, Adam Hunter; President, A. Inglis 
Shepherd ; Committee of Management, John Lockhart, Miss Mary Thomson, 
T. H. Davidson, Miss Mary Fairful, Wm. Y. Dargie, Mrs R. S. Johnston, 
Miss Margaret Kydd, Geo. Sugden, D. G. Henderson, Miss E. Rodger, Chas. 
Fyfe, Jas. F. Adam ; Secretary, R. S. Johnston, 93 Pitkerro road ; Treasurer, 
J. Leslie Shepherd, 31 Panmure street. Mission premises, corner of Bell 
Street lane and Constitution road. 

DUNDEE SCHOOL CHILDREN'S HOLIDAY FUND.— Secretary, 
John R. Cameron, 14 City square. 

INVALID AND CRIPPLE CHILDREN'S AID ASSOCIATION.— 

President, Mrs Thomas Maitland ; Vice-Presidents, Miss E. J. Air, Mrs J. S. 
Y. Rogers ; Special Worker, Miss Helen Forbes, 96 Hilltown ; Matron, 
Miss Waddell, Holiday Home, Auchterhouse ; Secretary and Treasurer, 
Charles Stewart, 2 Union street. Headquarters, 31 Murraygate. 

DUNDEE SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO 
CHILDREN.— Office, 2 Dudhope street ; Children's Shelter, 1 Laurelbank.— 
Hon. President, The Lord Provost; Hon. Vice-President, George Buist; 
Honorary Directors, John Muir, M.A. (Chairman), George Peattie, 
David Duncan, Miss H. T. Cooper, Mrs Rettie, Rev. Hugh Alexander, 
J. J. Draffen, H. Craigie Smith, Clement M. Scott, Mrs W. H. Buist, 
Miss Brebner, Dr Alexander Leighton, Miss Air, Mrs Kinnear, W. J. Lee, 
Rev. Edwin S. Towill ; Physician, Dr John B. Gyle ; Officers, David 
Donald, 2 Dudhope street, and Constable Robert Cargill ; Matron of 
Children's Shelter, Miss Jane M'Leod; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, 
J. Armstrong Barry, 6 Panmure street. 

ROYAL SCOTTISH SOCIETY FOR PREVENTION OF CRUELTY 
TO CHILDREN. — Inspector, James Johnstone, 5 Shore terrace. 

LOCHEE DAY NURSERY, Flight's lane, Lochee.— President, Mrs G. W. 
Cox ; Vice-President, Mrs Athole F. Stewart ; Matron, Miss Ashford ; Hon. 
Secretary and Treasurer, James C. M'Lean, Royal Bank, Lochee. 

DUNDEE VOLUNTARY HEALTH WORKERS' ASSOCIATION.— 
President, Miss Dickson ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs Myles and Mrs Guthrie ; Hon. 
Treasurer, Mrs T. L. Miller; Hon. Secretary, Mrs J. C. Burns, 27 Roseangle. 

DUNDEE FLOWER MISSION TO SICK POOR.— President, James 
King; Hon. Treasurer, Miss Angus; Hon. Secretary, David G. Henderson, 
3 West Bell street (Telephone No. 2726). 

DUNDEE SICK POOR NURSING SOCIETY, Caird Home for Queen's 
Nurses, 41 Roseangle. — Superintendent, Miss Macintosh ; Hon. President, 
Earl of Strathmore ; Hon. Vice-President, Lord Kinnaird ; President, T. H. 
H. Walker ; Vice-President, Dr Charles Kerr ; Committee, Dr J. Kinnear, 
W. F. Small, Sheriff Malcolm, John Thornton, W. Stirling Draffen, Dr 
Burgess, Mrs James Guthrie, Mrs K. Malcolm, Mrs Barrie, William S. 
Ritchie, James L. Rettie, R. G. Sharp, Dr G. W. Miller, F. B. Graham, 
Rev. James Cosh ; Hon. Consulting Physician, Dr William Kinnear ; 
Auditors, R. C. Thomson & Murdoch ; Secretaries and Treasurers, Mackay, 
Irons, & Co. , 93 Commercial street. 

GREY LODGE SETTLEMENT ASSOCIATION (late Dundee Social 
Union and Grey Lodge Settlement). — President, ; Vice-Presidents, 



108 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

Professor D'Arcy W. Thompson, Mrs Thomas Maitland, Mrs E. A. Shepherd, 
W. H. Buist ; Chairman of Council, T. Leslie Smith ; Vice-Chairman, 
Mrs W. Allan ; Secretaries and Treasurers, J. & J. Ogilvie, 13 Albert square. 

Grey Lodge Settlement, 9 Wellington street. — Warden, Miss J. H. 
Cautherley; Sub- Warden, Miss M. J. M'Nab. 

Nursery School, 39 Carnegie street. — Superintendent, Miss P. Buist. 

Children's Holiday Home, Marfield, Rattray, Blairgowrie. — Matron, 
Mrs Sellar. 

DUNDEE (ST MARY'S) CHURCH DOMESTIC MISSION.— Secretary 
and Treasurer, Mrs H. J. C. Gibson, 4 Dudhope terrace. 

ST MARY'S REST— Dundee (St Mary's) Church, 113 Broughty Ferry 
road. — Miss Morrison, Matron. 

HOME OF REST FOR THE AGED AND INFIRM IN BROUGHTY 
FERRY, 277 King street, Broughty Ferry.— President, Mrs Thos. Maitland ; 
Vice-President, Mrs Todd ; Hon. Medical Officer, Dr H. C. Colman ; 
Matron, Miss Anderson ; Hon. Treasurer and Secretary, Mrs Norman 
Pattullo, 2 Dalhousie road, Broughty Ferry. 

AGED CHRISTIAN FRIEND SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND, Dundee 
Auxiliary. — Local Directors, Rev. Gordon Quig, Rev. J. Boath Wood, 
Rev. James Cosh, Dean J. B. Jobberns, Rev. Provost K. M. Sutherland- 
Graeme, J. Mackie Smith, Alfred Stevenson; Ladies' Committee, Mrs 
Mackay, Mrs Thomas Maitland, Mrs Thomas Bonar, Mrs T. H. H. Walker, 
Mrs Steggall, Miis E. J. Air; Hon. Secretaries and Treasurers, Moody 
Stuart & Robertson, 22 Meadowside. 

DUNDEE FEMALE SOCIETY, for Visiting and Relieving Aged Females in 
Distressed Circumstances. — President, Mrs Leslie Ower ; Treasurer, Miss 
Brebner ; Secretary, Mrs Malcolm, 5 Nelson street. 

DUNDEE LADIES' WORK SOCIETY.— President, Mrs C. W. Walker ; 
Vice-Presidents, Mrs J. Muir, Mrs Sinclair Henderson ; Hon. Treasurer, 
MrsE. A. Shepherd ; Secretary, Mrs J. Lindsay Henderson, 7 Home terrace, 
Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE CLOTHING SOCIETY.— President, Mrs Leslie Ower; Treasurer, 
Miss R. E. Duncan ; Secretary, Miss A. Holmes, 2 Richmond terrace. 

DUNDEE INDIGENT SICK SOCIETY.— President, James King ; Vice- 
President, David Mitchell ; Directors, A. Scott, James Kydd, D. G. Hender- 
son, J. L. Doig, Alfred Stevenson ; Treasurer, James D. Davidson, 24 High 
street ; Secretary, J. L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

FUND FOR THE RELIEF OF INDIGENT GENTLEWOMEN OF SCOT- 
LAND. — Hon. Treasurer in Dundee, L. B. Weatherhead, 34 Reform street. 

Dundee and District Female Rescue Home, 18 Cobden street, 
Lochee. — Hon. President, Mrs A. Sinclair Henderson ; President, Mrs Alistair 
Scott ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs James Stevenson, Mrs R. C. Thomson; Hon. 
Secretary, Miss Lawrence, 3 Fort street ; Hon. Treasurer, James Nicoll, 
North of Scotland Bank, Lochee ; Hon. Medical Attendant, Dr William 
Kinnear ; Matron, Miss C. M. MacKinnon. Laundry work done ; for terms 
apply Matron. (See Adv. ) 

DUNDEE DISCHARGED PRISONERS' AID SOCIETY.— Secretaries 
and Treasurers, F. E. Scott, Keir, & Drummond, 11 Whitehall street; 
Agent, David G. Henderson, 3 West Bell street. 

VISITING COMMITTEE OF THE DUNDEE LEGALISED POLICE 
CELLS. — Appointed by the Town Council, Bailies Lesslie, J. W. Christie, 
Fenton, and Gillies ; appointed by County Council, John M. Fairlie and 
James Grant. 

Belmont Castle Eventide Home, Meigle (Church of Scotland). — 
Superintendent, William Marshall ; Matron, Mrs William Marshall ; Chair- 
man of Local Committee, Rev. Andrew J. Forrest, B.D.; Hon. Secretary and 
Treasurer, James A. Graham, 2 Union street. (See Adv.) 



CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 109 

BELMONT HOLIDAY HOUSE FOR MEN, Meigle. —Managed by the 
Church of Scotland, on behalf of the Dundee Corporation. Admitting Secy., 
H. S. Murray, Town Clerk's Department, City chambers. (See Adv.) 

DUNDEE LABOUR HOME (Church of Scotland), 24 Milnbank road.— 
Superintendent. Mrs "William Beck ; Chairman of Local Committee, Alex- 
ander Laurie; Secretary, J. C. Scott, 20 Whitehall street. (See Adv.) 

YOUNG WOMEN'S HOSTEL (Church of Scotland), 16 Constitution ter. ; 
Matron, Miss Mary MacDonald; Chairman of Local Committee. P. E. Jack; 
Secretary, J. C. Scott, 20 Whitehall street. (See Adv.) 

HOME FOR WORKING LADS (Church of Scotland), 2 Ellen street ; 
Superintendent, Francis Stark. (See Adv.) 

EPISCOPAL CHURCH SOCIAL SERVICE BOARD (Preventive and 
Rescue Work). — Matron, Mrs Jones, St Ronan's Shelter, Dalkeith road ; 
Secretary, Mrs Minns, Ingleneuk, Newport. 

SOCIETY OF ST VINCENT DE PAUL, Particular Council.— President, 
Duncan Chisholm ; Treasurer, Charles E. Brown ; Secretary, Patrick Close, 
16 Kenmore terrace. 

Police Court Rescue Scheme. — Outdoor Officers — William Devine, 1 
Leng street ; Rev. Sister Joseph, 26 Roseangle ; Secretary, M. T. Hannigan, 
82 Bell street. 

St Vincent's Hostel, 26 Roseangle. — Home for respectable Catholic girls, 
under care of Sisters of Charity. 

Children's Refuge, 26 Roseangle — Henry Kenny, 33 Scott street. Secretary. 

WELLBURN HOME (Little Sisters of the Poor), 118 Liff road, Lochee. 

SALVATION ARMY WOMEN'S SOCIAL WORK.— Headquarters, 
488 Perth road ; District Officer, Major C. L. Evans. 

Salvation Army Industrial Home and Hostel for Women, Ward 
road ; Warden, Major Edmondston. 

Salvation Army Eventide Home, Cidhmore, 488 Perth road. 

Salvation Army Home for Mothers and Infants, Clement park, 
Harefield road, Lochee. — Warden, Adjutant Martin. 

DUNDEE SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO 

ANIMALS.— President, The Lord Provost; Vice-Presidents, Sir William 
Henderson, Sir Alexander Spence, Sir Herbert K. Ogilvy, Bart. ; Secre- 
taries and Treasurers, R. C. Thomson & Murdoch, 64 Reform street. 
Inspectors — William M'Cabe, 45 Seafield road, and George Crowe, 171 
Perth road. 

DUNDEE DENTAL HOSPITAL, 2 Park place.— Directors, Wm. Boyd 
{President), Archibald Rettie, Dr W. Graham Campbell, Dr W. C. Fraser, 
Dr H. Gordon Campbell, F. E. Cullum, Q. B. Grant, J. Fred Sturrock, 
J. J. Barrie, Mrs W. H. Buist, Lord Provost Phin, T. Leslie Smith, Mrs 
T. H. H. Walker. Secretary and Treasurer, S. Gordon Y. Pool, 2 Union st. 

ROYAL DUNDEE INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND, 59 Magdalen 
green. — President, T. N. J. Bell ; Vice-Presidents, Colonel Tyrie, Thomas 
Russell; Directors, J. C. Low, W. C. Leng, Brig. -General J. D. H. Maitland, 
Joshua Brand, Sheriff Malcolm, W. D. Macdougall, Rev. Dr Blair, B. L. 
Nairn, W. Moir Scott, Peter Reid, Norman A. Pattullo, George O. 
Cunningham, Frederick S. Molison, Lord Provost Phin, William Reid, Mrs 
Agnes White, Robert Loggie, W. L. Spalding, John Prain, John M'Gregor ; 
Treasurers, R. C. Thomson & Murdoch, 64 Reform street ; Secretaries, Reid, 
Johnston, Bell, & Henderson, 34 Reform st. ; Manager, James L. Cumming. 

Boarding House. — Directors, &c, as above ; Ladies' Committee — Mrs 
Alexander Guthrie, President ; Mrs F. M. T. Skae, Vice-President ; Miss 
Mary Reid, 17 Airlie place, Secretary. 

Dundee School for the Blind, 43 Paton's lane. — Miss Bella Craig, 
M.A., headmistress. 

Dalgleish Hostel for the Blind, 43 Paton's lane. — Miss Crawford, 
matron. 



110 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

DUNDEE MISSION TO THE OUT-DOOR BLIND, Caird Rest, 172 
Nethergate. — President, Sir William Henderson ; Directors, Sir William 
Henderson, Reginald R. Ovenstone, John J. Draffen, Quintin B. Grant, 
Fred. S. Molison, James Prain, Athole F. Stewart, David Air, T. Leslie 
Smith, Lord Provost Phin, William Reid; Secretaries and Treasurers, 
Robertson & Taylor, 4 High street ; Mission Superintendent, Andrew J. 
Maltman ; Home Teachers, Miss Sarah Sime, Miss Alcorn, and Miss Cameron. 

DUNDEE EYE INSTITUTION, 138 Nethergate.— President, William 
Boyd ; Vice-Presidents, Sir William Henderson and W. C. Leng ; Ordinary 
Directors, D. C. Thomson, J. C. Buist, Sir C. C. Barrie, B. L. Nairn, 
John C. Low, T. N. J. Bell, Archibald Rettie, Geo. O. Cunningham, 
Hugh F. B. Sharp, Joseph J. Barrie, W. Stirling Draffen, Frederick E. 
Cullum ; Hon. Secretaries and Treasurers, Reid, Johnston, Bell, & Henderson, 
34 Reform street ; Senior Surgeon, Dr Angus MacGillivray ; Surgeons, 
Dr Allister M. 'MacGillivray, Dr A. R. Moodie ; Assistant Surgeon, 
Dr A. A. B. Scott ; Dispensers, Davidson & Gray, Ltd. ; Caretaker, Mrs Ogg. 

DUNDEE INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF 
AND DUMB, Dudhope bank, 165 Lochee road. — President, Sir Alexander 
Spence ; Vice-President, David Dickie ; Directors, The Lord Provost, Sheriff- 
Substitute, Lord Dean of Guild, Convener of Nine Trades, W. Halley 
Brown, James M. Fergusson, George Anderson, Alfred Smith, James 
King, Robert Loggie; Headmaster, Robert Hansell; Matron, Mrs 
Hansell ; Secretary and Treasurer, Charles Stewart, 2 Union street. The 
Institution is open to visitors from 10. to 12 and from 2 to 4 o'clock every 
week-day except Saturday. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MISSION TO ADULT DEAF AND DUMB, 
Mission Hall, Dudhope Castle. — Hon. President, The Lord Provost ; 
President, Sir Walter Morrison-Low, Bart.; Vice-President, Sir William 
Henderson ; Directors, Robert Blackwood (Chairman), W. M. Crooks, 
J. Gilbert Fleming, Rev. Dr J. M'Connachie, B. L. Nairn, William Nairn, 
Rev. G. R. Robertson, Rev. F. C. Anderson ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, 
W. M. Philip ; Missioner and Secretary, William H. Wood. 

ROYAL NATIONAL LIFEBOAT INSTITUTION, Dundee Branch.— 
President, Ralph C. Cowper ; Hon. Secretary, Robert Hunter, 26 East Dock 
street ; Hon. Treasurer, James Nicoll ; Coxswain, James Coull, 49 South 
Brown street, Brought}' Ferry. 

DUNDEE SAILORS' HOME AND HOSTEL, 62 Dock street.— President, 
B. L. Nairn ; Vice-Presidents, Sir C. C. Barrie, Brigadier-General Heriot 
Maitland ; Committee, John A. Leng, W. D. Macdougall, James Nicoll, A. 
J. Cox, Henry Main, R. C. Cowper, J. J. Barrie, William Kinnear, James S. 
Nicoll, Quintin B. Grant, Henry Main ; Auditor, F. J. Robertson ; Secretaries 
and Treasurers, Mackay, Irons, & Co., 93 Commercial street ; Superintendent, 
Richard O. S. Linn. 

DUNDEE SEAMEN'S FRIEND SOCIETY, Chapel and Library, Sailors' 
Home buildings ; Reading Room, Harbour Police Office, East Dock street. — 
President, B. L. Nairn ; Vice-President, Ralph C. Cowper ; Committee, 
J. C. Buist, Joseph J. Barrie ; Missionary, Richard S. Bennet, 2 Eliza street ; 
Secretaries and Treasurers, F. E. Scott, Keir, & Drummond, 11 Whitehall st. 

SHIPWRECKED FISHERMEN AND MARINERS' ROYAL BENEVO- 
LENT SOCIETY. — Local Hon. Agent, R. Lindsay Robertson, 1 Albert square. 

BRITISH SAILORS' SOCIETY, Ladies' Guild (Dundee Branch).— 
Secretary, Miss M. G. Pattullo, St Michael's, Traill street, Broughty Ferry. 

ROYAL ALFRED AGED MERCHANT SEAMEN'S INSTITUTION.— 
Local Hon. Agent, Charles Stewart, 21 Dock street. 

ST ANDREAVS AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION, Dundee Centre- 
President, Earl of Strathmore ; Patroness of Women's Classes, Countess 
of Strathmore; Executive Committee, T. N. J. Bell (Chairman); J. Wilkie, 
Dr George F. Whyte (Vice-Chairmen) ; Dr G. W. Miller, Dr W. L. Kinnear, 



CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. Ill 

Dr J. H. Hunter, Dr Angus MacGillivray, Dr W. Fyffe Dorward, Dr James 
M. Stalker, Dr John Kinnear, Dr Noel Nelson, Dr Malcolm Chalmers, 
Dr R. Scott Stewart, G. L. Barclay ; Secretaries and Treasurers, Don & 
Stewart, 2 Union street. 

SCOTTISH BRANCH BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY, Dundee 
Branch. — President, The Lord Provost ; Chairman of Council, Sir William 
Henderson ; County Director and Controller, Dr Angus MacGillivray; 
Treasurers and Secretaries, Don & Stewart, 2 Union street. 

UNITED SERVICES FUND.— For assisting Ex-Service Men and their 
Dependants ; Sickness Grants, Convalescent Treatment for Ex-Service Men 
at Holiday Homes, Tuberculosis Scheme for Ex-Service Men ; Local Repre- 
sentative, Francis Gray, Accountant, 26 Castle street. 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' FAMILIES ASSOCIATION, Dundee 
Branch. — President, Mrs Geo. Gilroy; Vice-President, Mrs D. Bisset ; Hon. 
Treasurer, C. J. Bisset ; Hon. Secretary, Miss Constable, 2 Westpark 
gardens. 

SAILORS' ORPHAN SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND (Dundee Branch).— 
Hon. Secretary, E. G. S. Rae, 49 Meadowside. 

ANGUS WAR PENSIONS COMMITTEE.— Representatives of Disabled 
Men— Geo. D. Bedson, City chambers; Daniel S. Bisset, 9 Meadow PI. bldgs. ; 
Dr W. J. Dewar, 13 Hill terrace, Arbroath ; George Croft, 9 Westfield place. 
Representative of Widows and Dependants — Mrs Janet Bisset, 9 Meadow 
Place bldgs. Representatives of Local Authorities — Very Rev. Dean J. B. 
Jobberns, 10 Westfield place (Chairman); P. Gillespie, 54 Alpin road; 
A. Blair Anderson, 6 Whitehall crescent; Sir Herbert K. Ogilvy, Bt. 
Baldovan house. Representatives of Workmen in Industry — D. R. Kidd 
365 Queen street, Broughty Ferry ; John R. Pratt, St Margaret's, Birkhill; 
J. F. Sime, 69 Nethergate. Representatives of Employers — H. S. Sharp, 
Miln Street Mill ; Frank D. J. Buist, Holly road, B. Ferry ; W. Ross Smith, 
95 Dundee rd., W. Ferry. Representatives of Voluntary Associations — Rev. 
A. E. Warr, 69 Dalkeith road ; Miss Mary Constable, 2 AVestpark gardens ; 
Mrs J. R. Ballingall, 9 Dudhope terrace ; Miss A. M. Erskine Jackson, 
Kirkbuddo ; Miss M. B. Lamb, The Latch, Brechin. Minister's Repre- 
sentatives — David Duncan, 11 Balgay road (Vice-Chairman), T. Guthrie, 
Castlehill, Forfar. 

MINISTRY OF PENSIONS.— Area Office— M'Leod street, Edinburgh. 

ASSOCIATION OF DEPENDANTS OF DECEASED AND SERVING 
SAILORS AND SOLDIERS. — Hon. Secretary, J. G. Fraser ; Assistant 
Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs B. B. Fox, 7 Church lane. 

INCORPORATED SOLDIERS AND SAILORS HELP SOCIETY, 
Dundee Branch. — Hon. President, The Lord Provost ; President, C. Boyd 
Anderson ; Vice-Presidents, Miss M. Constable, Miss J. D. Holmes, T. L. 
Miller, Sir William Henderson ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, J. Armstrong 
Barry, 6 Panmure street. 

EARL HAIG RELIEF FUND.— Committee, Lord Provost Phin (Chair- 
man), Colonel J. B. Muir, George S. M 'Master, George B. Stewart, J. G. 
M'Laren, D. S. Bisset, A. P. M'Gill, Alexander Smith, Mrs John Phin, 
Miss Henderson, Francis Gray, Mrs W. H. Buist, George B. Dunn ; Hon. 
Secretary, W. A. R. Allardice, City chambers. Committee meets every 
Wednesday at 3 p.m. 

SCOTTISH NAVAL AND MILITARY VETERANS' RESIDENCE, 
Rosendael, 3 Victoria road, West Ferry — Home for Pensioners of the 
Navy, Army, and Air Force. — Patron, H.R.H. The Princess Louise, Duchess 
of Argyll; Chairman of Council, Lieut. -Colonel Chilton L. Addison-Smith; 
Hon. Treasurer and Secretary, R. Addison-Smith ; Superintendent, Captain 
W. Price ; Assistant Superintendent, Major W. Dover. 



112 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

DUNALISTAIR HOUSE, Hill street, Broughty Ferry (Black Watch 
"War Memorial Home for widows and children of the men of The Black 
Watch who fell in the Great War of 1914-18).— Matron, Mrs Ethel Shepherd, 
B.R.C. ; Bankers, Union Bank of Scotland, Ltd., Dundee; Auditors, B. C. 
Thomson & Murdoch; Law Agent, Major F. T. Wallace, S.S.C., Leven ; 
Secretary and Treasurer, Captain W. Low Mitchell, 11 Whitehall street. 

CHARITABLE MORTIFICATIONS.— 

Charles Anderson's — 1820. — A number of old men receive 8s 4d monthly, 
being half the free revenue of the fund. The other half is paid annually to the 
Indigent Sick Society. The capital is £2,600. Patrons, the Kirk-Session. 
Factor, Charles Soutar, 7 Ward road. 

The Charles Barrie Fund for Aged Seamen. — For seamen who have 
sailed in ocean-going vessels for at least 25 years, or have been disabled, and 
are unfit for work ; also for widows and dependants of deceased seamen. 
Chairman, H. Giles Walker ; Trustees, Sir Charles C. Barrie, J. J. Barrie, 
B. L. Nairn, Alexander Smith, Captain John Walker, Richard S. Bennet; 
Treasurer, J. D. Panton; Secretary, George G. Ritchie, Harbour Clerk, 
Harbour chambers. 

John Boyd Baxter Fund. — The interest of £8,000 applied for the benefit 
of elderly, deserving, respectable females, not less than fifty-five years of age, 
and natives of Dundee or neighbourhood, which includes any place in Forfar- 
shire within a radius of six miles from Town House of Dundee and the burgh 
of Newport in Fife or, if born elsewhere, who have been resident in Dundee 
or neighbourhood for at least ten years immediately preceding their admission. 
Pensioners must reside in Dundee or neighbourhood as above defined. 
Managers, the Lord Provost, First Bailie, Sheriff Substitute, the Parish 
Minister of Dundee, Lord Dean of Guild, Dean of Faculty of Procurators, 
President of Chamber of Commerce, Chief Magistrate of Newport. This Fund 
is intended for persons who have been in better circumstances. Beneficiaries, 
32, who receive £10 per annum each. Factor, James A. Graham, 2 Union st. 

George Brown's — 1695. — The annual income is derived from a ground 
annual of £80 secured over property in the Overgate. The free income of this 
Mortification is divided — one half is devoted to the maintenance of aged poor 
people of either sex — and the other is paid over to the Educational Trust for 
educational purposes. Each aged person receives £4 per annum. Patrons, 
Lord Provost, Bailies, Ministers of the Parish Church of Dundee and the South 
Church, and Kirk Treasurer. Factor, C. Skinner, 4 High street. 

Alexander Cameron's Trust. — The funds amount to £4,400. Income 
applied for alimenting of deserving old men and women resident in the 
Parish of Dundee, not under 60 years of age, who are not in receipt of 
parochial relief or an Old Age Government Pension, or entitled to receive 
an Old Age Pension, in sums, payable half-yearly, of (1) £6 per annum to 
relatives, and (2) £4 to others. Trustees, Lord Dean of Guild, Senior Bailie, 
and Convener of the Nine Trades (all for the time being), Rev. A. E. Warr, 
Rev. Dr Blair. Factors, Hendry & Fenton, 4 High street. 

The Sir James Caird Land Acquisition Fund. — The funds amount to 
£115,000. Income to be utilised by Town Council of Dundee in the acquisi- 
tion of land in or around the boundaries of the city in the interest and for 
the benefit of the community. William Aiken, City Chamberlain, Treasurer 
of the Fund. 

Lillias Currance or Ogilvie's — 1862. — Capital, £1,000. The income 
applied to maintain and support indigent old men, natives of and residing in 
Dundee, decayed tradesmen having preference not under 55 years of age. 
Persons of the name of Ogilvie or Currance have preference ; decayed 
members of the Incorporated Trades of Dundee come next. Beneficiaries 
number 6, who receive £6 yearly. £79 14s 8d held for Indigent Sick Society 
and £78 2s lOd for Dundee Female Society — Income paid over to these bodies. 
Factors, Thos. Thornton, Son, & Co., 15 Albert square. 

Admiral Duff's Bequest for Scripture Reader. — Funds, £1,080. 
Income paid to Scripture Reader. Patrons, the Town Council. Factor, 
William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 



CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 113 

John Ferguson Bequest. — Created by the late David Ferguson, Esq., 
Leith, in memory of his brother, John Ferguson, sometime of Dundee. The 
income of £5,000 falls to be applied by the Directors of the Royal Dundee 
Institution for the Blind in assisting persons living in the Dundee district 
who may be suffering from any form of disease of the eye, preference being 
given to persons who have lost their sight in mature years. Factors, Reid, 
Johnston, Bell, & Henderson, 34 Reform street. 

P Mortification for Scots Episcopal Clergyman in Dundee by Mrs 
E. Fyffe, of Pitkkrro. — Funds, £125. Interest paid to Incumbent of the 
Scots Episcopal Church in Dundee. Patrons, the Town Council. Factor, 
William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

Mrs Gibson's Bequest. — Funds, £123. Income applied for the preaching 
of a sermon yearly against Cruelty to Animals. Patrons, Lord Provost, Lord 
Dean of Guild, the Parish Minister of Dundee, and first Master of the 
Academy. Factor, William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

John Grieve's — 1806. — The sum of £393 Is 3d, mortified for the mainten- 
ance of an indigent lunatic in the Dundee Asylum. Patrons, the Kirk-Session. 
Factor, Treasurer of the Dundee Royal Lunatic Asylum. 

Guthrie Davidson Mortifications.— For the benefit of the Industrial 
Schools' Society, Deaf and Dumb Institution, Royal Orphan Institution, and 
Royal Infirmary. Governors — Lord Provost of Dundee, Sheriff-Substitute of 
County of Forfar at Dundee, Parish Minister of Dundee, Bishop of Diocese 
of Brechin, Lord Dean of Guild, Convener of the Nine Trades, J. L. Car- 
michael, T. N. J. Bell. Factors, Gray, Robertson, & Co., 1 Albert square. 

Miss Elizabeth Halyburton's — 1826. — The interest on £847 is annually 
divided amongst three, four, or five maiden ladies. Patrons, the Town Council. 
Factor, William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

The William Harris Institution. — William Harris, Esq., in 1874 created 
a Trust, which was afterwards supplemented by his sister, Miss Margaret 
Harris, for the assistance of persons (male or female), who from a better condi- 
tion in life have been reduced to necessitous circumstances (persons who have 
filled menial occupations are excluded). The annual income of this fund is 
about £600. Pensioners receive from £10 to £20 per annum. Trustees — 
The Parish Minister of Dundee ; one elected annually by the Town Council ; 
one elected annually by the Dundee Chamber of Commerce, and William 
H. Valentine, Harold S. Sharp, Sir Alex. Spence, Athole F. Stewart, H. 
Giles Walker, D. Douglas Ogilvie. Factor, W. M. Grant, 10 Panmure street. 

Miss Janet Henderson's Mortification — 1848. — Capital, £2,200. 
Income applied for the relief of old and indigent women who each receive an 
annual allowance of £5. Domestic servants are strictly prohibited, by the 
Mortifier's will, from sharing in the benefits of the Trust. No person will 
be admitted who is in receipt of parochial relief or an Old Age Government 
Pension or entitled to receive an Old Age Pension. Trustees — Rev. Dr 
Fergusson, Wm. S. Thompson, James Fenton. Factors, Hendry &; Fenton, 
4 High street. 

The Home Mortification. — Capital, £3,753 lis 9d. The income applied 
for the use and benefit of "The Home," an institution for the reformation 
of females. Factors, Gray, Robertson, & Co. , 1 Albert square. 

Hospital Fund and Johnston's Bequest.— These Mortifications are 
vested in, and administered by, the Lord Provost, Magistrates, and Coun- 
cillors of Dundee under a special Act of Parliament, entitled "The Dundee 
Churches and Hospital Act, 1864," regulating and confirming the ancient 
Royal Charter and Foundation to the Burgh and the Mortifications for 
behoof of the ministers of the Town Churches (in supplement of the Common 
Good of the Burgh) and the poor of the Town, all as contained in the ancient 
Charters, Act of Parliament, and arrangements by the several bodies concerned 
thereby confirmed. The Magistrates and Council are vested in property and 
estate under the Act to the amount of £37,913 of the Hospital Trust and 
£31,427 of Johnston's Bequest. On the roll of the Hospital Fund from the 
portion of the Fund applicable to the poor there are 296 pensioners, and on 
that of Johnston's Bequest 345 pensioners, each of whom receives £5 per 



114 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

annum. Under the Church of Scotland (Property and Endowments) Act, 
1925, the obligation to the Ministers was discharged by a cash payment. 
Government pensioners are ineligible for the above Mortifications. Factor, 
William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

The Peter Benevolent Fund.— Capital, £6,135. Income to be applied in 
giving contributions to deserving and indigent old gentlewomen in Dundee. 
Beneficiaries receive £10 per annum, payable half-yearly. Trustees, Lewis 
F. Robertson and Robert Rollo Steven. Factors, Rollo & Steven, 62 
Seagate, Dundee. 

Lochee Fund for Women. — The capital amounts to £4,000. Income 
applied in making payments to deserving women, either widows or unmarried, 
not under 55 years of age, of respectable character, born and resident in 
Lochee, or who have resided in Lochee for not less than seven years, and are 
still resident there, and who are not in receipt of parochial relief or an Old 
Age Government Pension or entitled to receive an Old Age Pension. Annual 
allowance not exceeding £5. Trustees, David Brydie, James W. Hutton. 
and Daniel Henderson. Factors, Hendry & Fenton, 4 High street. 

M 'Lean's Bequest.— Founded in 1878. The annual revenue to be applied 
for the benefit of the inmates of the Dundee Poorhouse. Funds, £150. 
Factor, William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

Mrs Euphan Mann or Roger's — The Widows' Fund, 1665. — At present 
twenty-six poor widows receive an annual payment of £5. Patrons, the 
Kirk-Session. The amount of capital is £3,500. Factor, Charles Soutar, 
7 Ward road. 

George Marshall's Bequest. — The interest of £600 is directed annually 
for the benefit of sailors who have served in the Royal Navy. Patrons, the 
Master and Committee of the Trinity House, Dundee. Factor, David 
Patterson, 1 Albert square. 

Mrs Moncur Memorial Fund. — Capital, £10,000. Income applied for 
the relief of deserving widows of any age and deserving females not under 60 
years of age of respectable character who are natives of and resident in the 
city of Dundee, or who have resided in the city for not less than 10 years, 
and who are not in receipt of parochial relief or an Old Age Government 
Pension or entitled to receive an Old Age Pension. Trustees, Lord 
Provost, President of Chamber of Commerce, Moderator of the Church of 
Scotland Presbytery of Dundee, Alexander Moncur, Adam Hunter, Rev. A. 
J. Forrest, A. Inglis Shepherd. Factors, Hendry & Fenton, 4 High street. 

The Ouchterlony Old Men's Indigent Society. — For relieving the 
necessities of deserving and indigent old men either born in Dundee or the 
neighbourhood thereof or connected with Dundee or the neighbourhood 
thereof. Trustees, A. B. Ruthven, 53 Strathern road, West Ferry, William 
Scott, 4 Roxburgh terrace, John M'Nicoll, 446 Perth road. 

Lord Panmure's — 1840. — The interest of £1,000, given to the City by the 
late Lord Panmure, is paid annually to the Royal Infirmary. Factor, 
William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

Mrs Margaret Petrie or Morton's — 1827. — The interest of the bulk of 
her fortune, about £20,000, is destined for the maintenance of aged and 
indigent persons belonging to the town and parish of Dundee, those of the 
name of Petrie and Wighton having a preference, who each receives £6 per 
annum. There are about 150 pensioners on the roil. Patrons, T. N. J. Bell, 
T. H. H. Walker, T. H. Smith, F. D. S. Sandeman, W. D. Macdougall, H. 
S. Sharp, and Sir Alex. Spence. Factor, James A. Graham, 2 Union street. 
James Pullar's — 1804. — The sum of £3,000 affords annually £10 to the 
Infirmary, £5 to the poor of the Nine Trades, and £5 to the poor of the 
Parish, the one half of the remainder of the annual rent being paid to the 
Dundee Educational Trust, and the other half being paid to ten old men and 
women not under 60 years of age ; those who can trace their pedigree from 
JohnPullar, the Mortifier's father, preferred^rs^ ; second, persons of the name of 
Pullar ; and third, strangers. Patrons, the Minister of the Overgate district, 
twenty members of Kirk-Session, Convener and Deacons of the Nine Trades, 
and their immediate predecessors in office. Factor, Jas. Simpson, 12 Bank st. 



CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 115 

James Ramsay's Mortification — 1734. — Funds, £1,240, and are to be 
applied for the purpose of building and furnishing a Workhouse for idle 
and vagrant persons. Patrons, the Lord Provost, Bailies, Lord Dean of 
Guild, and Convener of Nine Trades. Factor, "William Aiken, City 
Chamberlain. 

Eobson Cuer Fund. — Founded in 1890 by the Trustees of the late 
Mrs Christina Curr, widow of William Curr, Merchant, Dundee, to which the 
Trustees of Miss Margaret Robson, sister of Mrs Curr, made a contribution 
out of the residue of her estate. Purpose. — Aiding old persons of both sexes 
belonging to Dundee and neighbourhood. Trustees, David Low Carmichael, 
Mrs Harry Walker, W. F. Small, Rev. Alfred E. Warr, B.D. Factors, 
Shiell & Small, 5 Bank street. 

Stmers' Fund for Indigent Females — 1878. — The interest of £11,000 
applied for the benefit of infirm and indigent females of respectable 
character, resident in the town and parish of Dundee, including Lochee and 
Broughty Ferry. Patrons, Lord Provost, Sheriff-Substitute of Angus 
resident in Dundee, Lord Dean of Guild, and First and Second Bailies. 
Factor, R. S. May, 31 Reform street. 

Tat Bridge Disaster Fund. — Founded in 1879 for the benefit of 
necessitous dependents of persons who lost their lives. Funds, £616. 
Factor, William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

Thomas Smith Thomson's.— A number of old men receive £5 yearly. 
The capital is £800. Patrons, the Kirk-Session. Factor, Charles Soutar, 7 
Ward road. 

Webster and Davidson Mortification for the Blind. — The interest 
of about £18,000 applied in the education, maintenance, and advancement 
in life of blind young men and blind young women. Patrons, the Lord 
Provost, Sheriff Substitute, Parish Minister of Dundee, Lord Dean of Guild, 
Convener of Nine Trades, President of Royal Dundee Institution for the Blind, 
and four elected Governors and three co-opted Governors. Factor, James A. 
Graham, 2 Union street. 

The Fleming Trust. — On 20th December 1928, the late Robert Fleming, 
Esq., 8 Crossley square, London, under a Declaration of Trust by the Lord 
Provost, Magistrates, and Councillors of the City and Royal Burgh of 
Dundee, gifted £130,000 five per cent. War Loan (1929-47) in Bearer Bonds 
and the produce thereof, which was supplemented on 20th August 1929 by 
a cash gift of £25,000, making a total of £155,000 to be utilised in purchasing 
lands and buildings, and also for the clearance and demolition of slum 
dwelling-houses and the provision of suitable accommodation for re-housing 
the displaced occupants of slum property in Dundee. William Aiken, City 
Chamberlain, Treasurer of the Trust. 

The "Gray" Gift. — A block of twenty -four single apartment houses,, 
erected at the junction of Kinghorne road and Rosebank street by the family 
of the late Mr and Mrs Peter Gray as a memorial to their parents. The 
houses to be let to single women at a rent of £8 per annum, exclusive of 
rates ; the surplus from rents, after repairs and upkeep, to form a fund to 
perpetuate the gift or to build further houses of a similar nature. The site 
has been gifted by the Town Council. 

The Misses Isabella and Elizabeth Mudie Trust. — Trustees, John 
Howe, 17 Shamrock street, and James Anderson Kyd, solicitor. The nett 
revenue is disbursed in making grants to persons of either sex resident in the 
city, who, on account of sickness or disease, or for any other cause, are in the 
opinion of the administrators deserving and in need of assistance, the payments 
to any person not to exceed £20 in any one year. 120 beneficiaries are at present 
in receipt of £10 each per annum. The administrators of the Bequest are 
the Lord Provost, Lord Dean of Guild, and the Parish Minister of Dundee. 
Secretaries and Factors, Shield & Kyd, 1 Albert square. 

The Henry Gourlay Dundee Foundry Trust. — Secretary, James 
Walker, 11 Kinloch terrace. 



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MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

NEWSPAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS.— 

Daily — Courier and Advertiser, 7 to 25 Bank street. — Id. 

,, — Evening Telegraph and Post, Courier place, Albert square. — Id. 
Weekly — Adventure, Courier place, Albert square.— (Monday) 2d. 

,, — Broughtt Ferry Guide and Carnoustie Gazette, "32 Castle 
street. —(Friday) Id. 

,, — Dundee Catholic Herald, 82 Bell street. — (Friday) 2d. 

,, — Dundee Prices Current (Jute and Linen), 12 Panmure street. 
— (Wednesday) £2 10s per annum, post free. 

,, — Dundee Textile Report, 30 Meadowside. — (Saturday) £1 10s per 
annum, post free. 

,, — Fairyland Tales, 7 to 25 Bank street. — (Friday) 2d. 

,, — Family Star, Courier place, Albert square. — (Tuesday) 2d. 

„ — Flame, 7-25 Bank Street. — (Wednesday) 2d. 

,, — Hotspur, Courier place, Albert square. — (Friday) 2d. 

„ — My Weekly, 7 to 25 Bank street. — (Tuesday) 2d. 

,, — People's Friend, 7 to 25 Bank street. — (Friday) 2d. 

,, — People's Journal, 7 to 25 Bank street. — (Saturday) 2d. 

,, — Red Letter, Courier place, Albert square. — (Tuesday) 2d. 

,, — Red Star Weekly, Courier place, Albert square. — (Thursday) 2d. 

,, — Rover, Courier place, Albert square. — (Thursday) 2d. 

„ — Secrets, 7 to 25 Bank street. — (Tuesday) 2d. 

,, — Skipper, Courier place, Albert square. — (Saturday) 2d. 

,, — Sporting Post, Courier place, Albert square. — (Saturday) Id. 

,, — Sunday Post, Courier place, Albert square. — (Sunday) 2d. 

,, — Topical Times, Courier place. Albert square. — (Tuesday) 2d. 

,, — Weekly News, Courier place, Albert square. — (Friday) 2d. 

,, — Weekly Welcome, Courier place, Albert square. — (Thursday) 2d. 

,, — Wizard, Courier place, Albert square. — (Tuesday) 2d. 

,, — Woman's Way, Courier place, Albert square. — (Thursday) 2d. 
Fortnightly — Dixon Hawke Library, Courier place, Albert square. — 
(Friday) 4d. 
,, — People's Friend Library, 7 to 25 Bank street. — (Friday) 6d. 
Monthly — Dundee Railway Time Tables, 31 Castle street. — 2d. 

,, — Scots Magazine, 7 to 25 Bank street. — Is. 
Annually— Dundee Directory, 112 Nethergate. — 10s 6d. 

NEWSPAPER PRESS FUND.— Chairman, D. Donald ; Hon. Secretary, 
Wm. Bowman, People's Journal office ; Special Efforts Secretary, R. D. Low. 

CLUBS.— 

Broughty Ferry Club, 5St Vincent st.,B.F. — Club Steward, G. M- Lindsay. 
Cosmopolitan Club, 7 Ward road. — Caretaker, Miss Dickson. 
Eastern Club, 3 Albert square. — Clubmistress, Miss Low. 
Imperial Club, 86 Nethergate. — Secretary, David Drummond. 
Western Club, 1 New Inn entry, High street. — Secretary, John Deas ; 
Clubmaster, David C. Fairweather. 

DUNDEE BUSINESS CLUB.— Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, James R. 
Gellatly, 20 Reform street (Telephone 2004). 

DUNDEE ROTARY CLUB.— Hon. Secy., T. K. Douglas, 1 3 Albert square. 

NONDESCRIPTS CLUB.— Secretary, Wm. Forsyth, 9 Golf avenue, 
Monifieth. 

TOC H. (TALBOT HOUSE).— Secretary, John M. M'Donald, 360 Brook 
street, Broughty Ferry. Meets Tuesday evenings at 225 Overgate. 

DUNDEE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY (with which is incorporated the 
Dundee Chrysanthemum Society and the Dundee Horticultural Association). 
— President, Findlay Lesslie ; Vice-Presidents, Alex. Macrae, D. C, Hutche- 
son, T. C. Brown, John Campbell, AVilliam Dickson, Thomas Macpherson, 
Robert Stewart; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, W. A. Findlay, 54 Commer- 
cial street (Telephone No. 4339). 






MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 117 

WORKING MEN'S GARDENS.— 

Ancrdm Road Garden Allotment Association. — Secretary-Treasurer, 
John Kippen, 54 Campbell street, Lochee. 

Clepington "Working Men's Gardens Association, Arklay street. — 
Secretary, William Shepherd, 27 Clepington street. 

Dundee Allotment Holders' and Amateurs' Horticultural Associa- 
tion. — Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, David C. Jeffrey, 8 City square. 

Gardner Street Garden Allotment Association. — Secretary and 
Treasurer, W. B. Wilson, 32 Alpin terrace. 

Kinnaird Garden Allotment Association, Kinghorne road. — Secretary, 
Leonard Allen, 2 Smith street. 

Stirling Park Garden Allotment Association. — Secretary, William 
Duncan, 90 Hill street. 

Vegetable Allotment Gardens. — See page 47. 

EAST OF SCOTLAND BEE-KEEPERS' ASSOCIATION— Hon. Secy., 
Alexander Lickely, 2a King street. 

FORFARSHIRE CRICKET CLUB.— Hon. Secretary, D. H. L. Stewart, 
14 Long wynd, or 42 Camperdown street, Broughty Ferry. 

GOLF CLUBS.— 

Angus Ladies' County.— Hon. Secretary, Miss M. M. Batchelor, 7 
Clarendon terrace. 

Broughty Ladies'. — Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs Macdonald, 6 Castle 
terrace, Broughty Ferry. 

Caird Park. — Secretary, R. G. Hunt, 182 Strathmartine road. 

Courier and Electric. — Secretary, James A. Hume, 68 Elm street. 

Downfield. — Secretary, D. Fitzgerald, 4 India buildings ; Wednesday 
Section — M. Mottashaw, 2 Gibson terrace, Mains loan ; Ladies' Section — Miss 
W. Malcolm, 4 Glamis drive. 

Dundee and District News Trade.— Hon. Secretary, Allen Reid, 118 
Overgate. 

Dundee Electrical Trades.— Secretary, S. D. Goodfellow, 28 Dal- 
housie road, Barnhill. 

Dundee Press. — Secretary, A. D. Holmes, 9 Union place. 

Erlish. — Secretary, W. R. Morris, 24 St Andrew's street. 

Licensed Victuallers. — Secretary, J. D. Little, 39 Dock street. 

Maryfield. — Secretary, A. S. G. Thomson, 165 Albert street. 

Municipal. — Secretary, Charles J. Howe, 21 City square. 

N.A.L.G.O. Ladies. — Secretary, Miss Margaret Grieve, 41 Dalkeith road. 

ANGLING CLUBS.— 

Broughty Ferry. — Secretary and Treasurer, William Imrie, 2 Lawrence 
street, Broughty Ferry. 

Dundee. — Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, William Scott, 4 Roxburgh 
terrace. 

East End. — Secretary and Treasurer, John Barnett, 333 Clepington road. 

Lochee. — Secretary, W. L. Ferguson, 14 Gardner street. 

West End. — Hon. Secy, and Treasurer, Andrew Dargie, 140 Perth road. 

FOOTBALL ASSOCIATIONS AND CLUBS (with Secretaries).— 

Forfarshire Football Association.— David B. Purvis, 20 Hill street, 
Montrose. 

Forfarshire Junior Football Association. — James H. Townsend, 22 
Glenmarkie terrace. 

Midlands Amateur Football Association. — John D. Davidson, 5 
Abbotsford place. 

Angus Amateur Football Association. — Thomas Lowdon, 8 Belle- 
field avenue. 

Scottish Amateur Football Association (Midlands Executive). — 
George H. Keith, 271 Blackness road. 



118 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

Dundee Junior Football Association. — G. R. Cameron, 32 Constitution 
street. 

Half-Holiday Football Association. — A. Johnston, 23 Princes street. 

Scottish Football Referees' Association (Angus County Associ- 
ation). — A. L. Livingstone, 31 Step row. 

Dundee Football Club, Limited. — Manager and Secretary, William 
M'Candless. Registered Office, Dens Park. 

Dundee United Football Club, Limited. — Manager, James Brownlie. 
Registered Office, Tannadice Park. 

Clepington Football Club.— Arthur Galbraith, 27 Nelson street. 
Ground, Gussie Park, Tannadice street. 

East Craigie Football Club.— William Elder, 19 St Matthew street. 
Ground, Craigie Park, Old Craigie road. 

North End Football Club.— Harry Low, 347 Strathmore avenue. 
Ground, North End Park, Fairfield street. 

Stobswell Football Club. — R. Cadenhead, 4 Arklay terrace. Ground, 
East End Park, Old Craigie road. 

Violet Football Club. — C. S. MacLean, 11 Abbotsford place. Ground, 
Glenesk Park, off Loons road. 

BROUGHTY FERRY GAMES CLUB (Lawn Tennis, Hockey) Grounds, 
Fintry place, Forthill road, Broughty Ferry. Hon. Secretary, A. G. Hendry, 
Gagie, by Dundee. 

MIDLAND LADIES' HOCKEY ASSOCIATION.— Secretary and Trea- 
surer, Miss Alice Crichton, 4 Lammerton terrace. 

SCOTTISH AMATEUR BOXING ASSOCIATION (Midland District).— 
Secretary, O. P. Fox, 45 Dens road. Clubs and Secretaries. — Dundee 
A. B.C., William Thomson, 142 Albert street; Camperdown A. B.C., 
P. Whyte, 38 Whorterbank, Lochee ; R.N.V.R., Lieut. D. S. Campbell, 
H.M.S. Unicorn; St Andrews University A. B.C., Lieut. A. Stark; Broughty 
Ferry A.B.C., A. M'Inroy, 50 Castle street, Broughty Ferry ; Perth A.B.C., 
W. M. Honeyman, Y.M.C.A. buildings, Princes street, Perth; Tayport 
A.B.C., A. Miller, 32 Ogilvie place, Tayport; Angus A. B.C., J. Halbert, 
11 Baffin street ; Brechin A.A.C., A. Young, 27 Southesk street, Brechin ; 
Strathmiglo A. B.C., D. S. Hill, jun., High street, Strathmiglo. 

DUNDEE GYMNASIUM.— Trustees, T. N. J. Bell, H. S. Sharp, J. Kinloch, 
L. E. Hill ; Committee of Management, the Trustees ; Instructor, George 
M'Dowell; Secretaries and Treasurers, Thos. Thornton, Son, & Co., 
15 Albert square. 

SCOTTISH AMATEUR GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION.— Local Repre- 
sentatives. — Hon. Vice-Presidents, Peter M'Cabe, Sir William Henderson, 
D. M. Brown, J. B. Roger, D. Maule; Vice-President, H. G. Keay; Auditor, 
Wm. C. Young ; Hon. Secretary, E. H. Best, 5 Piersfield place, Edinburgh, 8. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT AMATEUR GYMNASTIC ASSOCIA- 
TION. — Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Samuel Nicholson, 31 Hawkhill. 

Affiliated Clubs. — Dundee Y.M.C.A. Gymnastic and Athletic Club. — 
Hon. Secretary, Charles Coull, 48 Constitution street. Dundee Battalion 
Boys' Brigade — Convener, Harry Simpson, 2 North George street ; St Paul's 
Mission — Hon. Secretary, J. B. Davidson, 18 Corso street; Camperdown 
Gymnastic Club — Hon. Secretary, Thomas N. Richardson, 87 Ancrum road, 
Lochee ; Benvie Gymnastic Club— Hon. Secretary, Edward Imrie, 9 Ellen 
street. 

DUNDEE UNION OF GIRLS' CLUBS.— Secretary, Miss Forster, 1 
Briarwood terrace, Westpark road. 

KEEP FIT LEAGUE.— Secretary, Miss H. L. Paton, 23 Panmure street ; 
Instructress, Miss M. H. Will. 

DUNDEE LADIES' FENCING CLUB.— Secretary, Miss Couttie, 61 
Clepington road. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 119 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT GYMNASTIC GUILD.— Secretary, J. B. 
Roger, 295 Strathmore avenue. 

DUNDEE PHYSICAL CULTURE AND ATHLETIC CLUB (Y.M.C.A.). 
— Secretary, William Keith, 62 Alpin road. 

SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION, Men.— 
Secretary and Treasurer, James Forbes, M.A., 14 City square. 

SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE SOCIETY, Dundee Branch.— Hon. 
Secretary and Treasurer, James Forbes, 52 Kerrington crescent, Barnhill. 

LOCHEE STRATHSPEY AND REEL SOCIETY.— Secretary, Miss Alice 
Milne, 86 South road, Lochee. 

LAWN TENNIS CLUBS (with Secretaries).— 

Midland Counties (of Scotland) Lawn Tennis Association. — 
Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Lewis I. Collins, 12 Whitehall street. 

Scottish Public Courts Lawn Tennis Association. — Secretary and 
Treasurer, A. Donaldson, 17 Kerrsview terrace. 

Dundee Public Courts Tennis League. — Secretary, Alexander Donald- 
son, 17 Kerrsview terrace. 

Arbroath. — J. D. M'Culloch, Clydesdale Bank, Arbroath; Match Secys., 
J. D. M'Culloch, Clydesdale Bank, Arbroath, and Miss M. P. Wilson, 
Rotomahana, Arbroath. 

Broughty Ferry (Holly road, Broughty Ferry). — Miss Ferguson, 499 
Brook street, Broughty Ferry ; Match Secretary, G. Crombie, 10 Rugby 
terrace, Esplanade, B.F. 

Carnoustie. — Miss Kitty Kydd, Marchbank, Carnoustie. 

Craigielea (Dalkeith road). — Norman S. Kenny, 47 East Haddon road ; 
Match Secretaries, Miss M. O. Guthrie, 9 West Bell street, and Charles M. 
Leask, 11 Mains terrace. 

Forfar. — Secretary, W. A. Doig, 129 Lilybank crescent, Forfar. 

Games Club. — A. G. Hendry, Gagie, by Dundee ; Match Secretaries, 
A. G. Hendry, and Miss B. J. Watson, Tay lodge, Broughty Ferry. 

Harris Academy. — W. H. Law, 1 Gowrie street; Match Secretary, W. 
L. Marshall, 229 Perth road. 

High School (Arbroath road).— Alexander T. Millar, 8 Glamis drive ; 
Match Secretaries, W. S. Phillips, 310 Strathmartine road, Downfield, and 
Miss M. Anderson, 31 Adelaide place. 

Invergowrie. — George Sellars, County place, Invergowrie ; Men's Match 
Secretary, Cyril Stratton, Auburn terrace, Invergowrie. Ladies' Match 
Secretary, Miss Ethel Fraser, 37 County place, Invergowrie. 

Monifieth. — Miss Helen Duncan, 337 Queen street, Broughty Ferry ; 
Match Secretary, J. B. Meikle, 1 Golf avenue, Monifieth. 

Morgan Academy. — Secretary, Charles C. Elder, 4 Baxter Park terrace. 

Newport. — Ronald Guttridge, Rosslyn, East Newport; Match Secretaries, 
R. D. Morton, Darvel lodge, Cupar road, East Newport, and Miss H. M. 
Gray, Struiebrae, East Newport. 

Stobsmuir (Forfar road). — John L. G. Kerr, 32 Argyle street; Match 
Secretary, George S. Walker, 52 Kings way. 

University of St Andrews. — W. C. Smith, The University, St Andrews; 
Ladies', Miss E. C. Sutcliffe, The University, St Andrews. 

West End (Shaftesbury road). — Hon. Secretary, G. R. Hynd, 9 Rockfield 
crescent ; Match Secretaries, 1st Men's — J. B. Roberts, 49 Perth road ; 1st 
Ladies'— Miss B. Smith, 311 Perth road; 2nd Men's— W. S. Philip, 10 West- 
grove avenue ; 2nd Ladies' — Miss B. K. Smith, 311 Perth road. 

Wormit. — Miss I. M. Bell, Cliftonpark, Wormit. 

Y.M.C.A. — Alfred Bruce, 17 Brown Constable street. 



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FORFARSHIRE LADIES' LACROSSE CLUB.— Secretary, Miss Walker, 
Lundie castle, Edzell. 

BOWLING CLUBS (with Secretaries).— 

Dundee Public Grebns Association. — Secretary and Treasurer, Norman 
Ellis, 17 Brown Constable street. 

Forfarshire Association. — Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, John Paul, 
342 Queen street, Broughty Ferry. 

Three Counties Bowling Association (Forfar, Perth, and Fife). — 
Secretary and Treasurer, John Paul, 342 Queen street, Broughty Ferry. 

Dundee Bowling Association. — W. S. Mortimer, 195 Strathmartine rd. 

Dundee and District Masonic Bowling Association. — Andrew F. 
Hill, 7 King's road. 

Dundee and District Half-Holiday Bowling Association. — H. 
Killacky, 95 Dalkeith road. 

Municipal Employees' League — A. R. Woodcock, 5 Morgan street. 

Barclay Cup. — W. Macaulay, 14 Seafield road, Broughty Ferry. 

Hunter Cup. — A. D. Macnaughton, 30 Meadowside. 

Balgay, Westpark road. — J. A. Rioch, 9 Kelso place. 

Balgay (Public). — N. Hutcheson, 27 Wellgrove street, Lochee. 

Barnhill, Collingwood street, Barnhill. — John A. Melrose, 4 Maule street. 

Barrack Park Public. — Peter Crighton, 14 Barrack street. 

Baxter Park. — John G. M'Laren, 3 Dalkeith road. 

„ „ (Public). — William W. Jarvis, jun., 5 Graham place. 

Blackness Public, Victoria Park. — A. C. Liney, 9 Abbotsford place. 

Brotherhood. — W. L. Miller, 30 Barnes avenue. 

Broughty, Albert road, W. Ferry. — J. R. Wilson, 28 Kerrington crescent, 
Barnhill. 

Broughty Castle, King street, Broughty Ferry. — John Paul, 342 Queen 
street, Broughty Ferry. 

Camperdown, Lochee Park. — George Hutcheson, 1 Kilberry street, Lochee. 

Craigie, Dalkeith road. — C. F. Allan, 84 Commercial street. 

Dudhope, Adelaide place. — M. M'Ewan, 48 Bell street. 

Dundee Post Office. — Edward Shepherd, 74 Ward road. 

Dundee Shepherds. — J. Walker, 54 Ellengowan drive. 

East End Public. — David Donald, 37 Lilybank road. 

Fairfield, Fairmuir road. — W. S. Mortimer, 195 Strathmartine road. 

Fairmuir Public. — Allan Strachan, 242 Clepington road. 

Hillcrest, Blackness road. — W. K. Wood, 17 Abbotsford place; Match 
Secretary, Fred Gibson, 258 Blackness road. 

Invergowrie. — David Lockhart, Park place, Invergowrie. 

Lawsonian. — Thomas Anderson, 90 Albert street. 

Lochee, Ancrum road.— Alfred Gray, 109 Ancrum road, Lochee. 

Lochee Central.— A. Ireland, 66 South road, Lochee. 

Longforgan. — Andrew Macfarlane, Castle road, Longf organ. 

Maryfield, Madeira street. — D. G. Irons, 17 Janefield place. 

North End. — George Smith, 11 Ogilvie street. 

Orchar Park, Broughty Ferry.— William Ogilvie, 2 Manor place, B.F. 

West End, Magdalen Green. — William J. Brown, 62 Peddie street. 

Unicorn Public. — George Robertson, 6 Lamb's lane. 

BROUGHTY FERRY AND DISTRICT CARPET BOWLING 
LEAGUE.— Robert S. Gordon, 26 Archer street, Broughty Ferry. 

CURLING CLUBS.— 

Affleck, Monikie. — Secretary and Treasurer, Andrew Grieve, Hillhead, 
Monikie. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 121 

Baldovan.— Hon. Secretary, Tom M. L. Neish, 31 Reform street (Tele- 
phone No. 3985). 

Beodghty, Camphill road. — Secretary, J. E. MTntyre, 29 Commercial st. 

Campeedown Estate, Camperdown. — Secy, and Treasurer, T. P. Douglas 
Murray, 44 Coupar Angus road, Lochee. 

Dondee, Forfar road. — Secretary, D, S. Cooper, 52 Bell street. 

Pitkeeeo. — Secretary, W. G. Reid, 36 Seafield road, Broughty Ferry. 

CYCLISTS' TOURING CLUB.-Chief Consul for Aberdeen, Angus, 
and Kincardine, H. G. Haxton, 202 Arbroath road. 

Dundee District Association. — Hon. Secretary, David F. Berry, jun., 
Beechwood, Harefield rd., Lochee ; Hon. Runs Secy., J. M'Gaw, 17 Isles' lane. 

NATIONAL CYCLISTS' UNION.— Secretary, Thomas R. M 'Robbie, 
13 North Fleming gardens. 

DUNDEE ROADS CYCLING CLUB.— Secretary, M. Cameron, 86 South 
road, Lochee. 

DUNDEE "WESTERN CYCLING CLUB— Secretary, Charles Brodie, 
3 Baxter street. 

DUNDEE MOTOR CLUB, LIMITED.— Registered Office, 12 Victoria 
chambers. Secretary, Ian Morgan, Motor Union, 12 Victoria chambers. 

AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION, 12 Victoria chambers; James Robertson, 
Local Representative. 

SCOTTISH YOUTH HOSTELS ASSOCIATION.— Dundee and District 
Committee. Hon. Secretary, "William Burke, 128 City road. 

DUNDEE SAFETY FIRST COUNCIL.— Secretaries, J. Grafton Lawson 
& Co., 7 "Ward road. 

SAFETY FIRST COMMITTEE.— Secretary, W. Lawson Driscall, Harbour 
chambers. 

HAWKHILL HARRIERS. — Clubrooms, Fairfield street. Secretary, 
George Neil, 5 Moncur crescent. 

THISTLE HARRIERS.— Clubrooms, Abbotsford street. Hon. Secretary, 
John V. Lyons, 67 Murraygate. 

HOLIDAY FELLOWSHIP RAMBLING CLUB (Dundee Group).— 
Secretary, David E. "White, 1 Union place. 

C.H.A. RAMBLING CLUB.— Secretary, Miss Eleanor Murray, 6 Wood- 
side terrace. 

PEN AND PENCIL CLUB.— Secretary, George Clark, 14 Arthurstone ter. 

MIDLAND COUNTIES AMATEUR SWIMMING ASSOCIATION.— 
Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Edward Mann, 32 Well street, Monifieth. 

Affiliated Clubs with their respective Secretaries. — Amphibious Ancients, 
R. Nicholson, 12 Balmossie street, Barnhill ; Arbroath Boy Scouts, F. W. 
Blair, 57 Millgate ; Arbroath St Thomas, Ian Macdonald, 17 Kinnaird street, 
Arbroath; Arnhall, D. M'Laren, 32 Wolseley street ; Arnhall Ladies', Jean 
Cooper, 13 North Wellington street; Belmont, A. Campbell, 150 Lochee rd.; 
Benvie, Thomas Buist, 22 Stewart street, Lochee ; City Police, Lieut. W. 
Morrison, Central Police Chambers ; Postal, James Allan, 18 Derby street ; 
Y.M.C.A., John O. Robertson, 10 Constitution road; Boys' Brigade, David 
Winton, 6 Cardean street ; Boy Scouts, C. C. Lamb, 11 Duntrune terrace, 
Broughty Ferry; Forfar, D. Strachan, 7 Lour road, Forfar; Leven, James S. 
Blaney, 12 Kirke place, Methilhill, Leven ; Lochee, D. M. Brown, 12 Tofthill, 
Lochee ; Whitehall, J. P. Husband, 6 Whitehall crescent ; Step Rock 
Amateurs, M. Richardson, Commercial Hotel, Leuchars; University of St 
Andrews, D. M'Petrie, St Salvator's Hall, St Andrews ; West End Open-Air 
Bathers, John M'Pherson, 1 Miller's wynd. 

Life Saving Scouts.— Secretary, D. C. Buik, jun., 37 Scott street. 



122 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

Royal Life-Saving Society, Life Guaed Coeps. — Hon. Regional Repre- 
sentative, Lieut. W. Morrison, Central Police Office, West Bell street. 

Royal Humane Society. — Hon. District Representative, Edward Mann, 
32 Well street, Monifieth. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT BILLIARDS LEAGUE.— Secretary, T. 
M 'Bride, 14 Forest Park road. 

DUNDEE SNOOKER LEAGUE.— Secretary, A. Hutchison, 19 Arklay 
terrace. 

DUNDEE CORINTHIAN BOATING CLUB.— Headquarters, Dundee 
Boatsheds, Riverside drive. Secretary, R. Sim, 7 Glenisla terrace. 

DUNDEE MODEL YACHT AND POWER BOAT CLUB. —Joint 

Secretaries (Yachts), G. Davies, 20 Crombie terrace ; (Model Power Boats), 
Gordon Small, 56 Old Craigie road. 

BROUGHTY FERRY BOATING CLUB.— Headquarters, Grassy Beach, 
West Ferry. Hon. Treasurer and Secretary, J. Deuchars, 12 Dundee road, 
West Ferry. 

ROYAL TAY YACHT CLUB.— Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Richard 
Brown, Hayswell, Leuchars, Fife. 

STRATHTAY FLYING CLUB (Proposed).— Secretary, John A. Stewart, 
48 Tay street, Perth. 

Corporation Baths, West Protection Wall. — Swimming and Private 
Baths (Salt and Fresh Water), Turkish Bath, Sandor Foam Baths, also Violet 
and Ultra- Violet Ray Baths. — The Baths are open daily in Summer from 
6.30 a.m. till 9 p.m., and in Winter from 9 a.m. till 8 p.m. Sundays, 
6.30 a.m. till 9 a.m. in Summer. 

Branch Establishments. — Baths and Washhouses at Guthrie street, 
Constable street, Caldrum street, Miller's wynd, and at High street, Lochee. 
Washhouses at Meadows and Logie (8 a. m . to 9 p. m. ; Saturdays, 8 a. m. to 6 p.m. ) . 

Engineer and Manager of Baths and Washhouses — Barry Cuthill, M.t. 
Mech.E. (Telephone No. 4667). (See Adv.) 

INCORPORATED SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS, Dundee Centre.— 
Secretary, George A. Trash, 14 Bonnygate, Cupar. 

CHAMBER MUSIC CLUB.— Secretary, Miss Mary M'G. Miller, 103 
Magdalen Yard road. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MUSICAL COMPETITIVE FESTIVAL 
ASSOCIATION.— Executive Committee, W. H. Blyth Martin (Chairman) ; 
Sir William Henderson, Mrs W. H. Buist, Mrs Cameron, Miss E. J. Air, 
Mrs Scott, James Watson, Robert Loggie, Miss E. T. Bell, James Adamson, 
J. R. Cameron, J. C. Cargill, James C. Lee, Robert Larg. Hon. Secretary 
and Treasurer, John R. Cameron, 14 City square. 

TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON, for Musical Education and 
Examination. — Local Committee, J. C. Low (Chairman), A. M. Stoole, 
Henry N. Forbes, James Hinchliffe, S. P. Guttridge; Secretary, Marie 
Gibson, 10 Whitehall street. 

CHORAL, ORCHESTRAL, AND OPERATIC SOCIETIES.— 

Babnhill Deamatic Society. — Secretary, W. M. Shepherd, 36 Camper- 
down street, Broughty Ferry. 

Beoughty Feeey Amateue Oechesteal Society. — Secretary, D. 
M'Naughton, 28 Forthill drive, Broughty Ferry. 

Beoughty Fekey Opeeatic Society. — Conductor, ErnestD. G. M'Pherson ; 
Secretary, G. B. Smith, 53 Castle street, Broughty Ferry. 

Beoughty West Deamatic Society. — Hon. Secretary, Andrew King, 
175 Brook street, Broughty Ferry. 

Dundee Amateue Choral Union.— Conductor, Charles M. Cowe ; Hon. 
Secretary and Treasurer, Frank H. Morrison, 10 Whitehall street. 

Dundee Belleingees' Association, Old Steeple. — Secretary, Wardrope 
Henderson, 13 Union place. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 123 

Dundee Catholic Choral Union. — Conductor, E. D. Jones ; Hon. 
Secretary and Treasurer, J. Duffy, 2 Graham place. 

Dundee Dramatic Society. — Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Harold M. 
Adams, 32 Bank street. 

Dundee Gaelic Musical Association.— Conductor, Douglas K. Patrick ; 
Secretary, Miss C. Spalding, 4 Greendykes road. 

Dundee Grand Opera Company. — Conductor, D. A. Christie ; Secretary, 
William L. Lumsden, 35 Alpin terrace. 

Dundee Highland Society Gaelic Choir. — Conductor, Clarence 
Stewart ; Secretary, W. M. Stark, 58 North Court street. 

Dundee Male Voice Choir. — Conductor, John B. Torrance ; Secretary, 
D. K. Stewart, 337 Strathmartine road, Downfield. 

Dundee Operatic Society. — Hon. Secretary, T. J. Wishart, Fernbrae, 
Wormit. 

Dundee Orchestral Society. — Conductor, R. O. Stoole ; Hon. Secretary 
and Treasurer, J. W. Husband, 15 Cowgate. 

Dundee Philharmonic Orchestral Society. — Conductor, W. Rodger ; 
Secretary, George Brand, 8 Nicoll street. 

Dundee Select Choir.— Conductor, Henry Marshall; Hon. Secretary, 
John Martin, 33 Glenmoy avenue. 

Lochee Choral Society. — Conductor, Charles W. Sinclair ; Secretary, 
Miss C. Mackenzie, 2 Liff road, Lochee. 

Longforgan Amateur Dramatic Club. — Secretary, Miss L. Whyte, 
Longforgan. 

Nalgo Dramatic Club.— Secretary, Miss Ella Young, 6 City square. 

Trinity Orchestral and Musical Society. — Hon. Conductor, David 
Fairweather ; Secretary, C. Gordon M'Kenzie, 411 Strathmartine road, 
Downfield. 

INSTRUMENTAL BANDS.— 

Dundee Brass and Military Bands Association. — Secretary, R. 
M'Laren, 11 Lawton road. 

Dundee Military Band. — Secretary, Archibald Stewart, 42 North 
George street. 

Dundee Trades Silver Band. — Bandmaster, Albert White ; Secretary, 
Thomas Glennan, 14 Park place. 

Forfarshire Brass Band Association. — Secretary, D. S. Fairweather, 
29 St Salvador street. 

R.N.V.R. Brass Band.— Conductor, W. H. Geldard; Secretary, David 
Wallace, 5 Malcolm street. 

St Margaret's Old Silver Band. — Bandmaster, G. F. Miller; Secretary, 
David Fairweather, 29 St Salvador street. 

PIPE BANDS— 

Broughty Castle Pipe Band. — Pipe-Major, Hamish M'Inroy; Secretary, 
J. Mackrimmon, 61 Links cottages, B.F. 

Broughty Ferry Pipe Band. — Pipe-Major, F. Gill; Secretary, D. D. 
Stewart, 11 Fort street, B.F. 

Caledonian Pipe Band. — Pipe-Major, H. Watson ; Secretary, G. Burns, 
43 Nethergate. 

City of Dundee Pipe Band. — Pipe-Major, A. Chalmers ; Secretary, 
Alexander R. Adamson, jun., 2 Eliza street. 

Dundee Pipe Bands Association. — Secretary, A. R. Adamson, jun., 
2 Eliza street. 

Dundee Pipers' Society.— Secretary, William Allardice, 8 Forest Park 
road. 

M'Kenzie Pipe Band. — Pipe-Major, J. Merchant ; Secretary, D. Cowper, 
51 Dens road. 



124 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

DUNDEE CANINE CLUB.— Secretary and Treasurer, A. Melvin, 488 
Perth road. 

TAYSIDE CANINE CLUB.— Secretary, R. P. Fowler, 82 Victoria road. 

FORFARSHIRE HOMING PIGEON SOCIETY.— Secretary, James 
Croll, Midmill, by Dundee. 

TAYSIDE FEDERATION OF HOMING PIGEONS. — Secretary, J. 
Wright, 80 Liff road, Lochee. 

CITY OF DUNDEE CAGE BIRD SOCIETY.— Secretary, William 
Carthy, 164 Clepington road. 

DUNDEE, LOCHEE, AND BROUGHTY FERRY CAGE BIRD 
SOCIETY. — Secretary, James Lindsay, 153 High street, Lochee, 

DUNDEE, ANGUS, AND DISTRICT FUR AND FEATHER CLUB. 
— Secretary and Treasurer, D. M. Graham, Ravenswood, Forfar. 

ANGUS AQUARISTS' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary and Treasurer, J. A. 
MacHardy, 59 High street, Carnoustie. 

DUNDEE CHESS CLUB, 6 Whitehall crescent. — Secretary, D. H. 
Wares, Clubrooms. 

ANGUS DRAUGHTS ASSOCIATION. — Secretary and Treasurer, 
Thomas Bowman, 27 Victoria road. 

SANITARY PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, Branch Office, 32 Castle 
street (Telephone No. 4962). Resident Engineer, Thomas W. Ballantyne, 
A.R.I. A.S. ; Local Secretary, David Blackadder. 

ST ANDREW'S ORDER OF FREE GARDENERS. — Sons of Eden.— 
Labour Hall, 48 Wellgate, monthly ; William Young, 93 Lawside road. 

BRITISH ORDER ANCIENT FREE GARDENERS.— Lodges and 
Secretaries : — Pine Apple. — Masonic Hall, Rankine's court, alt. Mondays ; 
James Keillor, 6 Elizabeth street. Rose of Lebanon. — Y.M.C.A. Hall, alt. 
Mondays ; Charles A. Henderson, 71 Liff road, Lochee. 

CALEDONIAN ORDER OF UNITED ODDFELLOWS.— 
Banks of Tay Lodge. — Operative Hall, alt. Thursdays ; Alex. Wilson, 37 
North Court street, Secretary. 

ANCIENT NOBLE ORDER OF UNITED ODDFELLOWS, B.U.— 

Dundee District. — John S. Carnegie, 44 Woodside avenue, Secretary. 
Lodges and Secretaries — 

City of Dundee.— Operative Hall, alt. Mondays; Thos. Stewart, 57 Elm st. 

Elliot.— 142 High street, Lochee, alt. Tuesdays ; James B. M'Leish, 1 
Harefleld road, Lochee. 

Kinbrae.— Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. Thursdays; John S. Carnegie, 
44 Woodside avenue. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS, MANCHESTER UNITY. 
Loyal Bon-Accord and Thistle Lodge.— Masonic Hall, Rankine's court, 
Monday ; J. B. Dundas, 30 Brantwood avenue, Secretary. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS (BOARD OF ERIN), Hall, 161 
Overgate. — Meets every alternate Sunday. President, Samuel Devine ; Vice- 
President, Duncan Corns ; Treasurer, T. Carroll ; Secretary, James Fulton, 
161 Overgate ; Hallkeeper, Sam Devine, 8 Graham place. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS, Dundee District.— Delegate 
Meetings on third Saturdays of April and October. W. G. M. Smith, D.C.R. ; 
D. Lowson, D.S.C.R.; James Levy, Treasurer; A. E. Forsyth, 13a Ward 
road, Secretary. Courts and Secretaries — 

Admiral Duncan.— Foresters' Hall, alt. Thurs. ; Charles Ritchie, 17 Con- 
stitution street. 

Alpin.— Butterburn Church Hall, alt. Wednesdays; Thomas Cathro, IS 
Muirfield crescent. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 125 

Dalhousie. — Subscription School, Carnoustie, alt. Monday; R. Thomson, 
4 Inchcapeview, Carnoustie. 

Dundee. — Foresters' Hall, alt. Thurs. ; James Mitchell, 23 Rosefield street. 

Elmwood.— I.O.E. Hall, Tofthill, Lochee, alt. Tuesdays; Thomas "W". 
Hutton, 31 Wellgate. 

Mansfield. — Temperance Hall, Tayport, every fourth Thurs.; J. E. M'Rae, 
23 Linksfield, Tayport. 

Robin Hood. — Foresters' Hall, alt. Tues. ; ¥m. Lindsay, 48 Albert street. 

Royal Oak. — Good Templar Hall, Broughty Ferry, alt. Wed. ; David A. 
Lowson, 157 King street, Broughty Ferry. 

Strathtay (Females). — Foresters' Hall, alt. Monday; Miss M. M. Lindsay, 
7 Bellefield avenue. 

University. — Foresters' Hall, alt. Tues. ; John S. Martin, 11 Rosebery street. 

IRISH NATIONAL FORESTERS— Branch William O'Brien.— Hall, 7 

Elizabeth street, alt. Tuesday; B. M'Laughlin, 73 Hilltown, Secretary. 

KNIGHTS OF SAINT COLUMBA— Columba Hall, Tay Street lane; 
Secretary, Joseph Devlin, 27 Victoria street. 

MASONIC LODGES.— 

Pkovincial Grand Lodge op Foefakshire. — William Harvey, Provincial 
Grand Master ; James M'Rae, Depute Provincial Grand Master ; David 
Ramsay and Dr James E. Cable, Substitute Provincial Grand Masters ; 
H. H. Soutar, 19 High street, Montrose, Provincial Grand Secretary ; 
D. M. Burden, 20 Whitehall street, Provincial Grand Treasurer. 
Lodges and Secretaries — 

Operative 47. — Operative Hall, Tuesday; George Hunter, 32 Alpin road. 

Ancient 49. — Ancient Masonic Hall, Tues.; Geo. Mason, 22 Constitution st. 

St David 78. — St David's Hall, Tuesday; Chas. Rennie, 21 Waverley terrace. 

Thistle Operative 158.— Thistle Hall, Tuesday; Wm. Watson, 7 Eden st. 

Forfar & Kincardine 225.— F. & K. Hall, Tues.; Alex. M'Laren, 4 Nelson st. 

Caledonian 254. — Masonic Temple, Wed. ; R. Rennie, 103 Strathmartine rd. 

Camperdown 317. — Camperdown Hall, Mon. ; Jas. J. Berwick, 10 Lunan ter. 

Albert 448.— Albert Hall, Thurs.; R. K. Mackenzie, 2 Liff road, Lochee. 

Broughty Castle 486. — Masonic Temple, Brook street, Broughty Ferry, 
Thursday; Robert D. T. Rodger, 8 Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry. 

Progress 967. — Progress Hall, Thursday; J. H. Thorns, 23 Lunan terrace. 

Dundee St Mary 1149. — Gray's Rooms, first and third Wednesdays ; 
William L. Weir, 4 High street. 

Ubique 1192. — Masonic Temple, first and third Mondays of each month ; 
David Drummond, 11 Whitehall street. 

Hilton St Andrew 1220. — Camperdown Hall, Thursday ; A. Brown, 5 
Kinloch street. 

Roineach Mhor 1308. — Duncan Street Hall, Downfield, fortnightly; David 
M. Beat, 5 Kenmore terrace. 

Provincial Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Angus and Mearns. — 
William Hynd, Grand Superintendent ; George Watt, Depute Grand 
Superintendent ; Dan. Carmichael, 7 Ward road, Provincial Grand Scribe E. ; 
John T. Dickson, 36 Baldovan terrace, Provincial Grand Treasurer. Chap- 
ters and Scribes — 

*Union 6.— F. & K. Hall, third Thurs.; Wm. Mitchell, 75 Glenmarkie ter. 

*tSt David's 164.— St David's Rooms, second Thursday; William Car- 
michael, 48 Clepington road. 

*tCamperdown 271. — Camperdown Hall, first Wednesday ; Sam. Broad- 
hurst, 4 Rosefield street. 

Thistle Operative 416. — Thistle Hall, second Tuesday; Colin Campbell, 
26 Glenesk avenue. 

*fProgress 421. — Progress Hall, second and fourth Tuesdays; D. S. Carrie, 
20 Rosefield street. 

*fBroughty Castle 423. — Masonic Hall, Broughty Ferry, third Tuesday; 
John Paul, 342 Qjueen street, Broughty Ferry. 

Operative 459. — Operative Hall, second Tuesday; C. F. Allan, 84 Com- 
mercial street. 



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*Ancient 470. — Ancient Hall, fourth Thursday; John Eobertson, 272 
Broughty Ferry road. 

Albert, Lochee 503. — Albert Hall, first Thursday ; A. S. Roberts, 164 
Lochee road. 

The Chapters marked * have R.A. Mariner Lodges and Red Cross Councils connected 
with them. Those marked f have also Cryptic Councils. 

Order of the Eastern Star— Dundee Chapter No. 6.— F. & K. Hall, alt. 
Mondays from 10th January 1927 ; Miss Jenny Graham, 33 Park avenue. 

St Clement Chapter No. 171. — Mrs Smith, 5 Graham place. 

Stella Chapter No. 29.— Mrs A. G. M. Taylor, 72 Dalhousie road, Barnhill. 

Downfield Chapter No 232.— Downfield Public Hall, alternate Thursdays ; 
Miss Norah Taylor, 11 Clive road, Downfield. 

Red Cross of Rome and Constantine. — Operative Masonic Hall ; John 
T. Dickson, 36 Baldovan terrace. 

Knights Templar.— Preceptory of Tayside. — Operative Hall, third 
Friday, bi-monthly ; R. D. Lawson Keith, 14 Barrack street. 

Order of the "White Shrine of Jerusalem. — Judea Shrine No. 39. — 
Worthy Scribe, G. Milne, 87 Commercial street. 

MASONIC CHARITABLE EFFORTS COMMITTEE— Secretary, Fred 
Crooks, 2 Forester street. 

LOYAL ORDER OF ANCIENT SHEPHERDS (ASHTON UNITY).— 

Dundee, Angus, and Perthshire Centralised District. — Meets on 
third Saturdays of April, September, and December, at 2.30 p.m., in Central 
Halls, 97 Seagate. Stephen Hill, Pro. C.S. ; James Webster, 97 Seagate, 
Secretary and Treasurer. Lodges and Secretaries : — 

Abertay. — 103 Dundee street, Carnoustie, alt. Wed. ; William Lawson, 
152 Dundee street, Carnoustie. Juveniles — Charles J. Fox, 10 Victoria 
street, Carnoustie. 

Bonnie Dundee. — Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. Wed.; David S. Masterton, 
7 Morgan street. Juveniles — George Stewart, 12 Arthurstone terrace. 

Caledonia. — Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. Wed. ; Miss Janet Grant, 48 
Blackscroft. 

Crook and Plaid.— Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. Wed. ; William H. 
MArtney, 14 Glenmarkie ter. Juveniles — Sam. A Jamieson, 4 Johnston ave. 

Ettrick.— Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. Mon. ; R. D. Robertson, 10 Pan- 
mure street. Juveniles — David Barrie, 149 Seagate. 

Heather Bell. — Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. Tues. ; Geo. Wilson, 11 
Barrack street. Juveniles — Alexander Tucker, 26 Arthur street. 

Hilton.— Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. Mon. ; D. H. Meek, 25 Kinloch st. 
Juveniles — David Meek. 

Lome. — Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. Mon.; James G. Brown, 130 
Ancrum drive. Juveniles — George Wighton, 35 Seymour street. 

Panmure. — South Church Hall, Monifieth, alt. Mon.; W. J. Low, 3 Church 
street, Monifieth. Juveniles — W. J. Low. 

Pride of the Tay.— I.O.G.T. Hall, Broughty Ferry, alt. Wed.; Charles D. 
Watt, 12 Forthill road, B.F. Juveniles— William Ogilvie, 2 Manor place, B.F. 

Robbie Burns. — Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. Tues. ; James Bruce, 39 
Kenmore terrace. Juveniles — William Strachan, 23 Miller's wynd. 

Thistle. — 142 High street, Lochee, alt. Mon. ; John H. Strachan, 11 Balgay 
street, Lochee. Juveniles — Ben. Alexander, 27 Coupar street, Lochee. 

LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 118 — Dundee True Blues.— Meets in 
Y.M.C.A. Hall first Wednesday of each month. Secretary, Frederick D. 
Roshier, 123 Victoria road. 

ROYAL ANTEDILUVIAN ORDER OF BUFFALOES — 

Broughty Ferry. — 121 Fisher street, Fridays. 
Tayside. — 176 Seagate, Mondays. 

THE DUNDEE WORKING MEN'S COFFEE-HOUSES AND READING 
ROOMS ASSOCIATION.— Directors, J. A. Kyd, John E. M'Intyre. Secre- 
tary and Treasurer, John E. M'Intyre, 29 Commercial street. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 127 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES, Dundee District.— D.C.R.. 
John Kerr ; Treasurer, Patrick Dobson ; Secretary, Robert Cuthbert, Kinbrae, 
Oxford street. Office, 15 King street (Telephone No. 2879). 

Tents and Secretaries — 

Abertay — Panmure Church Hall, Monifieth, alt. "Wed. ; Robert H. 
Brown, 3 Reform street, Monifieth. 

Carlogie. — Drill Hall, Links avenue, Carnoustie, alt. Thursday; Mrs M. 
Bissett, Bowrie cottage, Westhaven, Carnoustie. 

Dudhope. — Benvie Road Hall, alt. Tues. ; Jas. E. Martin, 6 Arklay terrace. 

Endeavour. — Annfield Street Mission Hall, alt. Tuesday ; Helen Fyffe, 
29 Provost road. 

Kinbrae. — Mission Hall, Royal buildings, Newport, alt. Monday ; Catherine 
M'Millan, 12 Robert street, East Newport. 

Lawside. — Bonnethill Church Hall, Monday ; Patrick Dobson, 242 Clep- 
ington road. 

Lochee. — Rechabite Hall, Tof thill, Lochee, alt. Tuesday; Peter Low, 94 
Lome street, Lochee. 

Maxwelltown. — Dundonald Street Hall, alt. Thursday; Sam. Meakin, 8 
Eden street. 

Mylnefield. — Unionist Hall, Invergowrie, alt. Thursday ; Ewart L. Fraser, 
132 Hawkhill. 

Onward. — St John's Mission Hall, alt. Monday; William Allan, 18 
Sycamore place. 

Reresmount. — Good Templar Hall, Broughty Ferry, alt. Monday ; W. 
Gillies, 124 Long lane, Broughty Ferry. 

Scotia. — L.O.A.S. Hall, Seagate, alt. Thursday; Jean Reid, 102 Ellen- 
gowan drive. 

Scotland's First. — Foresters' Hall, alt. Mon.; D. Moore, 4 Glenaffric terrace. 

Scotscraig. — Temperance Hall, Tayport, alt. Thursday; T. Paterson, jun. , 
4 School wynd, Tayport. 

Victoria. — Lochee Road Church Hall, alt. Thursday; Charles Duncan, 
40 Scott street. 

Woodlands. — Midmill Hall, Midmill, alt. Friday; John Reid, 39 Longhaugh 
terrace, Midmill, by Dundee. 

Juvenile Tents. — 

Brooklea. — Good Templar Hall, Broughty Ferry, alt. Monday. 
Excelsior. — Tofthill, Lochee, alt. Tuesday. 
Forward. — Bonnethill Church Hall, alt. Monday. 
Gowrie. — Unionist Hall, Invergowrie, alt. Thursday. 
Haven. — Drill Hall, Carnoustie, alt. Tlmrsday. 

Hope of Abertay. — Panmure Church Hall, Monifieth, alt. Wednesday. 
Hope of Newport. — Mission Hall, Royal buildings, Newport, alt. Monday. 
Hope of Wallacetown. — Wallacetown Public School, alt. Wednesday. 
Isla. — Lochee Road Church Hall, alt. Thursday. 
Mains. — Mains Parish Church, alt. Thursday. 
Parkhead. — Midmill Hall, Midmill, by Dundee, alt. Friday. 
Perseverance. — St John's Mission Hall, alt. Monday. 
Pride of Dundee. — Dundonald Street Hall, alt. Thursday. 
Progress. — Benvie Road Hall, alt. Tuesday. 
Rally. — Annfield Street Mission Hall, alt. Tuesday. 
Sunbeam. — L.O.A.S. Hall, Seagate, alt. Thursday. 
Tayside. — Temperance Hall, Tayport, alt. Thursday. 
Upward. — Bonnethill Church Hall, alt. Monday. 
Victory. — Public Hall, Downfield, alt. Tuesday. 

The Dundee District also comprises Tents in Arbroath, Montrose, Ferry den, 
Brechin, Kirriemuir, Coupar-Angus. 

SONS OF SCOTLAND TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.— Meets in Dun- 
donald Street Hall, alternate Tuesday; Secretary, Robert Shearer, 48 
Provost road. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT TOTAL ABSTAINERS' CLUB, 6 Bain sq.; 
Secretary, David Bain. 



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MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 



GOOD TEMPLAR LODGES IN DUNDEE DISTRICT WITH DEPUTIES. 
— District Chief Templar, John M'Cafferty; District Deputy, John M. 
Herbert; District Secretary, Janette Brown, 254 Blackness road. District 
Lodge meets third Friday of each month. 

MONDAY. 

Perseverance, ... S. Salvador Church Hall ; John J. Husband, 114 Rose- 
bank street. 
Pioneer of Peace, Trinity Hall; Mary B. Dickson, 2 North George street. 
Temperance Home, Princes Street Hall ; vacant. 

•TUESDAY. 

Fisherman's Rescue, Templar Hall, B.F.; Mrs D. Hanton, 70 Brown st., B.F. 

St John's, St George's Church Hall; Alex. Robertson, 70 Ure st. 

Star of Hope, . . . Tayport Temperance Hall ; Harriet Craig, 10 Cowgate, 
Tayport. 

WEDNESDAY. 

Rescue, ... ... S. T. A. Hall ; Louis Donaldson, 15 Leng street. 

THURSDAY. 

Commercial, ... S.T.A. Hall; A. Rolland, 18 Jedburgh road. 

Home of Peace, ... Central Halls, Seagate ; Martin Robertson, 17 City road. 

SATURDAY. 

Tay side Ark of Safety, ... Camperdown Hall; Wm. Gordon, 33 Scott st. 

Juvenile Lodges. — 

Monday at 7 p.m. Trinity C.U. Ch. Hall, Victoria rd. 
S. Salvador Church Hall 



City Pioneer, . . . 
Perseverance, ... 
Temperance Home, 
City of Dundee, 
Daiun of Scotscraig, 
Broughty Ferry, 
Rescue, 

Commercial Hope, 
Home of Peace, 
James Neiuall, 



Tuesday 



Wednesday 
Thursday 

Saturday 



Princes Street C.U. Hall 
St George's Church Hall 
Tayport Temperance Hall 
Good Templar Hall, Gray street 
S.T.A. Hall, Murray gate 

Central Halls, Seagate 
Camperdown Hall, Barrack street 



LOCHEE FUNERAL SOCIETY.— President, Wm. Davidson ; Treasurer, 
Thomas Hill ; Secretary, James Webster, 174 Lochee road. 

DUNDEE BURIAL SOCIETY. — President, Andrew Wilson; Vice- 
President, David Steen ; Secy, and Treasurer, James Flynn, 2 Bain square. 

DUNDEE CEMETERY CO., Ltd.— Directors, Norman A. Pattullo, David 
Pirie, F. J. Robertson, Patrick H. Thorns, John F. Braid ; Superintendent, 
Secretary, and Treasurer, H. Robertson, Western Cemetery, Perth road. 

DUNDEE CREMATORIUM, Ltd.— Directors, Dr R. C. Buist, Chair- 
man ; William Bruce, Charles C. Duncan, J. Dan Easson, Mrs S. Kemp- 
Johnston, C. H. Marshall, J. Macdonell, W. R. Tattersall; Secretaries, 
David Duncan & Son, 41 Reform street. 

BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— Hon. Secretary, 
Dr A. H. Macklin, 7 Airlie place. 

FORFARSHIRE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.— President, Dr Charles 
Kerr ; Vice-Presidents, Dr R. P. Mathers, Dr A. B. Dalgetty ; Reporting 
Secretary, Dr G. R. Tudhope; General Secretary, Dr A. A. B. Scott, 10 
Airlie place. 

Dundee Medical Club. — President, Dr F. M. Milne; Hon. Secretary, 
Dr Martin Smith, 8 Roseangle. 

DUNDEE DENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION.— Secretary, S. Gordon 
Y. Pool, 2 Union street. 

BRITISH DENTAL ASSOCIATION, North of Scotland Branch.— 
Secretary, R. Davidson Bell, L.D.S., R.C.S.Edin., D.P.D.St And., 10 
South Tay street. 

DUNDEE DENTAL CLUB.— Secretary, Edric M. Black, L. D.S.St And., 
361 Brook street, Broughty Ferry. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 



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TRADES SOCIETIES.— Addresses of Secretaries :— 
Ministry of Labour Correspondent for Trade Statistics. — J. S. Brown, 12 Hilltown. 
(For National Health Insurance Secretaries see page 52.) 



Bakers — David Douglas, 15 King's road 
Blacksmiths, Forge, and Smithy Workers — 

James G. Sidey, 47 Glenmarkie terrace 
Blind, National League of — W. Gardiner, 

44 Seafield road 
Boilermakers— W. O'Neill, 269 Arbroath 

road 
,, 2nd Bran. — John Anderson, 30 Spring- 
hill 
,, (District) — Gavin Martin, 5b Broughty 

Ferry road 
Bookbinders — William F. M'Kenzie, 13 

Sandeman street 
Boot and Shoe Operatives — Robert F. 

Low, 23 Ogilvie street 
Bricklayers — D. Gall, 53 Loons road, 

Lochee 
Brushmakers — P. Binnie, 14 Peddie street 
Calenderworkers — J. Reynolds, 8 Overgate 
Carpetweavers — James Angus, 20 Shep- 
herd's loan 
Coopers — James Robertson, 124 Hilltown 
Drillers — John Moncur, 101 Woodside 

terrace 
Electrical Trades— J. M'Gregor, 97 Peddie 

street 
Electric Power— C. E. Alleway, 68 Car- 

lochie place 
Engineers, No. 1 Branch — R. Norrie, 22 

Watt street 
,, 2nd Bran. — P. Gibson, IS Corso street 
„ 3rd Bran.— D. R. Crighton, 157 Strath- 

martine road 
,, 4th Bran. — John Keay, 159 Strath- 

martine road 
,, Lochee — James Ross, 179 South road 
,, Monifieth — George Thomson, 18 Fisher 

street, Broughty Ferry 
,, Carnoustie — John Hill, 10 Taymouth 

terrace, Carnoustie 
,, District Committee — J. Smeaton, 60 

North Court street 
Foundry Workers — James Whyte, 1 Ark- 
lay terrace 
Furnishing Trades — Harry S. Johnston, 

55 Taylor's lane 
Furnishing Trades Federation — Harry S. 

Johnston, 55 Taylor's lane 
General and Municipal Workers — A. 

Donnet, 6 Panmure street 
Glaziers — Edward Fletcher, 105 Hawkhill 
Grinders' Union— David High, 52 Peddie 

street 
Insurance Agents— A. Scott, 59 Glenesk 

avenue 
Iron Dressers — Allan Anderson, 4 Wolseley 

street 
Jute and Flax Workers— J. F. Sime, 71 

Nethergate 
Lithographers — Skelton M. Christie, 10 

Grey street, Tayport 
Litho. Artists and Designers — James C. 

Grant, 36 James street, Perth 
Loco. Engineers and Firemen — Alexander 

M'Robb, 57 Cleghorn street 
Masons — Alexander Aimer, 173b Strath- 

martine road 
,, Lochee — J. Irons, 53 Logie street 
Mill and Factory Operatives — Alexander 

Beaton, 2 Ireland's lane 



National Federation of Building Trades 
Operatives — G. Ireland, 27 N. Court st. 

National Union of Seamen — P. Davidson, 
10 East Dock street 

N.A.L.G.O.— J. Penny, 8 City square 

Packingcasemakers — William Chalmers, 
160 Hilltown 

Painters — J. Kenneth, 34 Commercial st. 
„ Broughty Ferry Branch— P. Smith, 91 
Forthill drive, Broughty Ferry 

Patternmakers — Charles Williamson, 8 
Balmore street 

Paviors — Joseph Pullar, 4 Derby street 

Plasterers — Geo. Laburn, jun., 50 Church 
street 

Plumbers — Robert Anderson, 62 Blacks- 
croft 

Postal Workers — 
Indoor Branch — John Proudfoot, 309 

Arbroath road 
Outdoor Branch — George Low, 11 Wol- 
seley street. 
Inspectors' Association — P. B. Palmer, 

1 Kerrsview terrace 

Controlling Officers' Association— David 
B. Nicoll, Marchfield terrace 
Railwaymen, National Union — Robert 

Clark, 20 Corso street 
Railway Clerks — 
Dundee No. 1 Branch — A. B. Leith, 

2 County place, Invergowrie 
Dundee No. 2 Branch — J. Gillies, 12 

Dalhousie street, Monifieth 
Saddlers and Leather Workers — David 

Anderson, 13 Dura street 
Sailmakers — James M'Rae, 26 Nelson st. 
Sheet Metal Workers — D. Walker, 6 Kerrs- 
view terrace 
Shipwrights — D. Robertson, 52 Watson 

street 

Shop Assistants, Warehousemen, and 

Clerks, National Amalgamated Union 

— Edgar Ramsay, 61 Meadowside 

Slaters — J. Spink, 2 Dudhope Crescent rd. 

Tailors and Garment Workers — George 

Eaton, 24 Hepburn street 
Tenters— Robert Macbeth, 77 Hilltown 
Transport and General Workers' Union — 
Passenger Section — Donald Maclean, 7 

Whitehall crescent 
Commercial Section — Donald Maclean, 

7 Whitehall crescent 
Dockers' Section — John Walker, Cam- 
perdown crossing 
Typographical — A. G. Campbell Cross, 25 

Rosefield street 
Woodcutting Machinists — James F. Reilly, 

17 Mortimer street 
Woodworkers, Amalgamated Society of — 
James Walker, 27 Crichton street 
,, 1st Bran. — Alex. Joss, 19 Baldovan 

terrace 
,, 2nd Bran. — John Harra, 20 Park avenue 
„ 3rd Bran. — William Fleming, 7 Baxter 

Park terrace 
,, Bro. Ferry Bran. — J. M. Dand, 3 Pan- 
mure street, Broughty Ferry 
,, Lochee Bran. — John L. Scott, 2 
Tullideph road 



130 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

COLLEGE OF NURSING (Incorporated by Royal Charter), Dundee and 
District Branch. — Hon. Secretary, Miss Logie, St Michael's Hospital, 
Leuchars. 

SCOTTISH MIDWIVES' ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— Secretary 
and Treasurer, Miss E. Gowans, 2 Erskine street. 

SCOTTISH PHARMACEUTICAL FEDERATION, Dundee Branch. - 
Secretary and Treasurer, John H. Ferguson, M.P.S., 18 Strathmartine 
road. 

National Health Insurance, Dundee Pharmaceutical Committee. — 
Hon. Secretary, J. R. Milne, 126 Hilltown. 

DUNDEE PERSONAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION. — Secretary, Miss 

Menzies, 4 Montague street, Barnhill. 

DUNDEE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. — Secretary, Edward J. 
Stevenson, 8 Loraine road. 

DUNDEE PRACTICAL PSYCHOLOGY CLUB.— Secretary, Miss J. C. 
Scott, 37 Dalhousie street, Monifieth. 

DUNDEE STOCK EXCHANGE ASSOCIATION.— Secretary, F. Airth 
Grant ; Assistant Secretary, G. Airth Grant, 13 Albert square. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Royal Exchange, Panmure street ; Office, 
3 Bank street. — President, James Robertson ; Vice-President, Athole F. 
Stewart ; Ex-President, Sir Alexander Spence ; Directors, F. D. J. Buist, 
D. H. Brakenridge, J. Mackenzie Stewart, T. H. H. Walker, W. W. Wilson, 
D. A. Anderson, T. H. D. Bonar, Edgar P. Brown, John Nicoll, W. Moir 
Scott ; J. Hubert Low (representing the Association of Jute Spinners and 
Manufacturers), T. H. Davidson (representing Engineering and Allied Employ- 
ers' Dundee and District Association), Thomas Allan (representing Dundee 
Jute and Linen Goods Merchants' Association), Edwin G. S. Rae (representing 
Dundee Shipowners' and Shipbrokers' Association), Archibald Rettie (repre- 
senting Produce Section), Thomas D. Bruce (representing Jute Importers' 
Association, Ltd.), W. Campbell Scarlett (representing Flaxspinners' and 
Manufacturers' Association of Great Britain), James Prain (member of 

Executive Council of British Chambers of Commerce), 

(representative on British National Committee International Chamber of 
Commerce); Auditors, Moody Stuart & Robertson; Officers, John Allan and 
Harry W. Robertson ; Secretary and Treasurer, George R. Donald, 3 Bank st. 

Produce Section of Dundee Chamber of Commerce. — Chairman, 
Archibald Rettie ; Secretary, George R. Donald, 3 Bank street. 

ASSOCIATION OF JUTE SPINNERS AND MANUFACTURERS.— 
Office, 5 Cowgate ; Chairman, P. Ewart Jack ; Vice-Chairman, T. D. Bruce ; 
Secretary, Frank S. Catb.ro. 

THE JUTE IMPORTERS' ASSOCIATION, Limited. —Office, 12 Pan- 
rmire street ; Secretary, James L. Peter. 

DUNDEE JUTE AND LINEN GOODS MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION. 

— Secretary, George R. Donald, 3 Bank street. 

FLAXSPINNERS' AND MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION OF 
GREAT BRITAIN.— Secretaries, J. & H. Pattullo & Donald, 1 Bank street. 

UNITED KINGDOM JUTE GOODS ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch. 

— Secretary, J. Murray Wilkie, 27 Bank street. 

ENGINEERING AND ALLIED EMPLOYERS' DUNDEE AND DIS- 
TRICT ASSOCIATION. — Secretaries, Thomas Thornton, Son, & Co., 15 
Albert square. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT CRATED WATER MANUFACTURERS' 
AND BEER BOTTLERS' TRADE ASSOCIATION.— Secretary and Trea- 
surer, David Ross, 21 Douglas street (Telephone No. 3485). 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT TRADERS' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary, 
Harry Anderson, 6 Stirling terrace. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 131 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT GROCERS' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary, 
Peter J. M 'In tyre, 20 Reform street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT RETAIL FISH TRADERS' ASSOCIA- 
TION. — Secretary and Treasurer, "William M'Ara, 11 Barrack street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT LICENSED GROCERS' ASSOCIATION. 
— Secretaries and Law Agents, H. & H. J. Carlton, 13a Ward road (Tele- 
phone No. 4306). 

DUNDEE GROCERS' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— President, Charles 
J. Lang ; Tice-President, Thomas Mathers ; Trustees, John Napier, George 
Scrimgeour, John A. Peebles : Secretary and Treasurer, C. Skinner. 4 High st, 

DUNDEE WINE, SPIRIT, AND BEER TRADE PROTECTION 
ASSOCIATION.— President, David H. Anderson; Vice-President, J. Nicoll ; 
Treasurer. K. W. K. Farquhar; Secretary, William MTntosh: Law Agent. 
John Ross, 61 Reform street (Telephone No. 6161). 

DUNDEE & DISTRICT TEMPERANCE REFRESHMENT TRADERS' 
ASSOCIATION.— Hon. Secretary, D. O. Rossi, 222 Blackness road. 

DUNDEE BILLIARD SALOON PROPRIETORS' ASSOCIATION.— 
Secretary, R. Hutchison, 19 Arklay terrace. 

MASTER BOOTMAKERS' AND REPAIRERS' ASSOCLA.TION.— 
Organising Secretary, John Hart, 2 Bruce road, Downfield. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT SOCIETY OF THE CORPORATION OF 
ACCOUNTANTS.— Secretary, Wm. J. Davie Wilkie, 4 Glenprosen drive. 

DUNDEE MEAT MARKET COMPANY, Ltd. — Secretary, A. W. 
Carlisle, 54 Commercial street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MASTER BUTCHERS' ASSOCIATION.— 
Joint Secretaries and Law Agents, James Fenton and Nigel M. Fenton, 
4 High street. 

DUNDEE PRINTING AND KINDRED TRADES EMPLOYERS' 
ASSOCIATION— Joint Secretaries, H. & H. J. Carlton, 13a Ward road 
(Telephone No. 4306). 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT PHOTOGRAPHIC DEALERS' ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Secretary, James R. Gellatly, 20 Reform street. 

STATIONERS' ASSOCIATION of Great Britain and Ireland (Dundee 
Branch). — Secretary, Arthur M. Burns, 112 Nethergate. 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF RETAIL NEWSAGENTS, BOOK- 
SELLERS. AND STATIONERS, Dundee and District Branch.— Secretary. 
William M'Fee, 9S Broughty Ferry road. 

NEWSAGENTS' BENEVOLENT FUND.— Secretary, David G. Fair- 
weather, 2 1 6 Hawkhill. 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF SUB-POSTMASTERS, Dundee and 
District Branch. — Secretary and Treasurer, "W. W. Matthew, 76 Hawkhill. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MASTER PLUMBERS' ASSOCIATION — 
Secretary and Treasurer, L. B. "Weatherhead, 34 Reform street. 

DUNDEE PLUMBERS' MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary and 
Treasurer, D. A. Mortimer, 31 Murraygate. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT IRONMONGERS' FEDERATED ASSO- 
CIATION. — Secretary and Treasurer, Miss Mabel Lindsay, 6b King street. 

BRITISH ELECTRICAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION, Dundee 
Circle. — Secretary, R. M. Lindsay, 41 Albert square. 

"WIRELESS RETAILERS' ASSOCIATION of Great Britain and Ireland 
(Dundee Branch). — Secretary, J. Clifford Todd 87 Commercial street. 



132 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

DUNDEE MASTER SHEET METAL WORKERS' AND GAS- 
FITTERS' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary and Treasurer, D. A Mortimer, 
31 Murraygate. 

DUNDEE STEVEDORES', PORTERS', AND DOCK CONTRACTORS' 
ASSOCIATION. — Secretary, David Gowans, 45 Commercial street. 

DUNDEE CARTING CONTRACTORS' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary and 
Treasurer, D. A. Mortimer, 31 Murraygate. 

BUS PROPRIETORS' ASSOCIATION. — Secretary, Charles Girardau, 
317 Clepington road. 

SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL MOTOR USERS' ASSOCIATION (Northern 
Area, including Haulage Section). — Secretary, D. A. Mortimer, 31 
Murraygate. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MASTER JOINERS' ASSOCIATION.— 
Secretary and Treasurer, J. Murray Wilkie, 27 Bank street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MASTER BUILDERS' ASSOCIATION.— 

Secretary and Treasurer, J. Murray AVilkie, 27 Bank street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MASTER SLATERS' ASSOCIATION.— 
Secretary and Treasurer, J. Murray Wilkie, 27 Bank street. 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF MASTER PAINTERS IN SCOTLAND 
(Dundee Branch). — Secretary and Treasurer, Frank H. Morrison, 10 White- 
hall street. 

DUNDEE PROPERTY OWNERS' AND FACTORS' ASSOCIATION — 

Secretary and Treasurer, C. F. Allan, 84 Commercial street. 

DUNDEE MASTER BAKERS' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary, Andrew 
Wallace, 78 Dura street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT DRAPERS', CLOTHIERS', AND ALLIED 
TRADES' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary and Treasurer, C. F. Allan, 84 
Commercial street. 

SCOTTISH CEMENT MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION (Dundee Branch). 
— Hon. Secretary, D. A. Mortimer, 31 Murraygate. 

SCOTTISH FEDERATION OF MERCHANT TAILORS.— Secretaries, 
J. Grafton Lawson & Co., 7 Ward road. 

SCOTTISH FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION, Dun- 
dee and District Branch. — Secretary, D. Clarke, 31 Reform street. 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF HAIRDRESSERS.— Secretary, T. W. 

Campbell, 61 Gellatly street. 

HAIRDRESSERS' REGISTRATION COUNCIL. — Secretary, T. W. 
Campbell, 61 Gellatly street. 

SCOTTISH TOBACCO TRADE FEDERATION (Dundee and District 
Branch). — Secretary, P. M'Naughton, 11 Barrack street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT RETAIL COAL MERCHANTS' ASSOCIA- 
TION.- — Secretary and Treasurer, James Watson, jun., 93 Dalkeith road. 

MOTOR AGENTS' ASSOCIATION, LTD. (East Scotland Division).— 
Divisional Secretary, C. A. M'Grady, 18 Commercial street. 

MOTOR TRADE ASSOCIATION (East Scotland Division).— Divisional 
Secretary, C. A. M'Grady, 18 Commercial street. 

PETROL RETAILERS' ASSOCIATION (East Scotland Division).— 
Divisional Secretary, C. A. M'Grady, 18 Commercial street. 

INSTITUTE OF THE MOTOR TRADE, Inc. (Dundee and East Scotland 
Centre). — Hon. Local Secretary, C. A. M'Grady, 18 Commercial street. 

MOTOR AND CYCLE TRADES BENEVOLENT FUND (Dundee Local 
Board of the Scottish Centre). — Hon. Local Secretary, C. A. M'Grady, 18 
Commercial street. 

SCOTTISH CLERKS' ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— Secretary, 
David Blackadder, 32 Castle street. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 133 

INCOME TAXPAYERS' SOCIETY.— Director, The Eight Hon. Lord 
Decies ; Chairman of Executive Committee, Sir William Davison ; Repre- 
sentative for Dundee and District, George Myles, 32 Bank street (Telephone 
No. 3642). 

TAXPAYERS' ASSOCIATION.— Local Secretary, Miss C. P. W. Breen, 
31 Reform street. 

SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS' ASSOCIATION.— Meeting 
Room, Central Halls, 97 Seagate— Secretary, A. E. Salton, 483Brookst., B.F. 

UNITED COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary, 
J. A. MacHardy, 59 High street, Carnoustie. 

FOREMEN'S MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY.— District Secretary, 
A. Spalding, 16 Long lane, Broughty Ferry. 

LOCHEE UNION WEAVER LODGE, Ltd.— Registered Office, 86 Logie 
street, Lochee ; David Robertson, Secretary. 

Dundee and District Co-opepative Coal Supply Asso- 
ciation, Ltd. — Secretary and Manager, Robert Martin ; Depots, Tay Bridge 
and Marj'field Stations. Office — 13 South Union street. (See Adv.) 

DUNDEE FLOORCLOTH AND LINOLEUM COMPANY, Limited, 
Works and Office, South road, Lochee. — Directors, Sir William Henderson 
(Chairman), P. S. Brown, Douglas Nairn ; Managing Director, David 
M'Intosh ; Secretary, James Smith. 

NORTH BRITISH LINOLEUM COMPANY, Limited, Registered Office 
and Works, Clepington road. — Directors, James Robertson, Reginald R. 
Ovenstone, David Mudie, John A. Nicholson, and R. Lindsay Robertson ; 
Managing Director, John A. Nicholson ; Secretary, William B. Gray. 

DUNDEE STEAM LAUNDRY COMPANY, Ltd.— Office, 2 Union 
street; Works, Tait's lane. Directors — Andrew G. Brown, Alfred Smith, 
William G. Kidd, Charles Stewart. Secretaries, Don & Stewart. 

BROUGHTY FERRY AND DISTRICT STEAM LAUNDRY COM- 
PANY, Limited. — Office, 4 High street ; Works, Claypots, Broughty 
Ferry. Directors — Archibald Rettie (Chairman), Robert Smith Hood, 
Duncan M 'Inroy ; Manageress, Miss Ballantyne; Auditors, R. C. Thomson 
& Murdoch; Secretary, Edward Robbie. 

Tay side Laundry Company, Ltd. — Works, Northfield, Newport 
(Telephone No. N. 11). Directors — John T. Young, Charles M. Hunter, 
William Cowley ; Manageress, Miss Tweedie ; Auditors, Alexander Tosh & 
Son ; Secretaries, Sturrock & Morrison, 10 Whitehall street. (See Adv.) 

National Federation of Laundepeps, Ltd. — Secretary and 
Treasurer, Charles Stewart, 2 Union street. 

NATIONAL FARMERS' UNION OF SCOTLAND, Dundee Branch.— 
Secretaries and Treasurers, J. Grafton Lawson & Co., 7 Ward road. 

ANGUS POULTRY ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— Secretary, G. 
Mackenzie, West Mains, Gagie, Kingennie. 

EAST OF SCOTLAND AGRICULTURAL CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, 
Limited. — President, Thomas Young (Middleton); Vice-Presidents, Thomas 
Smith, S. Wilkie ; Manager, William Barnett ; Office and Stores, 21 N. Tay 
street. Registered Office, 61 Reform street; Lawrence Melville, Secretary. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT DAIRYMEN'S AND MILK SALESMEN'S 
ASSOCIATION. — Secretary and Law Agent, John R. Strachan, 29 
Union street. 

DOCK LABOUR LOCAL JOINT COMMITTEE.— Chairman, J. Hannay 
Thompson; Employers' Representatives, J. Hannay Thompson, John Galloway, 
W. Kinnear ; Dockers' Representatives, John Walker, George M'Laren, 
James Wilkie ; Secretary, Wilfrid L. Driscall, Harbour chambers. 

DUNDEE PARLIAMENT. — Hon. Speaker, Christopher J. Bisset ; 
Speaker, W. A. B. Elder; Deputy-Speaker, James Coutts; Treasurer, D. Gibb 
Irons ; Clerk of the House, Stewart L. Adam, 3 Pitkerro road. (Meetings are 
held in City chambers, Mondays, 7.30 p.m., October till March). 



134 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

DUNDEE LIBEEAL ASSOCIATION.— Hon. Presidents, Sir Charles C. 
Barrie, M.P., Dingle Mackintosh Foot, M.P., William H. Buist ; Hon. 
Vice-Presidents, Peter Anderson, Mrs W. H. Buist, Miss Duncanson, 
Isaac Foot, Mrs Isaac Foot, James Kydd, Lady Leng, Andrew Lawson, 
Dr William Low, Mrs Alexander Mackay, James Mill, Mrs James Mill, 
Miss Scotland, G. K. Smith, Mrs G. K. Smith, Robert Steven. J. Henderson 
Stewart, M.P., Mrs P. A. Watson; President, Garnet Wilson; Vice- 
Presidents, George Aimer, Hugh Carlton, David Duncan, John Dye, 
W. A. B. Elder, Mrs Ferrar, John M'Gregor, Mrs E. B. Mac Vicar, Mrs 
J. I. Mackenzie, W. M. Philip, John Robb, Charles Robertson, Mrs 
Turner, W. W. Wilson ; Chairman of Executive, Harry Johnston ; Hon. 
Secretary, L. B. Weatherhead, 34 Reform street; Hon. Treasurer, John 
Martin; Chairman of Rooms Committee, S. M'Ritchie; caretaker, William 
Anderson. 

Club Rooms — 51 Reform street ; and 69 Gray street, Broughty Ferry. 

Ward Office-bearers — 

Chairmen. Secretaries. 

1. A. K. Johnston, 6 Allan street. Miss Marshall, 56 Waverley terrace. 

2. Robert Blackwood, 9 Oxford st. William Crammond, 296 Perth road. 

3. David Allan, 42 Cobden st.,L'hee. Miss Smart, 17 Loons road, Lochee. 

4. S. L. Adam, 3 Pitkerro road. Mrs J. N. Low, 8 Nelson street. 

5. Charles Robertson, 3 Duff street. Miss Hutton, 25 Clepington road. 

6. Peter Anderson, 101 Rosebank st. A. G. Scott, 40 Roseangle. 

7. John Daniel, 4 Lintrathen gardens Miss Constable, 339 Clepington rd. 

8. John Martin, 11 Rosebery street. John Johnston, 35 Oxford street. 

9. Harry Johnston, 442 Blackness rd. Miss E. Young, 24 Springfield. 
' G. Rennie, 23 Panmure terrace, Miss Pringle, 38 Brown street, B.F. 



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Dundee Liberal Association, Women's Branch. — Hon. President, Lady 
Leng ; President, Mrs Hugh R. Mill ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs A. Hepburn, 
Mrs F. Peebles, Miss E. Young ; Treasurer, Miss J. N. Pringle ; Secretary, 
Mrs D. M. Reid, 12 Martin street. 

Dundee League of Young Liberals. — President, R. V. Connor ; Vice- 
President, A. Mackenzie ; Treasurer, Miss M. Adamson ; Secretary, I. Mill, 
51 Reform street. 

BROUGHTY FERRY LIBERAL ASSOCIATION, Rooms, 69 Gray st., 
B.F. — President, George Rennie; Vice-President, Hugh Mill; Secretary, 
Miss J. M. Pringle, 38 Brown street, Broughty Ferry ; caretaker, John Ferrier. 

FORFARSHIRE LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. — Hon. Secretary and 
Treasurer, George Dundas, Kirriemuir. 

DUNDEE TRADES AND LABOUR PARTY.— Office, Labour Halls, 4& 
Wellgate. — Secretary, Mrs Lily B. Miller, 34 Kenmore terrace ; caretaker, 
Mrs Robert Brown, 7 Morrison's court; Ward Committees. — Secretaries — 
(Wards 1 and 4) John Kenneth, jun., 10 St Matthew street ; (2) J. Graham, 
27 Paton's lane ; (3) William Connelly, 24 Heron's lane, Lochee ; (5) R. Dow, 
83 Bvron crescent ; (6 and 7) J. Miller, 232 Clepington road ; (8) J. M'Donald, 
42 City road; (9) J. Guild, 22 Annfield road ; (10 and 11) Mrs M'Intyre, 33 
Forthill drive, Broughty Ferry ; (12) George Livingstone, 49 Kinghorne road. 

DUNDEE LABOUR PARTY LEAGUE OF YOUTH.— Secretary, Mrs 
Lily Miller, 34 Kenmore terrace. 

FORFARSHIRE DIVISIONAL LABOUR PARTY— Secretary and 
Organiser, John Mitchell, jun., Panmure street, Monifieth. , 

INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY, Hall, 161 Overgate.— Organising 
Secretary, W. W. Sawyer. 

DUNDEE COMMUNIST PARTY, Unity Hall, 15 Hilltown.— Organising 
Secretary, J. Hodgson. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 135 

DUNDEE UNIONIST ASSOCIATION.— Hon. President, Dr J. C. Buist; 
Hon. Vice-Presidents, Mrs J. B. Taylor, Mrs Wallace (London), Lady Baxter, 
Mrs Morgan, Mrs Ramsay, Mrs M'Leish, F. W. Wallace (London); Chair- 
man, Sir Alexander Spence; Vice-Chairmen, W. Campbell Scarlett, A. R. 
Mechan ; Auditors, R. C. Thomson & Murdoch, C.A. (Telephone No. 5426). 

Headquarters — 25 Albert square. Secretary, Treasurer, and Organiser, 
Cleveland T. Yates (h. Springvale, 35 Springhill, Arbroath road corner ; Tele- 
phone 6440). 

Ward Office-bearers— 

Chairmen. Secretaries. 

1. J. Raeburn, 200b Bro'ty Ferry rd. Miss B. Morris, 21 Bonnybank road. 

2. A. R. Mechan, 17 South Tay st. Frank P. Brown, 7Bellefield avenue. 

3. Alfred Stevenson, 40 Coupar Miss M. H. C. Davidson, 3 Old 

Angus road. Muirton road, Lochee. 

4. Geo. Manners, 28 Baxter Park ter. Miss Rhoda Ross, 91 Pitkerro road. 

5. James P, Norwell, 20 Kingsway. Miss A. P. Taylor, 25 Shamrock st. 

6. Charles Robertson, 72 Bell street. Miss A. H. Young, 74 Commercial st. 

7. William Bruce, 2 Constitution ter. Mrs Thos. Himsworth, 8 Park road. 

8. George Caldwell, 91 Magdalen William Johnston, 184 High street, 

Yard road. Lochee. 

9. Adam Malcolm, 4 Glamis drive. William Hynd, 5 Roxburgh terrace. 

10. ) Robert C. Thomson, 1 Victoria Alexander G. M. Taylor, 72 Dal- 

11. ) road, West Ferry. housie road, Barnhill. 

12. James R. Burgoyne, 38 Ann street. Miss Mae Calder, 19 Strathmartine rd. 
President's and Finance Committee — Sir Alexander Spence (Chairman), 

Charles Robertson (Finance Convener), W. Campbell Scarlett, John P. Bruce, 
A. R. Mechan, J. Willison, R. C. Thomson. 

Dundee Unionist Literary Society. — President, J. R. Burgoyne ; 
Vice-President, Alfred Stevenson; Treasurer, Miss M. Inverarity, 197 
Strathmartine road ; Secretary, Miss G. Scott, 8 Lintrathen gardens. 

Dundee Unionist Young People's League — President, G. Fernie ; 
Treasurer, Miss W. M. S. Smith ; Hon. Secretary, Miss May Watson, 119 
Craigie avenue. 

Dundee Unionist Central Entertainment Committee. — President, 
Miss Jean D. Findlay, 103 Camphill road, Broughty Ferry ; Hon. Secretary, 
Miss Ina Buist, 7 Dalkeith road. 

Dundee Unionist Women's Work Party. — Hon. President, Mrs Wm. 
Ballingall; Chairman, Mrs D. B. Cameron; Vice-Chairman, Mrs R. Brown; 
Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs Edgar Ramsden, 40 Ashbank road. 

DUNDEE RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION. — President, W. Stirling 
Draffen ; Vice-Presidents, John Thomson, F. J. Bell ; Auditors, Moody 
Stuart & Robertson, C.A. 

Headquarters — 27 Bank street. Secretary, Treasurer, and Organiser, 
George A. Elliot. 

Ward Office-bearers — 

Chairmen. Secretaries. 

1. R. G. MacLean, 300 Bro. Ferry rd. Jas. F. Law, 33 Dalkeith road. 

2. William Clark, 129 Pitkerro road. Norman Bennet, 87 Magdalen Yard 

road. 

3. A. F. Stewart, Pitalpin street, L. E. Donaldson, 2 Loons road, Lochee. 

4. A. H. M'Kinnes, 101 Pitkerro rd. A. Wallace, 19 Nesbitt street. 

5. Spencer M. Gove, 27 N. Wellington Jas. M 'Donald, 69 Mains drive. 

street 
6. Jas. N. Robb, 77 Meadowside. 

7. J. R. Gegan, 1 Glenclova terrace. David Scott, 308 Clepington road. 

8. Alex. Oastler, 17 Miln street. Thos. Landsman, 31 Rankine street. 

9. J. A. Wallace, 9 Westpark gardens. G. Lindsay Hill, 277 Perth road. 
10. 

11. Jas. Laird, 18 Camphill road, B.F. A. L. Benson, 30 Kerrington cres., B. 

12. J. R. Burgoyne, 38 Ann street. Albert Simmons, 27 N. Ellen street. 



136 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

NOKTHERN CONSERVATIVE CLUB, 80 Rosebank street. —Secretary, 
Hugh Leonard, 264a Hilltown. 

BROUGHTY FERRY UNIONIST CLUB, Queen street, Broughty 
Ferry. — Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Frederick C. Morris, 194 Arbroath 
road. 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN.— Hon. Secretary, Miss Duncan, 2 
Beechwood terrace, Westpark road. 

DUNDEE WOMEN CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION.— Hon. Secretary, Miss 
Nicoll; Correspondence Secy., Miss Lee. Office, Steeple Club, 80 Nethergate. 

Wednesday Club.— Secretary, Mrs W. E. Young, 52 Ashbank road. 

Broughty Ferry Branch, 132 Brook street, Broughty Ferry. — Hon. 
Secretary, Mrs A. B. Tawse, 131 Brook street, Broughty Ferry. 

SOROPTIMIST CLUB.— Secretary, Miss B. B. Langlands, 135 Seagate. 

DUNDEE, ANGUS, AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION OF SMALL 
BORE RIFLE CLUBS.— President, Lieut. C. A. Sutherland ; Hon. Secre- 
tary, G. W. Paterson, 90 Glenmarkie terrace ; League Secretary, David 
Richardson, 46 Scott street ; Hon. Treasurer, C. M. Fisher, 29 Gardner street. 

ROYAL NAVAL VOLUNTEER RESERVE, East Scottish Division, 
Sub-Division. Headquarters and Drill Ship, H.M.S. "Unicorn." — Command- 
ing Officer, Captain W. F. Keay, V.D.; Lieutenants, D. R. Miller, B. H. J. 
Thorns, D. S. Campbell, G. W. Kemp, J. C. Anderson ; Surgeon-Lieutenant, 
W. G. Campbell; Paymaster-Commander, J. E. M'Intyre; Hon. Chaplain, 
Rev. Frank Cairns. 

62nd (NORTH SCOTTISH) MEDIUM BRIGADE, R.A. (T.A.)— Head- 
quarters, Broughty Castle. — Lieutenant-Colonel, J. C. Henderson. Perma- 
nent Staff — Captain M. E. Gubbins, R.A., Adjutant; Sergt. -Major W. G. 
Stanton, Instructor. 

173rd (NORTH SCOTTISH) MEDIUM BATTERY, R.A. (T.A.).— 
Captain, J. G. D. Reid. Permanent Staff— Sergeant W. H. James, Instructor. 

320th (CITY OF DUNDEE) A. A. SEARC BLIGHT COMPANY, R.E. 
(T.A.).— Captain R. Kilpatrick, R.E.(T.); Captain K. T. Cameron, R.E. 
(Adjutant). Permanent Staff— C.S.M. Daw, R.E. 

CITY OF DUNDEE TERRITORIAL ARMY ASSOCIATION.— President, 
Lord Provost Phin ; Chairman, Lieut.-Col. J. Lindsay Henderson, T.D., 
late R.A. (T.A.); Vice-Chairman, Colonel J. B. Muir, D.S.O., late 4/5th 
Black Watch; Military Members, Major A. Spreull, D.S.O., T.D., late 
R.A.V.C. ; Col. J. M'Pherson, D.S.O., late R.A. (T.A.); Lieut.-Col. J. C. 
Henderson, O.C. 62nd (North Scottish) Medium Brigade, R.A. (T.A.) ; Major 
J. S. C. Sharp, 76th Field Brigade, R.A. ; Col. W. A. Robertson, M.C., 
R.A.M.C., A.D.M.S., 51st Highland Division; Col. W. G. Miller, D.S.O., 
late R.A.M.C; Col. John Kinnear, O.C. 152nd Field Ambulance, R.A.M.C. ; 
Col. H. M. Smail, C.R.E., 51st Highland Division; Lt.-Col. A. M. Guild, 
O.C, 4/5th Black Watch; Major T. P. D. Murray, 4/5th Black Watch; 
Captain R. Kilpatrick, O.C. 320th Anti- Aircraft Searchlight Coy., R.E.; 
Representative Members, Town Council of the City of Dundee, Robert 
Loggie and Findlaj r Lesslie ; University College of Dundee, Major W. M. 
Mackay, M.C., O.C. University College O.T.C. ; Co-opted Members, Major 
D. D. Ogilvie, late Fife and Forfar Yeomanry, Grant Barclay, T. L. Miller, 
J. Hannay Thompson, Major A. MacGillivray, M.D., T.D., Wm. Reid, 
Col. A. C. M'Kenzie Fraser, T.D., late R.A.S.C. 

Secretary, Major John R. Smith, 57 Meadowside. 

Units administered by the Association.— Headquarters, 76th Field Brigade, 
R.A., 303rd Field Battery, R.A., 304th (H) Field Battery, R.A; Head- 
quarters 62nd (North Scottish) Medium Brigade R.A., 173rd Medium 
Battery, R.A.; 237th Field Company, R.E. ; 320th Anti- Aircraft Searchlight 
Coy., R.E. ; Headquarters and Two Companies 4/5th Black Watch; Head- 
quarters and 152nd Field Ambulance, R.A.M.C; 526th Coy. 51st Highland 
Divisional R.A.S.C, details R.A.V.C 

The Association meets on the first Tuesday of each month. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 137 

High School Cadet Company, High School, Dundee, affiliated to 4/5th 
Black Watch.— Captain, Walter L. Marshall, M.Sc. 

DUNDEE SEA CADETS.— Commanding Officer, Lieut. G. Brand, 
D.S.C., R.N.R. 

OLD CONTEMPTIBLES' ASSOCIATION (Dundee Branch).— President, 
Col. Ivan D. Guthrie ; Chairman, J. Maxwell Thorns ; Hon. Secretary, 
D. C. Johnston, 8 Tay Street lane. 

BLACK WATCH ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— Chairman, W. 
Henderson; Vice-Chairman, B. M'Gillivray; Hon. Treasurer, John Kidney; 
Hon. Secretary, C. Hackney, 18 Thomson street. 

SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS' ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— 
Chairman, D. S. Bisset; Secretary, Dugald MacTaggart, 5 Horse wynd. 
Clubrooms, 6 Park place. 

ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS' ASSOCIATION. — Hon. Secretary and 
Treasurer, T. Coyle, 22 Temple lane. Clubrooms, 10 Milnbank road. 

ROYAL SCOTS GREYS' ASSOCIATION, Forfarshire Branch.— Chair- 
man, Col. W. M. Duguid M'Combie, D.S.O. ; Secretary and Treasurer, 
William M'Cabe, 45 Seafield road. 

SCOTS GUARDS' ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— Hon. President, 

; Hon. Vice-Presidents, Major A. F. Purvis, M.C., and Leslie B. 

Weatherhead; Chairman, David Lakie; Hon. Treasurer, William L. Fearn ; 
Hon. Secretary, James B. Wood, 8 Abbotsford place. 

ENGINEERS' OLD COMRADES' ASSOCIATION. — Secretary, J. P. 
M'Ginnis, 66 Mains road 

OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS. St Andrews University Contingent- 
Headquarters, University College, Dundee. Commanding Officer, Major 
W. M. Mackay, M.C. 

BRITISH LEGION, Dundee Area Council, comprising Angus and Perth- 
shire. — Hon. Presidents, Lord Strathmore, Duke of Atholl ; President, Frank 
Kyle ; Vice-President, Major-General Sinclair Maclagan ; Chairman, Major 
T. H. Young (Auchterarder) ; Vice-Chairman, R. Mackenzie ; Hon. Secre- 
tary and Treasurer, G. B. Craik, Tannadice, by Forfar. 

Dundee Branch Executive. — Hon. President, Col. J. Y. S. Rogers, 
D.S.O., T.D.; Hon. Vice-Presidents, Col. J. B. Muir, D.S.O., Col. W. A. 
Robertson, M.C, A.D.M.S., Col. T. H. Smith, Lt.-Col. G. F. Whyte, 
Capt. C. R. Cleghorn, M.C, Capt. J. C Prain, Capt. P. F. Duncan, 
Capt. J. L. Cumming, Capt. W. Duns, David Air, W. H. Buist, W. R. 
Falconer, C Coyle, Capt. Douglas Nicoll, W. Ballingall, R. C Thomson, 
Capt. W. Hope Pilcher, Dr A. H. Macklin, C. H. Marshall, S.S.C, 
D. S. Bisset, G. L. Barclay; Chairman, G. A. Bussell; Vice-Chairman, 
A. S. Watson ; Hon. Treasurer, F. Kyle ; Hon. Secretary, William Scott ; 
Hon. Chaplain, Rev. William Bodin, M.A. ; Committee, H. B. Small, 
J. G. M'Laren, J. E. H. Hovell, E. H. Black, J. Ogg, A. Johnstone, W. D. 
Davidson, J. Swan, J. Burke, W. F. Mackenzie, R. Ford, A. G. M'Gill. 

Women's Branch. — President, Miss J. D. Holmes ; Secretary, Mrs S- 
Fletcher, 32 Bank street. 

Naval Branch.— Secretary, R. Officer, 262 Blackness road. 

Tatside Branch, 59 Dock street. — Secretary, Arthur F. M'Donald, 21 
Atholl street, Lochee. 

DUNDEE EX-SERVICE MEN'S WELFARE CLUB, Ltd., 30 Roseangle. 
— President, George Crowe ; Secretary, A. Blair Anderson ; Treasurer, 
Francis Gray ; Club Steward, Edward Britcliffe. 

Broughty Ferry Ex-Service Men's Club, Ltd., Maryfield road, 
Broughty Ferry. — Secretary, Harry Nicoll, 8 Church street, Broughty Ferry. 

ROYAL SCOTS CLUB (Dundee and District), 71 High street.- 
Secretary, George Hutchison, 123 Victoria road. 



138 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOE EMPLOYMENT OF EX-REGULAR 
SAILORS, SOLDIERS, AND AIRMEN.— Secretary, James Robertson, 
65 Trades lane. 

ORGANISATION FOR MAINTENANCE OF SUPPLIES.— Hon. Secy., 
W. Low Mitchell, 11 Whitehall street. 

TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH ADVISORY COMMITTEE.— From 
Chamber of Commerce, James Robertson, Athole F. Stewart, W. W. Wilson ; 
from Town Council, Lord Provost Phin, Treasurer Reid, W. M. Ames, 
W. H. Blyth Martin ; from Harbour Board, H. Giles Walker; from Faculty 
of Procurators, Christopher J. Bisset ; from Stock Exchange Association, 
W. M. Grant; from Newspaper Proprietors, N. A. Pattullo, D. C. Thomson; 
from Dundee Business Club, P. S. Nicoll, Joseph Leslie Shepherd. Secretary, 
George R. Donald, 3 Bank street. 

DUNDEE CENTRAL COMMITTEE FOR SERVICE TO UNEM- 
PLOYED. — Chairman, Sir William Henderson; Organiser, W. W. Ness, 
Y.M.C.A., Constitution road. 

Middle Area Committee — Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Geo. Knowles, 
83 Commercial street. 

Lochee Area Committee — Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Rev. W. 
Bodin, 16 Coupar Angus road, Lochee. 

Broughtt Ferry Area Committee— Hon. Secretary, J. A. Skinner, 69 
Gray street, Broughty Ferry ; Hon. Treasurer, Mrs Moncur, 15 Camphill 
road, Broughty Ferry. 

ITALIAN FASCIO.— Secretary, A. Paladini, 38 Seafield road. 

CONSULS AND VICE-CONSULS OF FOREIGN STATES.— 

America, U.S. of (Consul), ... E. Talbot Smith, 31 Albert square 

, , ( Vice-Consul), . . . Julian Kemble Smedberg, 31 Albert sq. 

Argentine Republic (Vice-Consul), Robert Kinnison, 2 India buildings 

Belgium (Consul), B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 

,, (Chancelier), R. B. Laing, 33 Commercial street 

Brazil (Vice-Consul), Vacant 

Denmark (Vice-Consul), B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 

Esthonian Republic (Vice-Consul), B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 

Finland (Vice-Consul), James S. Nicoll, 49 Trades lane 

France (Consular Agent), James S. Nicoll, 49 Trades lane 

Germany (Consul), James U. Nicol, 18 Dock street 

Greece (Consular Agent), ... ... Peter R. Johnston, 46 Reform street 

Latvia (Consul), ... B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 

Netherlands (Vice-Consul), . . . Joseph G. Farquharson, 17 W. Dock st. 

Norway (Vice-Consul), B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 

Portugal (Vice-Consul), D. Duncan Nicoll, 2 India buildings 

Spain (Consular Agent), Julio I. Villa, Thistle cot. , Fairfield st. 

Sweden (Vice-Consul), Charles Stewart, 59 Dock street 

Uruguay (Consul), D. S. Nicoll, 2 India buildings 

,, (Secretary), D. D. Nicoll, 2 India buildings 

DUNDEE CONSULAR CORPS. — President, Julio I. Villa; Vice- 
President, James S. Nicoll ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Robert B. Laing. 
33 Commercial street. 

VICTORIA LEAGUE, Dundee Branch.— Hon. Secretary, Miss R. Evelyn 
Duncan, 2 Beechwood terrace, Westpark road. 

BROUGHTY FERRY MERCHANTS' SOCIETY.— Secretary and Trea- 
surer, R. Henderson Smith, 293 Brook street, Broughty Ferry. 

EAST OF SCOTLAND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.— Hon. Secy., 
John Oliphant, 327 Perth road. 

LEAGUE OF NATIONS UNION, Dundee Branch.— Hon. Secretary, 
D. G. Neilson, 6 Clarence road. 

Broughty Ferry Branch. — Hon. Secretary, B. W. Cannon, 21 Yewbank 
avenue, B.F. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 



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Monifieth Branch. — Hon. Secretary, Rev. James K. Cassels, 9 Durham 
street, Monifieth. 

Carnoustie Branch. — Hon. Secretary, W. C. M. Smith, 61 Kinloch 
street, Carnoustie. 

COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION,— Secretary, J. R. 
Jordan, 4 Killin avenue. 

LORD ROBERTS MEMORIAL WORKSHOPS FOR DISABLED 
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS (Incorporated Soldiers and Sailors Help Society), 
Central Scottish Area Committee. — Directors, Lord Provost John Phin (Chair- 
man). Mrs J. S. Fairweather, David Mudie, Robert M. Noble, T. L. Miller, 
G. B. Dunn ; Hon. Treasurer, James Dickie ; Hon. Secretaries, C. Boyd 
Anderson, 7 Whitehall crescent, and J. Armstrong Barry, 6 Panmure street. 
Works, 65 Meadowside ; Thomas Petrie, Manager. 

PIPER'S BAIRNS. — Founded for the purpose of honouring noteworthy 
Dundonians. Chief Piper, Robert Blackwood, 21 North Tay street ; Bard, 
John Ogilvie ; Recorder, A. S. Webster, Albert Institute. Meets once a year. 

OVERSEAS LEAGUE, Dundee Centre.— Secretary, Hon. H. G. Kinnaird, 
Rossie priory, Inchture. 

LAND SETTLEMENT SCHEMES IN DUNDEE AND DISTRICT 
UNDER DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FOR SCOTLAND.— 
Barns of Claverhouse, Dryburgh, West Kingsway, Gagie, West Pitkerro, 
East Pilmore, and Castle Huntly. Sub-Commissioner, A. F. Wilson, 
Department of Agriculture, York place, Edinburgh. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT LAND SETTLEMENT TRUST.— Trustees, 
The Lord Provost, James Mathew, Athole F. Stewart, Euan H. M. Cox, 
Quintin B. Grant. Secretary and Treasurer, Quintin B. Grant, 3 High street. 

BALFIELD FEUARS' ASSOCIATION.— Secy., E.R.Simpson, 12 Bank st. 

HARRIS ACADEMY FORMER PUPILS' ASSOCIATION.— Hon. 
Secretary and Treasurer, N. Peattie, 343 Blackness road. 

HIGH SCHOOL OLD GIRLS' CLUB.— Joint Secretaries, Miss A. 
Ferguson, 36 Argyle street, and Mrs Bowman, 11 Castle ter., Bro'ty Ferry. 

HIGH SCHOOL OLD BOYS' CLUB.— Secy., C. E. Stuart, 11 Panmure st. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT HERIOT CLUB— Secretary, A. T. Boe, 
11 Whitehall street. 



JUTE AND FLAX WAREHOUSES. 



Trades lane 

Carolina port 

Dock st. and Eastern 

Wharf 
East and West Whale 

lane and Allan st 
Seagate, Hynd's pend 

(56 Dock street) 
Seagate, Hynd's pend 

(56 Dock street) 
Seagate and Cowgate 
Seagate, West Whale 

lane, and Dock st. 
Coupar's alley and 

Eastern Wharf 
Eastern Wharf 

North Isla street 
W. Henderson's wynd 



Proprietors. 



Dundee Public Warehouse Co., Ltd. ; T. S. Ross & Co., 

managers 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Dundee Dock Warehousing Co., Ltd. ; D. Pirie & 

Co. (1931), Ltd., managers 
Dundee Jute and Flax Warehousing Co., Ltd. : 

A. Scott Fithie, 23 Panmure st., attorney and factor 
Hill & Renny 

G. W. Mason ; Peter Stewart, 10 Panmure street, 

manager 
Baxter Brothers & Co., Ltd. 
Craigie Yard Warehouse Co., Ltd.; J. J. Barrie & 

Co., managers 
Baltic Warehousing Co., Ltd., 2 India buildings 

Dundee Eastern Wharf Warehouse Co. , Ltd. ; Charles 

Robertson & Co., proprietors 
Dens Warehousing Co., Ltd., 49 Meadowside 
Malcolm's Pend Warehousing Co., Ltd., 42 West 

Henderson's wynd 



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HARBOUR AND SHIPPING LISTS. 

HARBOUR TRUSTEES, General Manager and Engineer's Office, Harbour 
Clerk's Office, and Shore Dues Office, Customhouse buildings, Dock street. — 

Chairman of the Board, H. Giles Walker; Deputy-Chairman, R. B. 
Graham ; from the Admiralty, Rear- Admiral K. C. Davenport ; Town 
Council, Treasurer Reid, Bailies R. Blackwood, R. Fenton, Findlay Lesslie ; 
Councillors J. B. Archer, Douglas M. Christie, Peter Gillespie, Archibald 
Powrie; Guildry, Nine Trades, and Three Trades, William Clark, Sir 
Alexander Spence ; County Council, James Grant, T. P. Douglas Murray, 
Sir Herbert K. Ogilvy, Bart., H. T. Isles; Chamber of Commerce, D. H. 
Brakenridge, Edgar P. Brown, Jas. S. Nicoll, W. Moir Scott, W. Ross Smith, 
A. J. Stewart; Shipowners, J. J. Barrie, R. B. Graham, Ralph C. Cowper, 
William N. Taylor ; Ratepayers, T. L. Miller, H. Giles Walker, James R. 
Lindsay, John B. Muir, David Mudie, Alexander Smith ; Municipal 
Electors, William M'Farlane, George L. Barclay. 

Committees. — Chairman's — H. Giles Walker (Convener), Ralph C. Cowper, 
J. J. Barrie, R. B. Graham, T. L. Miller, John B. Muir, D. Mudie, W. Moir 
Scott, George L. Barclay, William Reid, Alexander Smith, Robert Blackwood. 
Finance and Rights — All the Members of the Board; Ralph C. Cowper, 
Convener. Works — All the Members of the Board ; John B. Muir, Convener. 
Tay Ferries — All the Members of the Board ; D. Mudie, Convener. Lighting 
and. Buoying — All the Members of the Board ; Alexander Smith, Convener. 

John Hannay Thompson, M.Sc, M.Inst.C.E., F.R.S.E., C.C.E , General 
Manager and Engineer; George G. Ritchie, Clerk; Capt. John Walker, 
Harbour Master and Pilot Master ; Captain L. Whitelaw, Assistant Harbour 
Master and Assistant Pilot Master; J. D. Panton, C.A., Treasurer; W. 
Johnston, Superintendent of Tay Ferries ; Alexander D. Williams, General 
Foreman ; James Yeaman, Traffic Superintendent ; Captain John Cumming, 
Surveyor of Cargoes ; James Hutton, Master of Camperdown and Victoria 
Docks; Edward Herd, Master of Earl Grey and King William IV. Docks; 
A. Herd, Master at Eastern Wharves ; Charles Gall, Piermaster at Broughty 
Ferry. 

Pilot Cutters. — S.S. " Captain Fryatt " — Master, David L. Ferrier ; S.S. 
' ' John Plenderleath - — Master, Thomas C. Knight. Licensed Pilots, 
William A. Ferrier, William Watson, James A. Gall, William Lorimer, 
David L. Ferrier, Thomas C. Knight, Alfred H. Moodie, John Watson, 
David Grafton, John P. Baird, Alexander J. Cook, J. A. Edwards. 

Light Keepers. — Lights of Tat — Buddonness — Charles Liness, 
Principal Light Keeper ; Robert Nicoll, assistant. Tatport — Chas. Findlay, 
Principal Light Keeper ; Fred L. Gall and Alex. Williamson, assistants. 

Light Ship "Abertat." — Master, John B. Gall; Mate, David Mearns. 

EAST COAST OF SCOTLAND PORTS GROUP OF PORT LABOUR 
EMPLOYERS.— Secretary, William Kinnear, 18 Commercial street. 

DUNDEE SHIPOWNERS' AND SHIPBROKERS' ASSOCIATION.— 

Secretary and Treasurer, William Kinnear, 18 Commercial street. 

MERCANTILE MARINE OFFICE, Board op Trade, Customhouse.— 
Superintendent, The Collector of Customs and Excise, J. D. Johnston ; 
Deputy Superintendents, B. W. Cannon and A. Foster. 

DUNDEE TRINITY HOUSE.— Secretary and Factor, David Patterson, 
1 Albert square. 

SHIPPING COMPANIES :— 

Anchor Line (1935), Limited, 33 Albert square.— Steamers from Glasgow 
to New York and Bombay; Donaldson- Atlantic Line to Canada ; Donaldson 
Line from Glasgow to U.S. and Canadian North Pacific Coast ports, via 
Panama. 



HARBOUR AND SHIPPING LISTS. 141 

Atlantic Shipping Co., agents for United States Lines, American 
Merchant Line, Baltimore Mail Line, Pennsylvania Railroad, 31 Meadowside. 

Thos. & Jno. Brocklebank, Ltd., 8 Panmure street. — Dundee, Glasgow, 
and Liverpool to Calcutta ; Well Line from Middlesbrough and London to 
Colombo, Madras, and Calcutta ; Calcutta and Colombo to London, Dundee, 
Glasgow, and Continental ports; Calcutta and Colombo to U.S.A.; Cunard 
S.S. Co., Ltd., to Mediterranean ports; Cunard White Star, Ltd., Liverpool, 
London, and Southampton, to U.S.A., and Canada. 

[^Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 88 Commercial street. — Sailings 
from Glasgow, Liverpool, London, &c, to Canada and the Orient — passengers 
and freight booked through to all points in Canada, U.S.A., Japan, China, 
and round the world. 

Coast Lines Ltd., 2 Commercial street. — Liverpool, Manchester, andEnglish 
and Bristol Channel direct steamers — calling at Leith, Kirkcaldy, Aberdeen, 
Stromness, Stornoway, Oban, Belfast, Liverpool, Manchester, Plymouth, 
Portsmouth, Bristol, Cardiff, and Swansea; and at Penzance, &e. ; also 
Leith, Aberdeen, and Moray Firth Steamers — calling at Buckie, Lossiemouth, 
Invergordon, Cromarty, and Inverness. Agents for Union-Castle Mail S.S. 
Co., Ltd. 

Den Fishing Co., Ltd., Fish Dock. — Directors, William M'Farlane 
(Chairman), W. D. M'Farlane, Harry M'Farlane ; Secretaries, J. Grafton 
Lawson & Co. 

Dundee Fishing Co., Ltd., Fish Dock. — Directors, William M'Farlane 
(Chairman), W. D. M'Farlane, Harry M'Farlane; Managers, Cameron k 
M'Farlane, Ltd., Fishmarket; Secretary, William D. M'Farlane. 

Dundee, Pepth, and London Shipping 1 Co., Ltd. — Head 
Office, 26 East Dock street. Ralph C. Cowper, General Manager; J. P. 
Braid, Secretary. Sailings — Dundee to London, Hull, Newcastle, Middles- 
brough, and Boston (Lines.); Leith and Dundee to Southampton, Ports- 
mouth, and Treport; also Hull, Newcastle, Berwick, Kirkcaldy, Montrose, 
and Moray Firth ports ; Perth and Dundee, and Leith and Kirkcaldy. 
London Offices, Dundee Wharf, Limehouse, E., 14 and 18 Mincing lane ; 
Hull Office, Dundee chambers; Newcastle Office, G., Exchange buildings, 
Quayside ; Leith Office, 125 Constitution street ; Southampton Office, 32 
Oxford street ; Perth Office, The Shore. (See Adv.) 

Dundee Sand and Lighterage Co., Ltd. — Manager, Charles M. Murdoch, 
21 Dock street ; Secretary, A. A. Murdoch. 

Tay Sand Company, Royal Arch, Dock street. 

Leslie Shipping Co., shipowners, shipbrokers, and aircraft brokers ; 
agents for American Shipping Board steamers to New York, Philadelphia, 
Baltimore, New Orleans, <kc. ; also Blue Star Line to South American ports, 
South Africa to Australia ; Sota-Y- Aznar Line to Spanish ports, and Imperial 
Airways, 59 Dock street (Telephone No. 5383; Telegrams, "Bulletin"). 

SHIPPING AGENTS ( See also Shipowners — Trades and Professions Section.) 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 88 Commercial street, booking 
agents for passengers and freight from Glasgow, Liverpool, London, &c, to 
Canada, U.S.A., and the Orient. 

Barrie, Charles, & Sons, 49 Meadowside, agents for Ellerman Lines, Ltd. — 
City Line, Glasgow and Liverpool to Calcutta, Bombay, and Karachi ; Hall 
Line, Liverpool to Bombay, Port Okha, Karachi, Marmagoa, Malabar Coast, 
&c; Ellerman Line to Mediterranean ports; Ellerman-Harrison Line (Joint 
Service), Glasgow and Liverpool to South African ports and Mauritius ; 
British India Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. ; Lloyd's Agents. 

Cappon, Victor A., steam-tug owner and towing agent, 6 Whitehall 
crescent. 

Currie, James, & Co., 1 Bain square, agents for Hamburg-South America 
Line, Hamburg-America Line, North German Lloyd, Aug. Bolten (Wm. 
Millers, Nachfolger), The Isaacs Line, Ltd., &c, &c. 



142 HARBOUR AND SHIPPING LISTS. 

Fleming & Haxton, 26 E. Dock st. , agents for the following Lines — Cunard 
White Star, Red Star, C.P.R., Anchor, Donaldson - Atlantic, Furness, 
Holland America, Norddeutscher Lloyd, Orient, Royal Mail, Aberdeen- 
Commonwealth, P. & O., New Zealand Shipping Co., Shaw, Savill, & Albion 
Co., Union-Castle, Pacific Lines, &c. 

Gibson, George, & Co., Ltd., 49 Trades lane; P. S. Nicoll & Co., agents. — 
Regular sailings from Leitb, Grangemouth, Dundee, Aberdeen to Holland, 
Belgium, and France. 

Hodgkinson, F. A., & Co., 48 St Andrew's street, agents for principal lines 
to Brazils, River Plate, America, Canada, Mediterranean, Danube, Central 
America, Jamaica, Cuba, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Bordeaux, Ghent, Marseilles, 
Port Said, Suez, Port Sudan, Rangoon, &c. 

Houldep Brothers & Co., Ltd., 18 Commercial street, shipowners, 
shipbrokers, and aircraft brokers ; agents for Yeoward Line to Lisbon, 
Prince Line to the Mediterranean, Houlder Line to tbe River Plate, 
Johnston Line to the Levant and Black Sea Ports. Also agents for Imperial 
Airways, Ltd. Representatives of the Thames Nautical Training College. 
(Telephone No. 3241; Telegrams, "Houlders"). 

Kinnear, "William, & Co., Ltd., 18 Commercial street, agentsfor Ellerman's- 
Wilson Lines — Hull to Boston and New York, Baltic, Continental, Mediter- 
ranean, Pacific, Gulf, and East Indian Ports ; Holland Steamship Co. — Dundee 
and Leith to Amsterdam ; Manchester Liners — to Montreal, Philadelphia, &c. 

Kinnes, Robert, & Sons, 39 Dock street. 

Langlands, M., & Sons, Ltd., 2 Commercial street, agents for Harrison 
Line to AVest Indies, New Orleans, Mexico, Pernambuco, Natal; Larrinaga 
and Glynn Lines to Cuba ; Booth Line to Maranham, Parnahiba, Ceara, 
Para, Manaos; Ellerman & Papayanni, Moss, and Glynn Lines to Mediter- 
ranean ports ; Elder Dempster Lines, Ltd. , to West Africa. 

Leitch, Andrew, & Co. , 21 Dock street, agents for Blue Funnel Line (Alfred 
Holt & Co., Liverpool), regular line of steamers, Gothenburg to Dundee. 

Lep Transport, Ltd., 49 Trades lane. 

Maekay Brothers & Co. (Dundee), Ltd., 9 "Whitehall eres.. 
Officially Appointed Agents fop all Passenger Lines of 
steamers, also principal British and Continental touring 
opganisations. Booking office for Steamship Passages, 
Cruises, British and Continental railway tickets, Aerial 
travel, &e. General Travel and Toup opganiseps (Tele- 
graphic and Cable Address, " Tpavel " ; Telephone, 5490). 

Morison, Pollexfen, & Blair, Ltd., 84 Commercial street, agents for Royal 
Mail Lines, Ltd., to Brazil, River Plate, Central America, &c; Pacific Steam 
Navigation Co., to "West Coast of South America ; Furness, "Withy, & Co., 
Ltd., to U.S.A. and Canada ; P. & 0. Co., to Bombay, Calcutta, and 
Australia ; Union Castle Line to South and East Africa, &c. 

Nairn, B. L., & Co., 33 Commercial street, agents for Clan Line — Glasgow 
and Liverpool to Bombay, Karachi, Calcutta, Madras, South Africa ; 
Houston Line — London to South and East Africa; Dixie — U.K. Line (United 
States Shipping Board) to Gulf Ports ; Donaldson Line and Houston Line — 
Glasgow and Liverpool to River Plate Ports ; Moss Hutchison Line — Glasgow 
to Rouen, Nantes, Bordeaux, Oporto, Cadiz. 

Nicol, D., & J., 18 Dock street. 

Nicoll, James, & Co., 5 Collingwood terrace, Barnhill, "World-Travel 
Agency. Tours, cruises, Empire travel, air travel. Berths reserved at com- 
panies' rates. No booking fees. 

Nicoll, P. S., & Co., 49 Trades lane, agents for the Gibson-Rankine 
Line — Dundee to Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Ghent, Dunkirk, Rouen; 
Salvesen Lines — Dundee, Leith, Grangemouth to Bergen, Stavanger, 
Aalesund, Trondhjem, Gothenburg, Stockholm, Oslo, &c. ; Cormack Steam- 
ship Company, Ltd., Riga, "Windau-Dundee service; J. Bruce & Co., Glasgow 
to Italy, Marseilles, Egypt, and Sicily. 

United States Lines, 31 Albert square. 



HAEBOUR AND SHIPPING LISTS. 



143 



LIST OF SHIPPING BELONGING TO THE PORT. 



Vessels. 




Alasters. 


Abertay 


sch. 


J. B. Gall 


Ambassador 


s.s. 


Webster 


Arbroath 


s.s. 


Campbell 


Ben Loyal 


s.s. 


Smith 


Branksea 


s.s. 


Law 


Broughty 


s.s. 


CouU 


B. L. Nairn 


p.s. 




Captain Fryatt 


s.s. 


Ferrier 


Charles Barrie 


5. as. 


Mill 


Dundee 


s.s. 


C. Williamson 


Fair City 


s.s. 


Smith 


Gauntlet 


s.s. 


Thomson 


Gowrie 


s.s. 


Stewart 


Inchgarvie 


s.s. 


Jacklin 


Inchyra 


s.s. 


King 


John Plenderleatl 


s.s. 


Knight 


London 


s.s. 


J. Harris 


Louga 


s.s. 


A.Williamson 


Newport 


p.s. 




Perth 


s.s. 


C. Williamson 


Princess Louise 


s.s. 




Richmond Castle 


s.s. 


Dorward 


Rosie 


s.s. 


O. Olsen 


Sir William High 


p.s. 




Strathblane 


s.s. 


A. Norrie 


T. B. Taylor 


s.s. 


M'Donald 


J. Hannay Thompson 


Chapman 


Tumby 


s.s. 


Cowie 


Vict 


t.sc. 


Taylor 



Owner or Agent. 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Den Fishing Co., Ltd. 
D..P..&L. Ship. Co., Ld. 
Dundee Fishing Co., Ld. 
D'dee Sand Lighterage Co. 
D.,P., &L. Ship. Co.,Ld. 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
D., P., &L. Ship. Co., Ld. 
D., P.,&L. Ship. Co.,Ld. 
V. A. Cappon 
D.,P., &L. Ship. Co.,Ld. 
D'dee Sand Lighterage Co. 
D'dee Sand Lighterage Co. 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
D., P.,&L. Ship. Co., Ld 
D.,P.,&L. Ship. Co.,Ld 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
D.,P.,&L. Ship. Co.,Ld. 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Dundee Fishing Co. , Ltd 
J. Neilson 

Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Dundee Fishing Co., Ltd 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 

Den Fishing Co., Ltd. 
V. A. Cappon 



Tons. 
117 
149 
553 
183 

89 
504 
395 

87 
122 
1540 
131 
149 
689 



91 

1491 

945 

302 

2208 

58 
178 

64 
311 
186 
488 
625 

204 
74 



Built. 
1877 
1899 
1935 
1901 

1921 
1929 
1917 
1910 
1933 
1920 
1891 
1909 



1919 
1921 
1898 
1910 
1915 
1871 
1901 
1907 
1924 
1901 
1914 
1930 

1918 
1884 



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POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

(For full information regarding Postal Affairs the official " Post Office Guide" 
should be considted — published half-yearly, price Is. ) 

Dundee Post-Office — Post-Office buildings, Meadowside: James 
Dempster, Head Postmaster. 

On Week Days the Office is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for all business. 

Between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., postage on inland letters, parcels, &c. may 
be prepaid at the Head Office in money instead of stamps, provided the 
amount paid be in no case less than 10s. 

On Sunday the Office is open for sale of postage stamps and registration of 
letters from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. only (entrance 1 Euclid street), but the Letter- 
Box remains open as on other days. Halfpenny and penny stamps may be 
had at all times through automatic stamp machine placed beside posting boxes. 

For Telegraph business there is attendance from 6 a.m. to midnight (8 a.m. 
to 10 p.m. Sundays), and for Telephone business from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 
week-days. Outside these hours a telegram may be telephoned by a sub- 
scriber or by a caller from a multi-coin box kiosk to Edinburgh for onward 
transmission at the normal telegram rates plus the appropriate local tele- 
phone fee. The nearest kiosk with continuous service is at 12 Meadowside. 

Sub-Offices. — 118 Arklay street, Barnhill, 183 Blackness road, *Brantwood 
avenue, *92 Broughty Ferry Road, *Caird Hall (Crichton street), Craigie- 
bank (158 Arbroath road), *Downfield (463 Strathmartine road), 28 Dun- 
donald street, Fairmuir (343 Clepington road), *76 Hawkhill, *148 Hill- 
town, 83 King street, 156 Lochee road, *Lochee (72 High street), Logie 
(5 Cobden street), *Maryfield (205 Albert street), 29 Murraygate, *125a 
Nethergate, *268 Perth road, *169 Princes street, 21 Strathmartine road, 
86 Victoria road, West Ferry (Broughty Ferry). 

Country Sub-Offices — *Alyth, Ardler, *Auchterhouse, Baldovie, *Barry 
Camp, *Broughty Ferry (Queen street), *Carnoustie, Craigton, *Dykends, 
*Five-Mile House, *Folda, *Gauldry, *Glenisla, *Inchture, *Invergowrie, 
*Kilry, Kingennie, Kinnaird, *Longforgan, Lundie, *Meigle, *Monifieth, 
*Monikie, Muirdrum, Newbigging, *Newport, *Newtyle, Ruthven, Strath- 
martine, *Tayport, *Tealing, Wellbank, *Wormit. (* Telegraph Offices.) 

Broughty Ferry Sub-Post-Office (see page 165). 

Inland Rates of Postage — Letters. 

Inland letters are those which pass between places in the United Kingdom 
including the Isle of Man, the Orkney, Shetland, and Channel Islands, and to 
the Irish Free State. 

Prepaid rates of postage: — Not exceeding 2 ozs., l|d ; each additional 2 ozs. 
or fraction thereof ^d. 

No letter may be above 24 inches in length, 12 inches in width, or 12 inches in 
depth, unless it be sent to or from one of the Government Offices. 

Inland Post Cards. 

The prepaid rate of postage on every Post Card is Id, and on every reply 
Post Card 2d. 

Cards used as Post Cards must be made of ordinary cardboard, not thinner 
than the Cards sold by the Post Office. They may not exceed 5| by 4g 
inches in size, or be less than 4 by 2| inches. Nothing may be attached, 
except stamps in payment of postage or stamp duty, a gummed label (not to 
exceed 2 inches by § inch) bearing the address at which the card is to be 
delivered, a similar label bearing the address of the sender, and engravings, 
drawings, photos, or printed matter on very thin paper completely adherent 
to the card ; nor may the card be folded, cut, or altered in such a way as to 
reduce the size below 4 by 2f inches. 

Inland Post — Newspapers. 
The prepaid postage on registered inland publications, including supple- 
ments, is Id for every copy not exceeding 6 oz. in weight, with a further 
charge of ^d for every additional 6 oz. If two or more copies are sent in a 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 145 

single packet, each copy will be liable to the same postage as if posted 
separately ; but in no case will a packet of such copies be chargeable at a 
higher rate than that chargeable on printed paper of the same weight. 

A newspaper, if posted in a cover, must have such cover open at both ends, 
to admit of easy examination, and so folded that the title may be readily 
inspected. The cover must not bear anything except the name and address of 
sender and addressee, with index or reference numbers or letters, the words 
"with compliments," a request for return in case of non-delivery, the title of 
the newspaper, and a reference to any place in the newspaper to which the 
attention of the addressee is directed. 

A packet of newspapers must not weigh above 2 lbs., or exceed two feet in 
length, one foot in width, or one in depth. 

Inland Post — Peintkd Papers. 
The prepaid rate is : — For every 2 ozs. or fraction thereof £d*. Limit of 
weight, 2 lbs. The limit of size is same as applicable to letters. 

The printed paper rate is not intended for samples or for goods, and 
anything sent at this rate must fall clearly within the following definition — 
a packet not exceeding 2 lbs. in weight containing one or more of the following 
articles, that is : — Books, or works of literary character with or without 
written dedications, and any other written or printed matter not in the 
nature of a letter ; sketches, paintings, engravings, photographic prints ; 
maps, plans, and charts. The following documents may also be sent : — 
Commercial or business papers of a formal character, namely, invoices, 
orders for goods or for work, confirmations of orders, advice notes of 
the despatch or receipt of letters, documents, goods, or money (with or 
without instructions for their further treatment), waybills, bills of 
lading, receipts for goods or money, statements of account, price 
lists, prices current, market reports, delivery and shipping notes, tenders 
for goods or advertisements, quotations for goods, estimates for work, 
inquiries for quotations, contract notes and confirmations, share 
transfer notices, applications for employment. Notices of assess- 
ments and applications for payment of rates issued by officers 
employed in the collection of rates. Notices relating to registration of 
voters at parliamentary and local government elections. Notices, 
certificates, reports, and returns given or made to or by public officers 
and local authorities or other public bodies in discharge of their public 
duties. Lists and tabular statements. Conditions. — That the docu- 
ment consist of an appropriate printed form, and that any writing refer 
solely to its subject-matter, or consist of formulas of courtesy or of a 
conventional character not exceeding five words or initials. 
Deeds, agreements, affidavits, orders of Court, briefs, proposals and 
policies of insurance, and formal papers necessarily incident to 
insurance (including National Health Insurance Cards bearing cancelled 
stamps), powers of attorney, proxy papers, licences, voting papers, 
testimonials, and certificates ; also copies of same. Conditions. — 
That nothing appear in the document in writing which does not form 
a necessary part thereof. 
Circulars (that is, printed notices and letters), printed visiting cards, 
Christmas, New Year, Easter, and birthday cards. Conditions. — That 
nothing appear in writing in the document except dates, hours, and 
particulars of times ; names, addresses, and descriptions of parties ; 
particulars of goods and of sums of money ; mode of consignment or 
delivery of goods or money ; terms of business ; index or reference 
numbers and letters ; corrections of errors in print ; place, character, 
and objects of meetings or appointments ; formulas of courtesy or of a 
conventional character not exceeding five words or initials. 
Manuscript for press and printed proofs (including information for 
insertion in directories and similar publications) with corrections and 

* Subject to posting- before 6 p.m. After that hour printed papers prepaid \A are 
detained until following day. The minimum rate of postage for all packets sent at 
the printed paper rate and intended for despatch \>y the night mail, is one penny, if 
posted after the specified time. 

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146 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

instructions. Conditions. — That any writing not forming part of the 
document itself refer solely to the arrangement or correction of the 
type or to the execution of the work. 
Educational exercises and examination papers, with comments, correc- 
tions, and instructions. Conditions. — That any writing not forming 
part of the document itself refer solely to the subject-matter of the 
exercise or to the questions put or the answers thereto. 
Anything necessary or convenient for the safe transmission of the before- 
mentioned articles when transmitted in the same packet with the 
article for which it is used. 
In the above definition expressions referring to print or printing shall 
be taken to refer to any species of typeprinting easy to recognize, and 
to include lithography, handstamping, or any mechanical process 
ordinarily used to produce a number of identical copies of written 
matter, and easy to recognize ; and in relation to circulars * shall be 
taken to include typeprinting after the fashion or in imitation of 
typewriting, and also the reproduction of typewriting by the mimeo- 
graph or other mechanical process ordinarily used to produce a number 
of identical copies of written matter. 
Expressions referring to writing shall be taken to include typewriting or 

similar mechanical process. 
Paper money f is not transmissible as printed paper. 

A printed paper may be posted without a cover, or in an unfastened 

cover, or in a cover which can be easily removed for examination 

without breaking any seal or tearing any paper or separating any 

adhering surfaces or cutting any string. 

Objection is not raised to the use for the open post of a small envelope not 

exceeding 3J ins. in depth with a "tuck-in" flap not exceeding 6 ins. in width, 

nor to the use of any other envelope with a " tuck-in" flap, if the opening 

does not exceed 4J ins. in width. In the case of larger envelopes specially 

shaped flaps should be used, or a blunt metal fastener which is not dangerous 

to goods or hands. Fastenings must not interfere with the easy examination 

of contents. 

Inland Post — Samples. 
The prepaid rate on Sample Packets is : — Not exceeding 4 oz. in weight, 
Id (minimum charge) ; between 4 oz. and 6 oz., l-|d ; between 6 oz. and 8 oz. , 
2d. The limit weight is 8 ozs. The limits of the sizes are : — 12 inches in 
length, 8 inches in width, or 4 inches in depth. The use of the Sample Post 
is restricted to bona fide trade samples, and no article is admissible unless it 
be in fact a specimen of goods for sale. The specimen must be in itself 
without saleable value. The Sample Post must not be used in any circum- 
stances for the conveyance of goods for sale or consigned in the execution of 
an order (however small the quantity) sent from a dealer to an actual, or 
possible, purchaser, or for the transmission of articles from one private 
person to another. For regulations see "Post Office Guide." 
Prepayment of Correspondence in Monet. 
Every kind of Inland Correspondence, may be prepaid in money, provided 
that the articles are chargeable with a uniform rate of postage ; that the 
amount paid be in no case less than 10/-, and that the letters and packets be tied 
in bundles of 60 (or in the case of bulky packets, in bundles of a convenient 

*Circulars wholly or partly printed in imitation of typewriting:, or reproduced from 
a typewritten original by a mechanical process ordinarily used to produce a number 
of identical copies, are admissible at the printed paper rate only if (a) they are handed 
in at a Head or Branch Post Office, Town Sub-Office, or certain Rural Sub-Offices ; 
(6) special attention is drawn to their nature ; (c) at least 20 copies are posted at the 
same time ; (d) a special declaration is signed by the sender. The circulars should be 
tied in bundles of convenient size with addresses all facing one way. 

tThe term " paper money " means bank notes, money orders, postal orders, unobli- 
terated postage or revenue stamps, exchequer bills, bank post bills, bills of exchange, 
promissory notes, cheques, credit notes which entitle the holder to money or goods, 
orders and authorities for payment of money, bonds, coupons, securities for money. 
But the following are not excluded from the book post : — Stamped proxy papers, 
or a stamped and addressed card, wrapper, label, or envelope forwarded in order 
that such may be returned through the post. 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 147 

size, each containing 10 packets or a multiple of 10), with the addresses all 
arranged in the same direction. Hours of posting under this arrangement, 
9 a.m. till 4 p.m. 

Express Delivery of Letters and Parcels. 

(1) By special messenger all the way. The Express fee (inclusive of charges 

for omnibus, tramcar, railway, <fec), is : — For every mile or part of a 
mile, 6d ; and on each packet weighing more than 1 lb. a weight fee 
of 3d. (Ordinary postage is not charged). Every packet must be 
handed in over the counter, and must have the word "Express" 
boldly marked above address. If the sender desires, or it is otherwise 
necessary, that a special conveyance be used, the fare or cost of such 
must be paid in addition, but the weight fee is not charged in this case. 
When several packets are tendered by one sender for delivery by the 
same messenger at different addresses, or to different persons at same 

P address, the Express fee of 6d a mile will be charged for the full 

distance to be traversed by the messenger, and an additional fixed 
charge of Id for each article above one. 

(2) By special messenger after transmission by post. In addition to the full 

ordinary postage the Express fee is : — For every mile or part of a mile 
from office of delivery, 6d (weight fee is not charged). Letters may 
be posted like ordinary letters, but they must be marked " Express 
Delivery," and have a thick perpendicular line drawn on each side. 

(3) By special delivery in advance of the ordinary mail. Persons who 

desire at any time to receive their letters or parcels in advance of the 
ordinary delivery may have them delivered by special messenger on 
payment of the following fees, viz. : — The full Express fee of 6d a 
mile as for one packet, and Id for every 10, or less number of addi- 
tional packets. 

(4) Express Delivery on Sundays. 

(5) By special messenger after transmission by telephone. 

For full particulars apply to any Post Office. 

Railex Service. 
Under this service the Post Office undertakes the entire transmission of a 
Railway Letter. For an inclusive charge of 2s fid, any Post Office which 
transacts Express Delivery business will accept a letter not exceeding 2 oz. 
in weight, convey it to the appropriate railway station, dispatch it by train 
to a station in Great Britain or Northern Ireland, arrange for a messenger 
to meet the train and deliver the letter at its address. 

Inland Parcel Post. 

The rates are as follows : — Not exceeding 3 lbs. 6d, 4 lbs. 7d, 5 lbs. Sd, 
6 lbs. 9d, 7 lbs. lOd, 8 lbs. lid, 15 lbs. Is. Limit of weight, 15 lbs. Limits 
of size, length, 3 ft. 6 in. ; length and girth combined, 6 ft. 

Parcels must not be posted in a letter-box, but must be taken into a Post 
Office and handed over the counter. A certificate of posting may be had on 
application. The name and address of the sender should appear on the out- 
side of every parcel. 

Parcels containing fish, game, meat, eggs, razors, scissors, knives, liquids, 
powders, live bees, &c, are not accepted unless securely packed so as to guard 
against risk of injury. 

Inland Cash on Delivery Service. 
The Inland Cash on Delivery (C.O.D.) Parcel Service applies to everything 
transmissible by Parcel Post. Under this service the value of a parcel will, 
up to a maximum of £40, be collected from the addressee by the Post Office 
and remitted immediately to the sender by means of a special order. Parcels, 
ordinary or registered, may be posted (C.O.D.) at any Money Order Post 
Office. Parcels not exceeding £10 in value will be delivered at any address in 
Great Britain and Northern Ireland (including the Channel Islands and the 
Isle of Man) upon payment by the addressee to the postman of the amount 
to be collected ; for those which exceed £10 in value the addressee will be re- 
quired to pay the amount to be collected at the Post Office indicated upon an 
advice note which will be sent to him. The service does not apply to the 
Irish Free State in either direction. 



148 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

The C.O.D. fees, which are additional to the ordinary parcel postage, vary 
according to the amount to be collected (Trade Charge) and are fixed on the 
following scale :— Trade Charge not exceeding 10s, 4d ; £1, 6d; £2, 8d ; £5, 
lOd ; £10, Is : and 2d for each additional £5 or fraction of £5 up to the max- 
imum of £40. 

The sender will be required to write on an adhesive address label — supplied 
free on demand — or on the cover of the parcel : — (1) The name and address of 
the addressee ; (2) His own name and address ; (3) The amount of the Trade 
Charge ; and to fill up the special Trade Charge Form which will be handed 
to him. The ordinary postage must be prepaid by means of a stamp or stamps 
affixed to the parcel (or address label). The C.O.D. fee must be prepaid by 
a postage stamp or stamps affixed to the counterfoil of the Trade Charge 
Form. A certificate of posting will be given if desired as in the case of an 
ordinary parcel. 

The Trade Charge will be remitted to the sender of the parcel by means of 
a "crossed" order, similar to a Money Order. This order will not be 
negotiable and will normally be paid into the payee's banking account ; but 
special arrangements will be made for payees who have no banking account to 
receive the money in cash from the Post Office, subject to proof of identity. 

The Post Office accepts the same responsibility for a C.O.D. Parcel as for 
an ordinary parcel, registered or unregistered as the case may be. For a 
Trade Charge Order its responsibility is the same as for a Money Order. 

C.O.D. system applies also to consignment of goods by rail. For full 
particulars apply to any Post Office. 

Certificates of Posting of Unregistered Correspondence. 
Any person who desires proof that an unregistered letter, card, halfpenny 
packet, or newspaper has been duly posted should hand in the letter or 
other article at a Post Office and ask for a certificate of posting — fee, ^d. 

Poste Restante. 

Correspondence of any kind to be called for is, as a rule, taken in at all 
Post Offices except Town Sub-Offices. The words "to be called for" or 
"Poste Restante " should appear in the address. The Poste Restante is for 
accommodation of strangers and travellers, but the}' may not use it for more 
than three months. 

Registration and Compensation — Inland. 

Correspondence of any kind (including parcels) can be registered. The 
ordinary registration fee is 3d, in addition to the postage. 

Registered Letter Envelopes (for Inland and Foreign Letters) bearing a 
4|d stamp embossed on the flap for registration fee 3d and postage Ljd, are 
sold as follows :— Size F (5£ ins. x 3| ins.), 5d each ; G (6| ins. x 3| ins.), 5d 
each ; H (8 ins. x 5 ins.), 5jd each ; H2 (9 ins. x 4 ins.), 5^d each ; K (11J 
ins. x 6 ins.), 6|d each. 

Everything intended for registration must be handed to an officer of the Post 
Office, and a receipt obtained. The packet must be made up in a strong cover, 
fastened with gum or other adhesive, but this does not apply to post-cards, 
printed papers, nor newspapers. If it be desired to secure compensation 
for damage to a packet (other than a parcel), it must bear the words "Fragile, 
with care. " If a packet is fastened by means of strips of adhesive paper or 
tape, each strip must bear, stamped or printed on it, some mark or word 
distinctive of the sender, such as his initials or name, or must be signed or 
initialed by him or by the person who tenders the packet for registration. 

Packets for registration must be marked in the bottom left-hand corner 
with the word " Registered," and, when the fee exceeds 3d, with the amount 
of the fee proper to the value up to which the sender desires to secure com- 
pensation, thus, "Registered 4d," and so on. The sender of an Inland postal 
packet may obtain an acknowledgment of its due delivery by paying, at the 
time of posting, a fee of 3d in addition to the postage and registration fee. 

Inland postal packets containing coin, watches, or jewellery, if posted 
without registration, are subject to compulsory registration, and are charged 
on delivery with a fee of 6d, in addition to the ordinary postage. Letters 
containing uncrossed Postal Orders in which the name of the payee has not 
been inserted, uncrossed cheques or dividend warrants, bank notes, postage 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 149 

stamps, or any article (other than, coin and jewellery) of a value in each case 
of 10s or over, will, when found open in the post, or when opened in the 
Returned Letter Office, be subject to registration, and be chargeable with a 
registration fee of 3d. Money of any kind must be enclosed in a Registered 
Letter Envelope and transmitted by Registered Letter Post. The compensa- 
tion in respect of coin will in no case exceed £5. 

The Postmaster-General will (subject to certain rules) pay compensation 
for the loss or damage of Correspondence as follows : — 

(1) Registered Correspondence (including Parcels). — Fee 3d, Compensation 

£5 ; Fee 4d, Compensation £20 ; and so on at the rate of Id for every 
£20 up to £400. 

(2) Unregistered Parcels. — Limit of compensation, £3 ; to or from Irish 

Free State, £2. No compensation is given in respect of money of 
any kind sent by Parcel Post, whether registered or not, or in 
respect of jewellery sent by Parcel Post unregistered. To secure 
compensation a certificate of posting should be obtained when a 
parcel is posted. 

(3) Express Correspondence. — Compensation according to the ordinary scale 

is paid in respect of Correspondence of the kinds specified in Sections 
(1) and (2), when sent by Express Service ; and up to £2 for Un- 
registered Packets (not money nor jewellery) conveyed by special 
messenger throughout their whole course. 

"Blind Literature" Post. 
Literature impressed for the use of the blind may be sent by post at the fol- 
lowing rates: — Not exceeding 2 lb., gd; exceeding 2 lb. and not exceeding 
5 lbs., Id; exceeding 5 lbs. and not exceeding 6J lbs., lid. The packet must 
not contain anything written or printed in ordinary type, except title and con- 
tents, key to the type, and a label for return of the packet. It must bear on 
the outside the words "Literature for the Blind," and address of sender, 
and it must be posted either without a cover or in a cover open at both ends. 
Re-direction. 
Letters, post cards, printed papers, and newspapers are not liable to addi- 
tional postage for re-direction, whether re-directed by an officer of the Post 
Office or by an agent of the addressee after delivery, provided in the latter case 
that the letters, &c. , are re-posted not later than the day (Sundays and public 
holidays not being counted) after delivery, and that they do not appear to 
have been opened or tampered with. 

Parcels are, when re-directed, liable to additional postage at the prepaid 
rate for each re-direction, except where the original and corrected addresses 
are both within a delivery from the same Post Office. 

Registered letters, &c, when re-directed, must be taken back to the 
Post Office to be dealt with as registered. 

A Postmaster is not bound to re-direct letters for a person temporarily 
leaving home (unless the house be left uninhabited), nor to re-direct letters 
addressed to clubs, hotels, boarding-houses, or lodgings. 
Monet Orders. 
The commission on Inland Money Orders is : — For sums not exceeding 
£3— 4d ; £10— 6d ; £20— 8d ; £30— lOd ; £40— Is. 

The remitter of an Inland Order may direct at the time of issue, that the 
Order be crossed like a cheque thus, & Co., and thus be payable only through 
a Bank, or he may cross the Order after obtaining it. Payment may be 
deferred, if desired, for any period not exceeding 10 days. 

Money Orders for amounts not exceeding £40 are issued free of charge when 
required for the remittance of Beer Duty, Corporation Duty, Income Tax, 
Inhabited House Duty, Land Tax, Land Value Duties, Excise Duties, Legacy 
and Succession Duties, or Probate and Estate Duty. 

Money may be transmitted by Telegraph Money Order in the United King- 
dom. The commission is : — (1) The ordinary Money Order poundage as 
above ; (2) a charge at the ordinary Inland rate for the Official Telegram 
authorizing payment at the Office of Payment, the minimum being 1/- ; and 
(3) a fee of 2d for each order. 



150 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

The Commission on Foreign Money Orders is as follows : — For Orders not 
exceeding £1, 6d ; above £1 and not exceeding £2, 1/- ; above £2 and not 
exceeding £3, 1/6 ; above £3 and not exceeding £4. 1/9 ; and so on — 
3d additional for each £1 or fraction of £1 up to the maximum amount of 
Order. 

Telegraph Money Orders may be sent to and from several Foreign 
Countries. The commission is : — Money Order poundage, charge for Tele- 
gram, and a supplementary fee of 6d or Is. 

Postal Orders. 

The following are the amounts for which Postal Orders are issued : — 
For 6d, Is, Is 6d, &c, rising by 6d up to 20s, also 21s. 
From 6d to 2s 6d inclusive, - poundage, Id. 
„ 3s to 15s „ - „ l|d. 

,, 15s 6d to 21s „ ,, 2d. 

The sender of a Postal Order may increase its value by an amount not 
exceeding 5d by affixing postage stamps not exceeding two in number to the 
face of the Order. Perforated stamps cannot be accepted for this purpose. 
If a Postal Order be crossed, payment will only be made through a Banker, 
and if the name of a Banker is added, payment will only be made through 
that Banker. 

British Postal Orders are also issued and paid in many British Possessions 
and Agencies abroad. 

Letters. 

The prepaid rate of postage on Letters from the United Kindom to other 
parts of the British Empire generally, Mandated Territories (except Trans- 
jordan), the United States of America, Egypt, and the British Post Office at 
Tangier is l^d for the first ounce, and Id for each additional ounce or 
fraction thereof. The rate to all other places abroad, including Iraq and 
Transjordan, is 2M for the first ounce, and l|d for each additional ounce or 
fraction thereof. 

No letter for a colony may exceed 2 feet in length or 18 inches in width 
or depth. For foreign countries the limit of size is 18 inches in any direction. 
International Reply Coupons, which are exchangeable in anj- country of the 
Postal Union for a stamp or stamps representing the postage on a single rate 
letter from that country for abroad, may be purchased at an} - Money Order 
Office in this country at the price of od each for the purpose of prepaying 
replies to letters. Imperial Coupons, exchangeable within the British Empire 
only for a stamp or stamps representing the postage on a single rate letter 
from the country of exchange for a destination within the Empire, may be 
purchased at the price of 2^d each at all offices which sell International 
Reply Coupons. Dutiable articles may be sent by letter post to certain 
countries, as shown in the "P.O. Guide." 

Imperial and Foreign Post Cards. 

The rates of postage for Imperial and Foreign Post Cards are : — Imperial, 
Id ; Foreign, l^d. Cards used as Post Cards must be of similar substance 
to the official cards ; not exceeding 5§ by 4| inches, and not less than 4 by 
2| inches. Reply-paid cards of private manufacture must display the title 
" Carte Postale avec rSponne paye'e" on the address side, but this is not 
obligatory for single cards of private manufacture. Reply halves of reply- 
paid cards must bear the words "Carte Postale — Reponse." 

The left-hand half of the address side of a Post Card, as well as the back, 
may be used for a written communication subject to the following restric- 
tions: — Nothing may be attached except stamps inpayment of postage, a 
gummed label not to exceed 2 by f inches bearing address of recipient, a 
similar label with address of sender, and illustrations and photos on very thin 
paper completely adherent to the card. 

Imperial and Foreign Printed Papers and Commercial Papers. 

The rate of postage on Printed Papers for all places abroad is ^d per 2 oz., 
and on Commercial Papers 2|d for the first 10 oz. and ^d per 2 oz. thereafter. 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 151 

Commercial Papers comprise all papers or documents written 
or drawn wholly or partly by hand (except letters or communica- 
tions in the nature of letters, or other papers or documents having 
the character of an actual and personal correspondence), documents of 
legal procedure, Deeds by public functionaries, copies of or extracts 
from Deeds under private seal stamped or unstamped, Way Bills, 
Bills of Lading, Invoices, Receipts for goods or money, and other 
documents of a mercantile character, documents of Insurance and 
other public companies, all kinds of manuscript music, manuscript of 
books and literary works, letters and post cards of old date which 
have already served their original purpose, pupils' exercises with cor- 
rections, but without comment, and other papers of a similar description. 

Printed Papers comprise impressions or copies obtained upon 
paper, parchment or card-board, by means of printing, lithography, 
engraving, photography, or any other mechanical process easy to recog- 
nize. This description includes newspapers, periodical works, books 
(stitched or bound), pamphlets, sheets of music, visiting cards, address 
cards, proofs of printing, plans, maps, catalogues, prospectuses, an- 
nouncements, circulars, notices, engravings, photographs, designs, 
manuscript for press (when sent with proofs of same), papers impressed 
for use of the blind, albums of photos, or card-board drawing models 
stamped in relief, and anything (not glass) usually appurtenant to the 
before-mentioned articles in the way of binding, mounting, or otherwise, 
and anything convenient for their safe transmission which shall be 
contained in the same packet. Postage stamps, obliterated or not, and 
all printed articles constituting the sign of a monetary value, are ex- 
cluded. The products of the copying press and the typewriter are not 
admitted, nor, as a rule, are printed papers which have been modified 
after printing, either by hand or by a mechanical process. But the 
following exceptions are allowed : — Printed circulars may be dated in 
manuscript or by a mechanical process, name and address of the 
sender and of the recipient, as well as his trade or profession, 
may be added ; on printed visiting cards and Christmas cards the 
address of the sender, or formulas of courtesy in not more than five 
words may be written, and on printed circulars manuscript cor- 
rections and insertions may be made as to names of commercial travel- 
lers, dates of journey, dates of departure of ships, names of persons 
invited to meetings, and the place, date, and object of the meetings ; 
date of despatch may be inserted in advices of goods ; printers' proofs 
may be corrected and the manuscript enclosed, errors in other printed 
documents may be corrected, and figures may be inserted in prices 
current, stock and share lists, &c. ; books, music, photos, engravings, and 
Christmas cards may contain the invoice relating to them ; books may 
have a dedication inscribed on them ; in orders for books printed on cards, 
the works required or offered may be indicated in manuscript ; to cuttings 
from periodicals, the title and date of the publication may be added. 
Circulars printed or lithographed in characters resembling those of the 
typewriter, or produced from typewritten originals, will be 

I admitted, provided that they are handed in at the counter of 

Post Office, that special attention is called to their nature, and that at 
least twenty copies are posted at the same time. 

Commercial Papers and Printed Papers may be posted either without a cover, 
or in an unfastened envelope, or in a cover easily removable for examination 
without breaking any seal or adhering surfaces. The packet may, however, 
be tied at the ends with string easy to unfasten. The name and address of 
the sender should be written or printed outside. 

The limit of size for British Colonies or Possessions or non-Union countries 
are 2 feet in length by 1^ feet in width or depth ; but to Foreign Countries, in- 
cluding Egypt, in the Postal Union the dimensions may not exceed 18 inches 
in any direction. If in the form of a roll the limits of size in either case are 
30 inches in length and 4 inches diam. The limits of weight are from 4 lbs. 
to 5 lbs. according to destination. 



152 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

Imperial and Foreign Samples. 

The rate of postage ou Sample Packets for all places abroad is Id for the first 
4 oz., and |d per 2 oz. thereafter. The Sample Post is restricted to samples of 
merchandise or scientific specimens. Articles liable to Custom Duties may be 
sent by Sample Post to certain countries only and under special regulations. 

Patterns or Samples, when practicable, must be sent in covers open at the 
ends, and in such a manner as to be easy of examination. But samples of 
seeds, drugs, and such like, may be posted enclosed in boxes or bags fastened 
in such a manner that they may be readily opened. 

There must be no writing or printing upon or in any Sample Packet for 
non- Union countries, except the address of the person for whom it is intended, 
the address of the sender, a trade mark or number, the price of the articles, 
the weight or size, and the quantity to be disposed of, or such as may be 
necessary to indicate the place of origin or the nature of the merchandise. A 
packet for a country in the Postal Union may contain Printed Papers, and if the 
rates for Commercial Papers be paid, it may also contain Commercial Papers. 

The limit of weight for British Colonies or Possessions or for non-Union 
countries is 5 lbs., but for Foreign Countries in Postal Union the limit is 1 lb. 

The limit of size for British Colonies or Possessions or for non-Union coun- 
tries is 2 feet in length by 1 foot in width or depth ; and for foreign places in 
the Postal Union 18 inches in length, 8 inches in width, or 4 inches in depth ; 
unless it be in the form of a roll, when the limit is 18 inches by 6 inches. 

Prepayment in Monet — Foreign. 

Postage on Postal Packets (except parcels) addressed to places abroad may 
be prepaid in money under arrangements similar to those shown on page 146. 

Magazine Post fob Canada and Newfoundland. 

British Newspapers, Magazines, and Trade Journals may be sent to Canada 
by direct Canadian packet, and to Newfoundland by direct packet or by Canada, 
at the following rates :— 6 oz., Id ; \\ lbs., 1-^1 ; 2 lbs., 2d ; 1\ lbs., 2Jd ; and 
so on up to 5 lbs., 5d ; limit of size, 2 feet in length by 18 ins. in width or depth. 
They must be posted without a cover or in a cover open at both ends and 
easily removable. Neither cover nor contents may bear any superscription 
except title and reference to registration, address of sender and addressee, index 
or reference numbers and letters, the words " with compliments," a reference 
to any place in the publication, and a request for return in case of non- 
delivery. All inland registered Newspapers are admissible ; and other 
Journals may be registered for Magazine Post under certain conditions. 

Spoilt Stamps. 

Applications for allowance on spoilt, or unused, postage stamps, embossed 

envelopes, post cards, or newspaper wrappers, which have not passed through 

the post, should be made on a form obtainable at any Money Order Office, 

and should be sent with the stamps to the Accountant, G.P.O., Edinburgh. 

Registration and Insurance — Foreign. 

The fee for registration of letters, post cards, commercial and printed 
papers and samples, addressed' to places abroad, is 3d. Articles to be 
registered must be enclosed in a strong envelope, and given to an agent of 
the Post Office. To some countries it is forbidden to send coin, jewellery, 
or precious articles. (For prices of Registered Letter Envelopes, see page 148. 

Letters and parcels may be insured (up to certain limits of value) 
to many foreign countries. Letters must be securely fastened and sealed 
with private seal, and presented at the counter of a Post Office. Parcels 
must be substantially packed, and sealed with wax or lead. Seals must be 
placed over each join or loose flap of the covering, and at the ends of the 
string. The seals must all have distinct impressions of the same device, 
such device not consisting merely of straight or curved lines. Parcels con- 
taining coin, watches, or jewellery must be enclosed in strong boxes 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 153 

substantially fastened in wrappers of canvas or strong paper, duly sealed 
Letters or uarcels for insurance must bear the words "Insured for ,' 



according to amount. The sums payable for insurance, including registra 
tion, are as follows : — To secure compensation up to £12, a fee of 5d; £24 
7d ; and so on at the rate of 2d for every additional £12, up to £400, 5s lid 
For information regarding foreign postage of articles of gold and silver, 
precious stones, &c, see current copy of Post Office Guide. 

Compensation for Loss or Damage of Uninsured Parcels. 
The Postmaster-General will, subject to certain rules, give compensation for 
the loss or damage of uninsured parcels sent by Parcel Post to various Foreign 
Countries when such loss or damage takes place while the parcels are under 
his custody. The compensation paid will in no case exceed £1 12s for a 
parcel exceeding 11 lbs., or £1 for a parcel not exceeding 11 lbs. In the 
services with certain countries a lower limit than £1 is in force for light 
parcels. In the case of parcels lost or damaged while under the control of 
the Post Offices of these countries, the Postmaster-General will endeavour to 
obtain compensation for the senders. 

Cash on Delivery Service. 
This arrangement for collecting from the recipient, for remittance to the 
sender, by Money Order or Postal Order, the value of articles sent bypost, is 
in operation between Britain and the following countries : — Aden, Algeria, 
Antigua, Azores, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Bermuda, British Guiana, 
British Honduras, British North Borneo, British Somaliland, China, Corsica, 
Ceylon, Cyprus, Czechoslovakia, Danzig, Denmark, Dutch Guiana, Dutch 
East and West Indies, Egypt, Estonia, Falkland Islands (Port Stanley only), 
Faroe Islands, Fiji, Finland, France, Gibraltar, Gold Coast, Grenada, 
Holland, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Iraq, Jamaica, Kenya and Uganda, 
Latvia, Leeward Islands, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Madeira, Malay, Malta, 
Mauritius, Morocco (Tangier only), North Borneo, Nyasaland, Norway, 
Palestine, Poland, Portugal, Rhodesia (Northern and Southern), St Lucia, 
St Vincent, Sarawak, Seychelles, Shanghai, Sierra Leone, Straits 
Settlements, Sudan, Sweden, Switzerland, Tanganyika, Trinidad, Zanzibar. 
The amount to be collected, or "Trade Charge," may not exceed £20 or £40 
according to destination. Articles must be sent as parcels. The sender must 
fill up a special Trade Charge Card (no erasure or alteration allowed), and 
also write on the cover of the parcel, or on a label affixed to the cover, his 
name and address and the word "Remboursement," followed by the amount 
in sterling of the Trade Charge. 

The packet must be handed in at a Head or Branch Post Office, where 
the sender must obtain a certificate of posting, which is to be given up when 
the Money Order or Postal Order is presented for payment. The amount of 
the Trade Charge will be remitted directly to the sender, after deduction of 
fee due to office of delivery, and commission on Money Order or Postal Order. 
Rates charged as fee and commission for the various countries may be 
ascertained at Post Office. 

Imperial and Foreign Parcel Post — general regulations. 
A parcel must not be posted in a letter box, but must be presented at the 
counter of a Post Office. The sender is required to make a Customs declara- 
tion furnishing a statement of the contents and value, the date of posting, 
and other particulars. Senders of parcels for certain countries may take 
upon themselves the payment of the Customs charges if they so desire. 

No letter whatever may be sent in a parcel addressed to any Foreign 
Country, or to many British possessions. Invoices in open envelopes may, 
however, be enclosed. Coin, jewellery, or any article of gold or silver, cannot 
be sent by Parcel Post to any Foreign Country or British Possession included 
in the insurance system, unless they are insured for at least part of their 
value, and packed according to special regulations. 

Parcels should be securely packed ; cardboard or ordinary brown paper is 
not, in general, sufficient packing for a parcel sent to a place abroad. 

Arrangements have been made" whereby parcels up to 22 lbs. in weight may 
be accepted for certain Colonies and Foreign Countries. 



154 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 
IMPERIAL AND FOREIGN PARCEL POST. 



Place of 
Destination. 


Route. 


Rates of Postage. 






Parcels not exceeding 








21b. 


3 1b. 


7 1b. 


111b. 


22 1b. 










S. D. 


S. D. 


S. D. 


S. D. 


S. D. 




Aden 


?. & 0. Line direct. . 


2 


2 


3 9 


5 3 


8 3 


(Limit, 
20 lb.) 




Argentine Republic 


3y sea direct 


3 


3 


4 3 


5 6 


9 3 






Australia 


By sea direct 

Via France 


Not over 1 lb., Is 4d ; for each 
additional lb. up to 11 lbs., 6d 

Not over 1 lb., Is 8d ; for each 
additional lb. up to 11 lbs. ,7d 






*Austria 


3elgium & Germany 


2 6 


3 3 1 


3 3 


3 9 


5 9 






♦Belgium 


Direct daily 


1 9 


1 9 


2 6 


3 


4 6 






Brazil 


By sea direct 


3 3 


4 3 


4 3 


5 3 


8 3 






Canada 


By Direct Packet 


2 3 


2 3 


4 3 


6 


9 






Cape of Good Hope 


See S. Africa (Brit.) 












15 1b. 




*Ceylon 


By sea direct 


2 


2 


3 9 


5 3 


7 9 








Via France 


2 6 


4 6 


4 6 


6 


9 3 






China (Chin'e P.O.'s) 


















(1) Except Yunnan 


Via Suez 


2 9 


2 9 


3 9 


4 9 


8 3 


a 






Via Canada 


4 6 


4 6 


7 3 


LO 3 


17 9 






(2) Yunnan only 


Via Hong Kong 


3 


4 9 


4 9 


5 6 


9 9 






Cyprus 


P. & 0. Line to Egypt 


2 6 


2 6 


3 9 


5 


8 3 








Via France 


2 9 


4 6 


4 6 


5 9 


9 6 






♦Czecho-Slovakia . . 


Via Dover 


1 9 


2 9 


2 9 


3 3 


5 








Sea to Hamburg 


1 6 


2 6 


2 6 


3 


4 9 






♦Denmark 


By sea direct 


1 6 


2 3 


2 3 


3 


4 6 






Dutch East Indies . . 


Via Suez 


4 


5 6 


5 6 


6 3 


10 3 






♦Egypt 


By sea direct 


2 


2 


3 6 


4 6 


7 3 








Via France 


2 6 


4 


4 


5 3 


8 9 






♦France 


Via Calais 


1 6 


2 3 


2 3 


2 9 


4 3 






♦Germany 


Via Ostend 


1 9 


2 9 


2 9 


3 3 


5 








By sea direct 


1 6 


2 6 


2 6 


3 


4 9 






Gibraltar 


P. & 0. from Thames 


1 6 


1 6 


2 9 


3 9 


6 3 






Gold Coast Colony . . 


Elder- Dempster 


















Lines 


2 6 


2 6 


3 6 


4 9 


7 






Greece 


By sea direct 


1 6 


3 3 


3 3 


3 9 


5 9 








Via France 


2 6 


4 6 


4 6 


5 


7 9 






♦Holland 


Sea direct daily 


1 9 


1 9 


2 6 


3 


4 6 






Hong Kong 




1 9 


1 9 


2 9 


3 9 


6 9 






♦Hungary 


Via Germany 


2 6 


3 9 


3 9 


4 3 


6 9 






♦India 


P. & 0. Line direct 


2 


2 


3 9 


5 3 


8 3 








Via France 


2 6 


4 6 


4 6 


6 


9 6 






Italy 


Via France 


2 


3 3 


3 3 


3 9 


5 9 






Jamaica 


By sea direct 


1 6 


1 6 


3 


4 


6 6 






Japan 


Via Canada or U.S.A. 


3 9 


3 9 


6 3 


9 3 











Via Suez 


2 


2 


2 9 


3 9 









Luxemburg 


Via Belgium 


1 6 


2 3 


2 3 


2 9 


4 






Madeira 


Direct 


2 


2 


3 


3 6 


5 9 






Malay States 


P. & 0. & Holt Lines 


2 


2 


3 3 


4 6 


7 9 






Malli. .. 


By sea direct 


1 6 


1 6 


2 9 


3 3 


6 






Mexico 


Direct 


2 3 


2 3 


3 9 


5 3 


8 3 








Via U.S.A. 


3 6 


3 6 


6 3 


9 6 


15 6 






Natal 


SeeS. Africa (Brit.) 
















New Zealand 


Via Australia 

By sea direct, via 


2 3 


2 3 


4 


6 3 


9 3 








Panama 


2 6 


2 6 


4 6 


6 3 


9 9 






♦Norway 


Norwegian Mail Line 


2 


3 


3 


3 6 


5 9 






Orange Free State . . 


See S. Africa (Brit.) 
















Palestine 


Sea to Egypt 


2 3 


2 3 


3 6 


4 6 


8 






Peru — All depart- 


















ments except Loreto 


Via Steam Nav. Line 


3 9 


5 


5 


6 3 


9 9 








Via New York 


3 9 


5 


5 


6 


9 6 






Department of 


















Loreto 


Via Booth Line 


3 9 


5 


5 


6 


10 






♦ Also by Air Mail. 



















POSTAL DIRECTORY. 



155 



Place of 
Destination. 


Route. 


Rates of Postage. 




Parcels not exceeding 






21b. 


3 lb. 


7 1b. 


111b. 


221b. 








S. D. 


S. D. 


S. D. 


S. D. 


S. D. 


Philippine Islands . . 


Via Suez 


2 9 


2 9 


4 


5 3 


9 3 






Via U.S.A. 


3 3 


3 3 


7 


11 3 


20 




*Poland 


Via Germany 


2 


3 


3 


3 9 


5 9 






Sea direct 


1 6 


2 6 


2 6 


3 3 


5 




Portugal 


Direct 


2 


2 


3 


3 3 


5 3 




Rhodesia 


See South Africa 














Roumania 


Via Germany 


2 3 


3 9 


3 9 


4 


6 9 




Sierra Leone.. 


Elder-Dempster 


2 6 


2 6 


3 6 


4 9 


7 




*South Af ri ca(Cape of 








Good Hope, Natal, 








Orange Free State, 








Transvaal) 


Union Castle Line 


9d per lb. up to 11 lbs. 




S. Rhodesia 


Via Cape Town 


1/4 per lb. up to 11 lbs. 






FromThamestoBeira 


3 6 | 3 6 | S 6 | 7 | — 




N. Rhodesia 


Via Cape Town 


1/8 per lb. up to 11 lbs. 






Via Antwerp 


4 | 7 9 | 7 9 | 9 3 | — 




Br. Bechuanaland 


Via Cape Town 


9d per lb. up to 11 lbs. 




S. W. Africa 


Via Cape Town 


1/- per lb. up to 11 lbs. 




Spain 


Via France 


2 9 


3 9 


3 9 


4 3 


6 6 




Straits Settlements 


Via Suez 


2 


2 


3 3 


4 6 


7 9 




*Sweden 


By Sea (Direct) 


2 


2 


3 


4 3 


6 






Via Denmark 


2 3 


3 6 


3 6 


4 6 


6 6 




'Switzerland 


Via France 


2 


3 


3 


3 3 


5 3 




Transvaal 


See South Africa 














Union of Soviet Soci- 
















alist Republics — 
















1. Europe 


By sea to Estonia 


3 6 


4 


4 


4 6 


8 






Via Germany 


4 6 


5 9 


5 9 


6 3 


11 6 




2. Asia .. 


By sea to Estonia 


5 3 


5 9 


5 9 


6 3 


11 6 






Via Germany 


6 6 


7 9 


7 9 


8 3 


15 6 




U.S. of America 


Cunard & White Star 














(including Alaska) 


Lines 


2 


2 


3 9 


5 9 


9 9 




Venezuela 


Sea direct 


4 


4 


5 3 


6 6 


— 




Yugo-Slavia . . 


France and Italy 


2 6 


3 6 


3 6 


4 


6 3 




* Also by Air Mail. 

















Post Office Telegraphs.— Inland Telegrams. 

Ordinary Telegrams. — The charge is 6d for the first nine words, including 
the address, and Id for each additional word. 

Priority Telegrams. — Priority telegrams, which are given preference at 
all stages of treatment, may be sent on payment of a fiat rate of 6d in 
addition to the ordinary rate. 

Telegrams handed in on Sundays in Scotland are charged 6d extra. 

When the terminal office is a Head Post Office, the amount paid for 
transmission covers the cost of delivery within three miles or within the town 
postal delivery when that extends for more than three miles. But when it is 
not a Head Post Office, the message is delivered free within three miles only. 
The porterage on messages for places beyond the limits of the free delivery 
will be at the rate of 6d a mile or part of a mile, the charge being reckoned 
from the limit of the free delivery. 

Copies of a telegram directed to more than one person in the same free 
delivery are delivered at a charge of 4d for every copy beyond the first, in 
addition to the ordinary telegram charges for the number of words in the 
addresses and text. Telegrams may be repeated, if the sender desires it, at 
one- half the ordinary tariff. 

Batches of identical telegrams to 100 or more addresses in Great Britain 
may be sent at the following rates : — The charge for each telegram in the 
batch is 4d for each sixteen words of text, and Id for each additional four 
words of text. No charge is made for the addresses. 

Persons not wishing to send to a Telegraph Office may post a telegram in an 
envelope addressed "Telegram, Immediate" in a wall or pillar-box, or Sub- 



156 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

Post Office. Telegrams so posted are sent on by next collection to the 
Telegraph Office for transmission free of extra charge, provided that the 
proper amounts have been prepaid. 

Messages may be sent by Telephone from subscribers or from Public Call 
Offices for onward transmission as telegrams to a Telegraph Office. A local 
telephone fee is charged to subscribers in respect of each call made to the 
local Telegraph Office, or to Edinburgh when the local office is closed for 
Telegraph business. 

Anyone may register an abbreviated address on payment of a registration 
in accordance with the following scale of charges : — For a period not exceed- 
ing 3 months, 12s 6d ; for a period exceeding 3 months but not exceeding 6 
monbhs, £1 5s; for a period exceeding 6 months but not exceeding 9 months, 
£1 15s ; for a period exceeding 9 months but not exceeding 1 year, £2. 

The cost of a reply, not exceeding forty-eight words, may be prepaid, and a 
reply form will then be delivered to the addressee, who will be at liberty to 
use it for any inland message, at any time within twelve months. 

Night Telegraph Letter Service. 

Night Telegraph Letters may be sent to any address in Great Britain or 
Northern Ireland except to the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, the Scilly 
Isles, Islay, the Outer Hebrides, Mull, and the Orkneys and Shetlands ; and 
to the following towns in the Irish Free State, viz., Cobh (or Queenstown), 
Cork, and Dublin. The rate is Is for 36 words or less (Is 6d to Irish Free 
State), and Id for every 3 words beyond 36. The usual fee of 6d in addition 
is charged on Sundays. 

Night Telegraph Letters must be in plain language. They should be written 
on telegram forms and the charges prepaid in postage stamps. They may be 
accepted at any time, either by telephone or over the counter. 

A Night Telegraph Letter will be delivered at two or more addresses all in 
the same place of free delivery on prepayment of the ordinary Night Telegraph 
Letter charges for the total number of words in the addresses and text in addi- 
tion to a charge of 4d for every copy beyond the first. Each address must be 
complete in itself. The whole of London will for this purpose be regarded as 
within the same free delivery. Registered telegraphic addresses not accepted. 

Foreign Telegrams. 

In telegrams written in plain language (English or French) the length 
allowed for a word is 15 letters. Additional letters are charged for at the 
rate of 15 letters to the word. 

Subject to the limit as to number of letters, ordinary compound words and 
names of persons and places, &c, written without break or interruption, are 
counted a3 single words. If joined by a hyphen, or separated by an apostrophe, 
they are counted as so many separate words. Compound numbers written in 
words and without break are also counted as single words subject to the same 
limit as to the number of letters. The name of the office of destination in the 
address is charged for as one word whatever its length ; and when the name 
of the country, state, province, or district has to be added the whole expression 
is charged for as one word. Every separate letter or figure is charged for as 
one word. Groups of letters in cypher and groups of figures are counted at 
the rate of five to a word. Bars of division, decimal points, and stops used 
in the formation of numbers are counted as figures. 

Telegrams in Code language must be written in one of the authorised codes. 

Radio-telegrams. 

Radiotelegrams are accepted at any Telegraph Office for transmission to 
ships equipped with wireless telegraph apparatus in any part of the world. 

Services. — (1) Short distances (List British Coast Stations, 250 miles). 
Rates from 3^d to lid per word ; 1/3 minimum. (2) 2,000 mile range, lid 
per word ; (3) Special world-wide services (Rugby radio and Portishead 
radio), 1/6 per word; no minimum. Open address. — When the sender is 
uncertain as to the appropriate coast station, the radio should bear an 
open address thus: "Jones Olympic Wireless." Abbreviated addresses 
for use in connection with radiotelegrams only can be arranged through the 
Head Postmaster. Fee, 2/6 per annum. 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 



157 



EXTRA-EUBOPEAN TELEGRAMS. 

Telegrams in plain language are accepted at the " Deferred Rate" on condition that they 
may, if necessary, be deferred during transmission in favour of Full-Rate Telegrams. 





Ordnry. 


Deferr'd 




Ordnry. 


Deferr'd 




Rate. 


Rate. 




Rate. 


Rate. 


Aden each word 


1 8 


10 


Gilbert and Ellis Islands 


2/2 & 2/8 


1/1 to 1/4 


Afghanistan 


1 3 


74 


Guam Islands 


3 1 


1 64 


Angola 


3 11 


1 Hi 


Guiana — British 


2/2 to 2/7 


1/1-1/34 


Annam 


2/2 & 3/1 


1/1&1/6| 


Dutch .. 


2 


1 


Antigua 


2 2 


1 1 


French 


3/0 & 3/4 


1/6 & 1/8 


Argentine Republic 


2 1 


1 04 


Honduras— British 


2 3 


i 14 


Aruba 


2 


1 


Independent 


2 7 


1 34 


Ascension 


2 


1 


India 


1 3 


o 74 


Australia 


1/8 & 2/ 


10d&l/ 


Indo-China — French 


2/2, 3/1 


1/1, 1/64 


Bahamas 


1 11 


o Hi 


Iraq 


1 8 


10 


Bermuda 


2 2 


l i 


Japan 


2 9 


i *4 


Bolivia 


2/5 to 3/5 


1/24-1/84 


Kamaran Island 


2 8 




Brazil — Pernambuco 


1 7 


%\ 


Kwang Tung Peninsula 


2 9 


l"*i 


Other places 


2/2 to 3/9 


1/1-1/lOi 


Labuan 


2 10 


1 5 


British Central Africa — 






Liberia 


3/0 to 3/5 


1/6 - 1/84 


(Nyassaland) 


1/8 & 1/7 


10d&9Jd 


Loyalty Islands 


3 


1 6 


British New Guinea 


2/1-3/1 


1/04-1/6A 


Madagascar 


2 3 


i 14 


Brunei „ 


3 3 


1 7i 


Madeira 


1/0 & 1/1 


6d-64d 


Burma , , 


1 3 


7i 


Makatea Island 


3 2 


1 7 


Canada — 






Malay Peninsula 


2 10 


1 5 


Alberta 


1 3 


o n 


Marquesas Islands 


3 2 


1 7 


British Columbia 


1/3 to 1/8 


7id-10d 


Marshall Islands 


2/5 to 2/9 


1/24-1/44 


Cape Breton 


9 


4 


Mauritius 


1 8 


10 


Manitoba 


1 2 


7 


Mexico 


1 9 


o ioi 


New Brunswick, Nova 






Midway Island 


2 8 


1 4 


Scotia, Ontario, Pr'ce 






Nepal 


1 3 


74 


Edward Isl'd, Quebec 


9 


4 


New Caledonia 


2 6 


1 3 


Saskatchewan 


1 3 


7i 


Newfoundland- -Labrador 


11 


54 


Yukon 


2 6 


1 3 


Other places 


9 


4£ 


Cape Verd Islands — 






New Guinea 


2/1 - 3/1 


L/04-1/64 


St Vincent and St 






New Hebrides 


2 2 


1 1 


Thiago 


2 3 


1 H 


New Zealand (All places 






Other islands .. 


2 7 


1 3J 


except Kawau Island) 


1 8 


lOd 


Caroline Islands 


2 9 


i *i 


Kawau Island 


1 11 




Ceylon 


1/2 to 1/5 


7d & 8id 


Nicaragua 


2/4 & 2/7 


1/2&1/34 


Chatham Islands 


2 2 




Norfolk Island 


1 8 


lOd 


Chili 


2/1 to 2/7 


1/04-1/34 


North Borneo 


3 2 


1 7 


China — Macao 


3 


1 6 


Palaos Islands 


2 9 


1 4| 


Other places 


2 9 


1 4i 


Palestine 


lOd&l/l 


5d & 64d 


Chosen 


2 9 


1 44 


Panama Republic; — 






Christmas Island 


3 10 


1 11 


Colon and Panama . . 


2 2 


1 1 


Cochin China 


2/2 & 3/1 


1/1&1/64 


Other places 


2/4-2/10 


1/2 to 1/5 


Cocos 


1 8 


10 


Papua 


2/1 to 2/5 


1/04-1/24 


Colombia 


2 3 


i 14 


Paraguay 


2 1 


1 04 


Comoro Islands 


2 3 


l H 


Perim 


1 8 


10 


Costa Rica 


2/4 & 2/7 


1/2&1/34 


Persia (known as Iran) . . 


1/7 to 2/1 


9WL-1/04 


Cook or Hervey Islands 


2/5 & 2/8 




Persian Gulf 


l/7to 2/7 94d- 1/34 


Cyprus 


i H 


o"7 


Peru 


2/1 to 2/6 


1/04-1/3 


Dutch E. Indies 


3 2 


1 7 


Philippine Islands 


2/9 to 3/6 


1/44-1/9 


East Africa — British 


1/6-1/11 


9d-llAd 


Reunion 


2 2 


1 1 


Do. formerly German 


1/6-1/11 


9d-llid 


Rodriguez Island 


1 8 


10 


Erythrea 


1/3&1/6 


7id & 9d 


Rotuma Island 


1 10 




Other places. . 


1/5 to 2/2 


8id-l/l 


Saghalian (Japanese) . . 


2 9 


l"44 


Zanzibar 


1 8 


lOd 


St Andrews Island 


2 3 


1 14 


Ecuador 


2 6 


1 3 


St Helena 


2 


1 


Egypt — 1st Region 


1 


6 


St Pierre and Miquelon . . 


9 


44 


Via wireless 


9 


44 


Saipan (Island of) 


2 9 


1 44 


2nd Region 


1 1 


64 


Salvador 


2 8 


1 4 


Via wireless 


10 


5 


Samoa 


2/5 - 2/8 




3rd Region 


1 4 


8 


Sandwich Islands 


2/3 - 2/10 


1/14-1/5 


Via wireless 


1 1 


64 


Sarawak 


4 


2 


Falkland Islands 


2 6 


1 3 


Saudi, Arabia 


1/9 - 2/10 


10M-1/5 


Fanning Island .. 


1 8 


10 


Seychelles Islands 


1 8 


10 


Fiji Islands 


1/8 - 1/10 


lOd-lld 


Siam 


1 11 


114 


Formosa 


2 9 


1 44 


Society Islands 


3/0 to 3/2 


1/6 to 1/7 


Guatemala 


2/4 & 2/7 


1/2, 1/34 


Solomon Islands 


2 2 





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POSTAL DIRECTORY. 










Ordnry. 


Deferr'd 




Ordnry. 


Deferr'd 


South Africa — 


Rate. 


Rate. 


United States — contd. 


Rate. 


Rate. 


Union of South Africa 


1 3 


74 


Missouri — St Louis . . 


1 1 


64 


Rhodesia (Northern) . 


1/7, 1/8 


9jd, l()d 


Other places 


1 3 


74 


Rhodesia (Southern) . . 


1/4 & 1/5 


8d & 84d 


New Jersey — Hoboken, 






South-West Af r 


ca . . 


1 3 


7* 


Jersey Cy. , Union Cy. 


10 


5 


South Georgia . 




3 


1 6 


Other places 


11 


54 


Sudan 




1/1 & 1/4 


6Jd & 8d 


New York — New York 






Syria 




1/1 & 1/4 


6|d - 8d 


and vicinity 


9 


44 


Tahiti 




3 


1 6 


Other places 


11 


54 


limor 




3 9 


1 104 


Uruguay 


2 7 


1 34 


Tonga Islands 




2 5 


l 24 


Venezeula 


2/6 & 2/7 


1/3&1/3J 


Trans-Jordan 




1/0 & 1/3 


6d - 74d 


West Africa 






Tulagi 




2 2 




British Possessions . . 


2/6 to 3/2 


1/3 to 1/7 


Union Islands 




2 8 




Belgian Congo 


1/5-2/ 


8£dtol/0 


United States — 






French Possessions . . 


1/7 to 3/4 


94dtol/8 


Alaska 


2 5 


i 24 


PortuguesePossessions 


2/6 - 3/11 


1/3-1/114 


Alabama, Carolina, 






Spanish Possessions . . 


2/7 to 2/9 


1 34 


Georgia, Illinois, In- 






West Indies — 






d i a n a, Kentucky, 






Barbados 


1 8 


10 


Michigan, Mississip., 






Jamaica 


2 2 


1 1 


Ohio, Tennessee, Vir- 






Turks Island 


2 2 


1 1 


ginia, Wisconsin . . 


1 1 


64 


Antigua, Dominica, 






Arkansas, Colorado, 






Grenada, St Kitts, 






Dakota, Iowa, Kan- 






St Lucia, St Vincent 


2 2 


1 1 


sas, Montana, Nebra- 






Trinidad — 






ska, New Mexico, 






Port of Spain 


2 2 


1 1 


Oklahoma, Texas, 






Other places 


2 3 


i 14 


Wyoming 


1 3 


o 74 


Montserrat 


2 2 


i l 


Arizona, California, 






Tobago 


2 5 


l 24 


Idaho, Nevada 


1 4 


8 


Aruba 


2 


1 


Oregon, Utah, Wash- 






Bonaire 


2 


1 


ington (State) 


1 4 


8 


Cuba — 






Connecticut, Maine, 






Havana, and Santi- 






Massachusetts, New 






ago de Cuba 


1 5 


84 


Hampshire, Rhode 






Other places 


1 7 


94 


Island, Vermont . . 


10 


5 


Curacoa . . 




2 


1 


Columbia, Delaware, 






Guadeloupe 




2 10 


1 5 


Maryland, Penn- 






Hayti . . 




2/5 to 2/7 


l/24-l/3| 


sylvania 


11 


54 


Les Saintes 




2 10 


1 5 


Florida — Pensacola . . 


1 1 


64 


Marie Galante . 




2 10 


1 5 


Key West 


1 4 


8 


Martinique 




3 3 


1 74 


Other places 


1 3 


74 


Porto Rico 




2 1 


1 04 


Louisiana-New Orleans 


1 1 


6* 


St Croix 




2 5 


1 2* 


Other places 


1 3 


74 


San Domingo . 




2/5to2/9 


1/24-1/44 


Minnesota — Duluth, 






St Thomas 




2 5 


1 24 


Minneapolis, St Paul, 






St Martin 




2 


1 


Winona 


1 1 


64 


Swan Island . 




2 8 




Other places 


1 3 


74 


Willis Islets . 




1/10-2/2 





European Telegrams from any Part op the United Kingdom. 



Albania 

Algeria 

Andorra 

Austria 

Azores 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 

Canary Islands . . 

Citta del Vaticano 

Czecho-Slovakia . . 

Danzig (Free City) 

Denmark 

Esthonia 

Faroe Islands 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Gibraltar 

Greece 



each word 



















4^d and 6 
Greek Islands 4Jd to 64 



s. d. 



Greenland 

Holland 

Hungary . . 

Iceland 

Italy 

Lettonia (Latvia) 

Libya 

Liechtenstein 

Lithuania . . 

Luxemburg 

Malta 

Morocco — 
Spanish Possessions 
Other places 4d to 

Norway . . . . 



2Jd to 













Poland 
Portugal 
Hhodes 
Roumania 



Sarre (Saar) Territory 



Spain 

Spitzbergen 
Svalbard(Spitzbergen) 
Sweden 
Switzerland 
Tunis 
Turkey 

Union of Soviet Soci- 
alist Republics 
Yugo-Slavia 



s. d. 

3 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 159 

Overseas Telephones. 

Anglo-Continental Telephone services are available from Dundee to most of 
the principal towns in Belgium, Denmark, France, Holland, Germany, Sweden, 
Switzerland, Austria, Danzig, and Czecho-Slovakia, and Bulgaria (service 
restricted to Sofia), Estonia, Finland, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Italy, 
Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Roumania, Russia, 
Spain, Yugo-Slavia, Turkey (service restricted to Istamboul), Vatican State. 

Anglo-Argentine, Chili, Mexico, Uruguay, United States, Canadian, Cuban, 
Australia and Tasmania, Belgian Congo, Bermuda, Brazil, Canary Islands, 
Dutch East Indies, Egypt, French Indo-China (Cochin China and Cambodia 
only), Sandwich Islands, Morocco, New Zealand, Japan, Algeria, Bahamas, 
Costa Rica, Colombia, Gautemala, Hawaiian (Sandwich) Islands, Palestine, 
Philippine Islands, Nicaragua, Northern Rhodesia, Panama, Peru, Syria, 
Southern Rhodesia, Tunis, Siam, South Africa, Venezuela, Bali (Denpasar 
and Singaradja only), Ceylon, Dominican Republic, French Equatorial 
Africa (Brazzaville only), Iceland, India (certain towns excluded), Kenya, 
Paraguay (Ascension only), Tangier Telephone services are also available. 

Booking Outgoing Calls. — Dial "O," ask for "International Service." 
Enquiries, Dundee 91. 

Air Mail Services. 

Letters, post cards, printed papers, and commercial papers and samples 
may be sent by Air Mail. Air Mail packets can be accepted for registration, 
but cannot at present be insured (except for Holland and Switzerland). 

An Air Mail packet may be posted in any of the ordinary ways of posting. 
It must (1) bear an "Air Mail" label or manuscript equivalent, and some- 
times a special marking in addition ; (2) be prepaid (in postage stamps) to 
the full value of the combined postage and air fee. An "Air Mail" label 
may be obtained free of charge at any Post Office, and should be affixed to the 
top left-hand corner of the packet. If a label is not available, the packet 
should be prominently marked — "By Air Mail." 

Express delivery is not covered by the Air Mail fee ; but if express delivery 
is desired, an additional fee of 6d (per packet) must be paid, and the packet 
must be prominently marked "Express." Similarly, if registration is 
required, the usual fee must be prepaid. 

Information regarding rates, routes, &c, can be had on application at 
any Post Office. 

POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK.— The Post Office acts as a Bank for 
Savings throughout the United Kingdom. In every town and in almost every 
village small savings may be paid in at the Post Office. The money will be 
held in safety by the Government, will earn interest, and, when required, may 
be drawn out again through the local Post Office wherever the owner may be. 
Small Scale Savings. 

(1) Home Safes. — A Home Safe is a money box in book form, in which 
money may be placed for deposit in a Post Office Savings Bank Account or 
for purchase of National Savings Certificates. A safe can be obtained at any 
Savings Bank Post Office on paj'ment of Is, which is returned when the safe 
is given up in good condition. The safe is locked when issued, and the Post 
Office holds the key. 

(2) Stamp Savings Books can be obtained free of charge from almost every 
Post Office. On each page of the book are spaces where 6d National Savings 
Stamps can be fixed. The stamps may be deposited in a Savings Bank 
Account (in units of 5s), used for the purchase of National Savings Certifi- 
cates, or cashed at any Savings Bank Post Office (in multiples of Is). 

(3) Stamp Savings Slips to which twelve penny stamps can be affixed. 
When a stamp slip is full it can be deposited in a Savings Bank Account, but 
not more than 10s a month may be deposited by this means except when 
special arrangements have been made with schools. 

Special facilities are also afforded to depositors in the Post Office Savings 
Bank for making investments in Government Stock and purchasing Annuities. 

POST OFFICE TELEPHONES.— Eegional Director for Scotland, Lieut. - 
Colonel Westbury, Edinburgh. Dundee Area Headquarters, 29 Ward road ; 
R. B. Rae, A.M.I.E.E., telephone manager. 



160 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

Call Offices. — Dundee — Arbroath road (Ellengowan ; Morgan street), 
Arklay street, Arklay Street Post Office, Arthurstone terrace, Balgay road, 
Bellfield street, Brantwood avenue, Caird Hall, Caird Hall Post Office, City 
road, 25 Constitution road, Corso street, Cotton road, Craig Pier, Craigie 
avenue (2 kiosks), Dalgleish road (foot), 28 Dundonald street, East Station, 
Eastern Wharf, Fairmuir, Bro. Ferry Road P.O., Fish Dock, 34 Forfar road, 
Glenagnes road, Guthrie street, 76 Hawkhill, Corner of Hawkhill and Perth 
road, High street (near Church lane), Hill st. (School Grounds), Hilltown 
Post Office, Foot of Hilltown, Kenmore terrace and Kinpurnie place 
junction, Kidd's Rooms (South Lindsay st.), Kilberry st., King George 
Wharf, East Kings way (Pitkerro rd. Junction), Kingsway Traffic Circus, 
Laurelbank, Loch.ee rd. (Tramway Shelter) Magdalen green, Mains loan, 
Market st., Maryfield P.O., Maryfield Tram Station, 12 Meadowside, 125a 
Nethergate, Nethergate (kiosk), Ninewells, 21 Park ave., 272 Perth rd., 4 
Polepark rd., Post Office (Meadowside), Princes st. P.O., 26 Reform st., Rose- 
angle, 96 Rosebank st. , St Andrew's st., St Paul's Cathedral Church (High 
st.), Stirling ter., Stobswell, 70 Strathmartine rd., Strathmartine rd. and 
Caird ave. (corner), Tay Bridge Station, Thorter row, 3 Wellgate, Westport, 
West Station, Woodside avenue. Lochee. — Post Office, High st. Inver- 
gowbik. — County place (Paterson's land), Street kiosk. Broughty Ferry.— 
Post Office, Baldovie P.O., Barnhill Station, Barnhill P.O., Broughty Ferry 
Station, Castle st., Dundee rd., Nursery rd., St Vincent st., West Ferry 
P.O., Windmill site. Gauldry.— Post Office. Newport. — East Station, Pier, 
Union st., West Station. Wormit. — Newburgh rd. (2 offices). Tayport. — 
Dougall st., Post Office, Station. Downfield. — Cloan rd. and Railway 
Station. Monifieth. — High st., Exchange, Milton, Station. Monikie. — 
Post Office. Carnoustie. — Post Office, Barry rd., Brown st., Church st., 
Links avenue, Links parade, Lochty st., Carnoustie and Easthaven Stations. 
Five-Mile-House. — Muirhead of Liff. Fowlis. Kellas. — Murroes. 
Wellbank.— Post Office. Lundie. — Post Office. Newbigoing.— Post Office. 
Craigton. — Post Office. Tealing. — Post Office. Strathmartine. — Post 
Office. 

The Use of Telephones for Sending Telegrams and Express Letters. 
— Any subscriber to a Telephone Exchange may telephone messages to a 
Post Office, so that these messages may be dealt with as Telegrams or 
Express Letters or Ordinary Letters ; and Telegrams may be delivered by 
telephone instead of by messenger (if the subscriber has a registered telegraphic 
address). Telegrams may also be addressed to the telephonic addresses of 
Exchange subscribers for delivery by telephone. The address should comprise 
the subscriber's name, thus — " Jones, Midland 245, Birmingham," or " Jones, 
Hull 245." If the subscriber's name is not furnished, the telegram is only 
accepted at the sender's risk. 

The charges for taking down and delivering a telephonic express letter 
are : — (1) Local or trunk fee for telephone call made to the office at which 
the letter is written down, plus (2) writing down fee, 3d for 30 words and Id 
for every 10 words or part thereof in excess of 30, plus (3) charge for delivery, 
viz. : 6d a mile or part thereof. The charges for ordinary telephone letters 
are : — (1) As above ; (2) as above ; (3) ordinary postage. Any subscriber to a 
Telephone Exchange may obtain the services of an express messenger by 
telephoning to the nearest Post Office. 

Telephone Rates, per Quarter. — 
Exchange Lines — Within three miles of an Exchange, 

Small user 

Charge for Id, 2d, 3d, and 4d calls up to 12/- per quarter increased by 50% 
for subscribers on "small user" tariff. 

Normally an Exchange Subscriber is connected with Exchange nearest his premises. 
Extensions — Internal (according to facilities required), 3/6 to 8/- 3/- to 7/- 
External, not exceeding 1 furlong, .. . 

„ 221 to 440 yards, 

,, 441 to 660 yards, ... 

,, 661 to 880 yards, 

,, each additional furlong or part, 
Calls — To local Exchange or to any other Exchange within 5 miles radius, Id. 
Further particulars may be had at local office. 




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19 





18 





1 4 





1 3 





1 9 





1 8 





7 





7 






POSTAL DIRECTORY. 



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162 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 



ARRIVAL OF MAILS— POST OFFICE, DUNDEE. 



Arrivals from 



Aberdeen, . . . . . . 

London Da}' Mail, England, Edinburgh, Falkirk, Glasgow 

Perth, Highlands, and South of Scotland, 
Belfast, Leeds, London, Edinburgh, and South of Scotland 

Newcastle, York, and England generally, 
Broughty Ferry, 

Carlisle, Inverness, Perth, Highlands, 
London Night Mail, England, Birmingham, Liverpool 

Manchester, Crewe, Preston, 
Carnoustie, Monifieth, 

Tayport, . . . . . . 

Aberdeen, Arbroath, Montrose, Brechin, 

N.E. of England, Kirkcaldy, York, St Andrews, Forfar, 

Kirriemuir, 

Brought}' Ferry, Monifieth, 

Belfast, Perth, Glasgow, 

Wormit, Newport, 
Edinburgh, London, Leven, Cupar, 
Glasgow, Perth, England Midland Counties, 
Dunfermline, Edinburgh, London, 

Aberdeen, Montrose, Arbroath, 
Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, Monifieth, 
Crieff, Longforgan, Stirling, St Andrews, 
Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, Monifieth, 
Tayport, Wormit, 

Perth, 

Aberdeen, Arbroath, Montrose, Dunfermline,. . 
Brechin, Forfar, Kingennie, Kirriemuir, Monikie, 
Alyth, Blairgowrie, Newtyle, Meigle, Coupar Augus, 
Cupar, Edinburgh, Glasgow, St Andrews, Kirkcaldy 

Leven, 

Edinburgh, London, Newcastle, England Eastern Counties, 
Inchture, 
Brought}' Ferry, Carnoustie, . . . . . . _ 

Aberdeen, Arbroath, 

Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, Monifieth, 

Invergowrie, Longforgan, . . 

Newport, . . . . . . . . 

Aberdeen, Arbroath, Montrose, Blairgowrie, Alyth, Meigle, 
Glasgow, Perth, 

Brechin, Forfar, Kirriemuir, Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, 
Cupar, Edinburgh, London, Anstruther, St Andrews 

Kirkcaldy, 
Glasgow, Birmingham, Liverpool, Perth, Stirling, Falkirk 

Highlands, 

Aberdeen, Arbroath, . . . . 

Dunfermline, Edinburgh, Glasgow, 



Hour of 
Arrival. 



A.M. 

1 



5 50 

6 20 

7 

7 12 

7 42 

8 5 

8 55 

9 5 
9 45 
9 50 
9 55 
9 35 

11 45 

P.M. 

12 20 

12 50 

2 20 

2 55 

3 30 
3 50 

3 20 
3 45 
3 45 
5 10 

5 55 

6 20 

6 30 

7 
7 45 

7 35 

8 10 

8 

8 30 

9 30 
10 30 



This applies to mail due at 7 a.m. only. 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 



163 



DESPATCHES. 



Kirkcaldy, Lower Largo, Leven, Windygates, 

Glasgow and Scotland generally, 

Newport, Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, Monifieth, Aberdeen, ^ 

Arbroath, Montrose, . . . . . . . . / 

Fifeshire Towns, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Manchester, 

Monikie, Kingennie, Invergowrie, Longforgan, Tayport, Wormit, \ 

Guardbridge, Leuchars, Inchture, Brought}' Ferry, . . / 

London, Edinburgh. Glasgow, England generally, Foreign, 
St Andrews, Cupar, Newport, Tayport, Wormit, Perth, 
Carnoustie, Aberdeen, Arbroath, Edinburgh, London, Bro'ty Ferry, "1 

Monifieth, . . . . . . . . . . . . J 

Invergowrie, Perth, Newport, Edinburgh, 

Stirling, Glasgow, West of Scotland, England, Aberdeen, Montrose, ) 

Brechin, Forfar, . . . . . . . . / 

Kirkcaldy, East of Fife, Dunfermline, West of Fife, Edinburgh, London, 
Glasgow, Perth, Leuchars, Edinburgh, North-East England, St ) 

Andrews, Cupar, Ladybank, . . . . . . . . ) 

Forfar, Kirriemuir, Carnoustie, Broughty Ferry (Saturday only), \ 

Monifieth, Newport, Tayport, Wormit, Alyth, . . / 

Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Arbroath, Montrose, Broughty Ferry (except \ 

Saturday), . . . . . . . . . . . . / 

Broughty Ferry (except Saturday), 

Coupar Angus, Meigle, Newtyle, Blairgowrie, Invergowrie, .. 

Foreign, Glasgow, West of Scotland, England (except North-East), ) 

London, . . . . . . . . . . / 

Edinburgh, South-East of Scotland, England (North-East), 

Dunfermline, Cupar, 

London, England Mid, South, West, Glasgow, Perth, Scotland ) 

(West, South-West), Ireland, Belfast, Manchester, . . . . f 

Kirkcaldy, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, Edinburgh, North-East Eng- \ 

land, Liverpool, Aberdeen, Arbroath, Montrose, . . / 

London, All England, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth, Oban, Stirling, i 

Aberdeen, Cupar, Kirkcaldy, St Andrews, Scotland (South-East, V 

South-West), Ireland, Foreign, Leven, Dunfermline, .. J 

North of Scotland generally, Forfar, Brechin, Perth, 
Stirling, 



SUNDAY. 

London, England (Midlands and West Coast), Foreign, 
North of Scotland generally, Forfar, Elgin, Inverness, Perth, Brechin, 
London, England generally, Foreign, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Scotland \ 
(South-West and South-East), and West, . . . . I 



Latest Time 
for Posting. 



2 A.M. 

3 15 ,, 

4 45 ,, 

5 15 „ 

6 15 „ 

7 „ 

8 0,, 

8 45 „ 

10 „ 

11 ,, 
11 30 „ 
tl 45 P.M. 

2 15 „ 



t3 



3 
3 


30 



U 





5 

5 



30 


16 





f6 45 


t8 


15 


*9 15 
11 



t2 15 P.M. 
t2 15 ,, 



PRINCIPAL FOREIGN DESPATCHES. 
Cape Mail — 8.15 p.m. Thursdays. 

Canada and U.S.A. Generally — 10.45 a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays, with 
supplementary mails at 4 p.m. on those days (via Southampton); 
also occasionally 8.15 p.m. on Fridays via Glasgow or Liverpool, as 
opportunity offers. 
India — 8.15 p.m. Wednesdays (India generally). 
„ Bengal Province (including Calcutta City), 7 a.m. Thursdays. 



t Late fee, 15 mins. longer. J Late fee, 30 mins. longer. 
* Except Saturday. 



Box Closing for Town Deliveries : 
6.30 a.m., 10 a.m., 1.45p.m. (Saturday 1.15p.m.), 3.45p.m. 



164 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

COLLECTION OF LETTERS FROM PILLAR AND WALL BOXES. 



A.M. A.M A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M.JSUU. 


Ancrum Road, 


5 


8 30 11 45 


— 


— 


3 


— 


4 45 


— 


6 45 


— 


8 30 


11 45a 


Ann Street, 150, 




5 


8 30 


11 46 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


— 


8 45 


1p.m. 


Arbroath Road, 




5 


8 30 


11 45 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 


8 15 


Noon 


Blackness Avenue, 




5 


8 30 


11 15 


— 


— 


2 45 


— 


5 15 


— 


— 


— 


8 45 


11 30a 


Blackscroft, 68, 




5 
5 


8 30 
8 30 


11 45 
11 45 


— 


1 30 
1 45 


2 30 
2 45 


3 30 
3 45 


5 
4 45 


— 


6 30 
6 30 


— 


8 15 


1 15p 


Brook Street, 


8 15 


11 30a 


Church Street, 




5 


8 30 


11 45 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


4 


& 15 





6 45 


— 


8 45 


1 p.m. 


*CliveRd.(Kingsw'y) 


5 


8 30 


— 


— 


1 30 


— 


— 


4 45 


— 


— 


— 


8 30 


12 45p 


C'nstitutionRd.(Top) 


5 


8 30 


12 30 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 


8 30 


Noon 


Constitution Rd., 61, 


5 


8 30 


12 30 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 


. — 


6 30 


— 


8 30 


Noon 


Corso Street, 


5 


8 


11 


— 


— 


2 45 


— 


5 


— 


— 


— 


8 30 


1130a 


*Coupar Angus Rd., 


5 


7 45 


11 15 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4 45 


— 


— 


— 


8 30 


— 


Cowgate, 18, . . 


5 


8 30 


11 45 


— 


1 30 


2 45 


3 45 


5 


— 


6 30 


7 30 


8 30 


11 45a 


*Cox St., Downfield, 


5 


8 30 


11 30 


— 


— 


2 45 


— 


— 


— 


5 30 


— 


8 30 


— 


Craigie Terrace, 


5 


8 30 


10 30 


— 


— 


2 30 


— 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 


8 15 


1 p. m. 


Craigiebank (Craigie 




























avenue), 


5 


8 


10 45 


— 


— 


— 


3 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 


8 30 


1p.m. 


Dalkeith Road, 


5 


8 30 


11 


— 


1 30 


— 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 


8 15 


Noon 


Dock Street, 19, 


5 


8 30 


— 


Noon 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


7 30 


8 15 


Noon 


Downfield Road, 


5 


8 30 


— 


— 


1 30 


2 45 


— 


5 30 


— 


— 


— 


8 30 


Noon 


Dudhope Church, . . 


5 


8 30 


11 45 


— 


1 30 


2 45 


3 45 


4 45 


— 


6 30 


— 


8 15 


1145a 


East Station, 


5 


8 30 


— 


Noon 


1 30 


2 45 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


7 30 


8 15 


Noon 


Erskine Terrace, . . 


5 


8 30 


11 30 


— 


n 45 


— 


3 45 


5 


— 


— 


— 


8 15 


Noon 


Glamis Road, 


5 


8 45 


11 


— 


— 


— 


2 30 


4 30 


— 


— 


— 


8 30 


12 45p 


Hawkhill, 123, 


5 


8 30 


11 45 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


— 


8 45 


Noon 


Annfield, 


5 


S 30 


11 45 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


— 


S 45 


Noon 


High Street, 


5 


8 30 


11 45 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


7 30 


8 15 


Noon 


High St., 150, L'hee. 


5 


8 30 


11 30 


— 


— 


3 


— 


4 45 


— 


— 


— 


8 30 


Noon 


Hilltown (Foot), . . 


5 


8 30 


11 45 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


— 


9 


1 15p 


Inverary Terrace, . . 


5 


8 30 


12 15 


— 


1 30 


— 


3 45 


5 


— 


— 


— 


8 30 


Noon 


Kinnaird Street, 2, . . 


5 


8 30 


12 15 


— 


1 45 


3 


S 45 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


— 


9 


1p.m. 


*Kirk Street, L'chee, 


5 


8 30 


11 15 


— 


— 


3 


— 


5 


— 


— 


— 


8 30 


— 


Kirkton Rd. , D'field, 


5 


8 30 


— 


— 


1 30 


— 


— 


5 30 


— 


— 


— 


8 30 


12 45p 


Law Street, . 


5 


8 30 


12 15 


— 


1 45 


— 


3 45 


5 


— 


— 


— 


8 30 


Noon 


^Liff Road, Lochee, 


5 


8 30 


11 15 


— 


— 


2 45 


— 


4 45 


— 


— 


— 


8 30 


— 


*Lintrathen Gardens, 


5 


7 45 


11 30 


— 


— 


3 


— 


5 


— 


— 


— 


8 30 


12 45p 


L. M. & S. Rly. Stn. 


5 


8 30 


11 45 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


7 30 


8 45 


Noon 


Magdalen Green, 53, 


5 


8 30 


11 30 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 


8 15 


1p.m. 


Magdalen Yd. Rd.,31, 


5 


8 30 


11 45 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 


8 15 


1 15p 


Milnbank Road, 93, 


5 


8 30 


11 45 


— 


1 45 


2 45 


3 45 


4 45 


— 


6 30 


— 


8 15 


11 30a 


Moncur Crescent, . . 


5 


8 30 


11 30 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 45 


— 


8 45 


12 45p 


Muirfield Street, 


5 


8 30 


— 


— 


2 


2 45 


— 


5 30 


— 


— 


— 


8 30 Noon 


Nethergate, 63, 


5 


8 30 


11 30 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


7 45 


9 


1 lop 


Newport Boat, 


— 


9 45 


10 15 


— 


1 15 


2 45 


— 


5 45 


— 


6 45 


7 15 


— 


10 45a 


North Lindsay St., . . 


5 


8 30 


11 45 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


— 


8 45 


Noon 


Osborne Place, 


5 


7 30 


11 15 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 


8 15 


1 p.m. 


Park Avenue, 


5 


S 30 


11 45 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 


8 30 


Noon 


Perth Road, 307, . . 


5 


8 45 


11 15 


— 


— 


2 15 


3 15 


5 


— 


— 


— 


8 30 


Noon 


Pitkerro Road, 


5 


— 


11 30 


— 


1 45 


(Ex 


Sat) 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8 15 


— 


*PitalpinSt., Lochee 


5 


8 


11 30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5 


— 


— 


— 


8 30 


— 


*Provost Road (Top), 


5 


8 30 


Noon 


— 


— 


— 


3 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 


8 15 Noon 


Red croft, W.B., .. 


5 


8 45 


11 


— 


— 


3 


— 


5 


— 


_ 


— 8 30.12 45p 


Roseangle(Top), 


5 


8 30 


11 45 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 8 15 1 15p 


Royal Exchange, . . 


5 


8 15 


— 


Noon 


1 30 


2 45 


3 45 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 8 4511 15p 


Shamrock Street, . . 


5 


8 30 


11 30 


— 


2 


— 


3 45 


5 


— 


— 


— 18 30,Noon 


*South Road, Lochee, 


5 


8 30 


11 30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5 


— 


— 


— '8 30 — 


Stannergate, 


— 


7 30 


10 45 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5 


— 


— 


— 8 15!ll 30a 


Taybank, Ferry road 


5 


8 30 


11 15 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 18 15'lp.m. 


Tay Bridge Station, 


5 


8 30 


11 45 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


7 


7 30 8 45 Noon 


Tay Street, South, . . 


5 


8 30 


— 


Noon 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


— [8 45 Noon 


Victoria Road, 100, . . 


5 


8 30 


11 45 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 30 


— 8 45 1 15p 


Westfield Place, 


5 


8 30 


11 45 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 8 15 Noon 


Westgrove Avenue, 


5 


8 45 


11 15 


— 


— 


3 15 


— 


5 


— 


— 


— \8 3012 45p 


Westpark Road, 


5 


8 


11 


— 


— 


3 


— 


5 


— 


— 


— 8 301p.m. 


Windsor Street, 26, .. 


5 


8 30 


11 15 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 45 


— 8 151p.m. 


Woodlands Terrace, 


5 


8 


11 30 


— 


— 


— 


3 45 


(Sat 


5 0) 


— 


— 8 15 Noon 


Air Mail Post Box . . 


3 15 


7 


11 45 




— 




4 15 


5 






— !8 45,2 15 & 


(Ward road) 










4 45p. 



Deliveries— 6.45 and 10.15 a.m.; 2 p.m. (Sat. 1.30), and 4.15 p.m. 
*5 a.m. Monday only. 2.45 and 3.45 p.m. Collections suspended on Saturdays. 

tEx. Saturdays. 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 



165 



BROUGHTY FERRY POST OFFICE, Queen street, Broughty Ferry.— 
Postmaster, D. Macarthur. Mails — Despatches — Box closes for Dundee 
and other places generally at 5.50, 9.0, and 11.45 a.m. ; London and South, 
1.15 p.m., 3.30 p.m., 4.15 p.m., and 5.30 p.m.; General, 7.30 p.m. Collection 
made from Dundee 8.30 p.m. Parcels for same despatches accepted 9 a.m., 
11.45 a.m., 1.15 p.m., 4.15 p.m., 5.30 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. Deliveries, 
7 a.m., 9.45 a.m. except Saturday, 11 a.m. Saturday only, 4.30 p.m. except 
Saturday. Callers' Delivery, 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays only. Sunday 
Despatch, 9.45 a.m. 

On Sunday the Office is open for sale of Stamps and Telegraph business 
from 9 till 10 a.m. On Week-days the Office is open for general Postal and 
Telephoue business from 8 a.m. to 7.30 p.m. 

BROUGHTY FERRY— COLLECTION FROM WALL BOXES. 



Abercromby Street, 
Abertay Street, 
Barnhi'll P.O., 
Camperdown Street, 
Camphill, 
Castle Street, 
Duntrune Terrace, 
Ellieslea Road, 
Forthill Road, 
Harecraig, . . 
King Street, . . 
Monifleth Road, 
Nursery Road, 
Railway Station, . 
St Vincent Street, . 
Seafield, 

Strathern Road, . 
West Ferry P.O., . 
Westfield 





A 


M. 


A.M. 




P.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 




5 





8 


11 45 a.m 


2 15 


4 30 


6 15 




5 





8 15 


11 45 a.m. 


2 15 


4 30 


6 15 




5 





8 30 


11 45 a.m. 


2 30 


4 45 


6 30 


i 


5 





8 30 


Noon 


2 SO 


4 30 


6 30 




5 





8 30 


11 45 a.m. 


2 15 


4 15 


6 15 




5 





8 15 


Noon 


2 45 


4 45 


6 30 




5 





7 30 


12 15 p.m. 


2 45 


4 45 


6 45 




5 





8 30 


12 15 p.m. 


2 45 


4 45 


6 45 




5 





8 15 


Noon 


2 30 


4 30 


6 30 




5 





7 30 


12 15 p.m. 


2 45 


4 45 


6 45 




5 





8 


12 30 p.m. 


3 


5 


7 




5 





S 


Noon 


2 30 


4 45 


6 30 




5 





S 45 


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8 30 


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7 30 


Noon 


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2 45 


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8 45 


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SUNDAYS. 

11 30 a.m. 
11 30 a.m. 

Noon 
11 30 a.m. 
11 30 a.m. 

Noon 
11 30 a.m. 
11 30 a.m. 
11 30 a.m. 
11 30 a.m. 

Noon 

Noon 
11 30 a.m. 

Noon 

Noon 
11 30 a.m. 
11 30 a.m. 

Noon 

Noon 



On Saturdays there are no collections at 2.15 to 3.0 p.m. 
On Sundays a collection is made from Broughty Ferry Office at 12.45 p.m. 

RATES OF POSTAGE FOR LETTERS AND PARCELS ADDRESSED 
TO PERSONS SERVING WITH HIS MAJESTY'S FORCES AT 
HOME OR ABROAD.— His Majesty's Forces stationed in the British Island, 
and His Majesty's Ships in Home Waters — The ordinary inland rates apply to 
all kinds of postal packets. In the case of parcels the words " In Home 
Waters" must be added after the name of the ship; but the use of the 
proper postal address for a ship in home waters will result in earlier delivery. 
Every parcel must bear on the cover the sender's name and address, which 
should be written at right angles to the name and address of the addressee. 

H.M. TROOPS ABROAD.— Letteks— Generally speaking, the rate for 
letters is the ordinary rate for the country of destination. 

Parcels— H.M. Ships outside Home Waters — 3 Lbs., Is 3d ; 7 Lbs., 2s 6d ; 
11 Lbs., 3s 3d ; 22 Lbs., 6s. China Command, Shanghai Area — 3 Lbs., 2s 3d ; 
7 lbs., 3s 3d ; 11 lbs. , 4s 3d ; 22 lbs., 7s. Parcels for soldiers serving elsewhere 
are subject to the same conditions as those for civilians in the same country. 

Any letter, parcel, or other postal packet addressed to one of His Majesty's 
ships should be addressed — H.M.S. (name of ship), c/o G.P.O., London, E.C.I. 
In the case of parcels the words "In Foreign Waters" must be added after 
the name of the ship. Every parcel must bear on its cover the sender's name 
and address. Parcels may not be addressed "c/o Admiralty." 

H.M. Ships in Foreign Waters — The imperial rates, viz., l^d for first 
oz. , and for each additional oz. Id., will apply. Postcards l^d each. News- 
papers and printed papers, Jd for 2 oz. 

INLAND REVENUE STAMPS, &c — 

The following Inland Revenue Stamps : — Bill Stamps, Bankruptcy Stamps, 
Contract Stamps, Foreign Bill Stamps, Civil Service, Law Court, Register 
House, Estate Duty, Transfer Stamps, Deed Stamps, Patent Medicine 
Stamps, Coffee Labels, Patent, Design, and Trade Mark Stamps and Forms, 
Dog and Gun and Wireless Licenses, may be purchased at the Post Office. 



( 166 ) 

STREET DIRECTORY. 



See List of Streets, Squares, &c, at beginning of Directory. 



Numbering of Streets. — In Dundee it has hitherto been the practice to number 
the Streets with the odd numbers on the rii/ht hand side of each street, and the even 
numbers on the left. In the Directory, therefore, the names have been arranged in 
the same way — the odd numbers first, 1, 3, 5, 7, &c, then the even numbers following 
in the reverse direction, as 8, 6, 4, 2. The Broughty Ferry Streets, however, are so 
arranged that the order of the buildings begins on the left hand side of the street, 
returning on the right hand side in the reverse direction. This should be kept in 
mind when consulting the Directory. 

The List of Streets, Squares, &c. , on page 18 (which has reference letters to denote 
the position of each street on the Plan of Dundee, and reference numbers and letters 
to indicate Registration Districts and Ward Boundaries) will be found serviceable in 
determining the situation of any required locality. 



ABBOTSFORD PLACE. 

PEDDIE street. 

1 Williamson, Mrs Mary 
... Dower, Albert, coaehtrimmer 

3 Robb, Allan, chauffeur 
... Norrie, Keith, busdriver 
... Tosh, John, baker 
... Smith, George, shipkeeper 
... Blackwood, Fred, busdriver 

5 Brown, George S., engineer 
. . , Slimming, Alex. , overseer 
... Smith, George S. , stereotyper 
... Small, Mrs Margaret N. 
... Davidson, William, moulder 
... Bannerman, Norman, baker 

7 Urquhart, John, cardriver 
... Forbes, Mrs James 
... Flynn, John, baker 
... Anderson, John 

.. Graham, John, storekeeper 
... Anderson, John L. , newsagent 

9 Doig, James A. , manager 
... Mitchell, George D., manager 
... Winter, Mrs Helen 
... Liney, Albert C. , civil servant 
... Reid, Miss Robina, milliner 
... Merchant, Albert E., salesman 
11 Watt, John 
... Coupar, John, stationer 
... Abbot, Edwin, ticket collector 
... Maclean, C. S., foreman comp. 
... Gillan, Alexander P., grocer 
... Falconer, Charles, carter 
13 Moore, George, enginedriver 
... Craig, James, baker 
... Cutter, Ernest, postman 
... Cumming, Wm. , billiard-room 

proprietor 
... Ross, James, clerk 
. . . Hill, George, engineer 



15 Crawford, John, yarndresser 
... Gibson, Robert W., haulage 

contractor 
... Reid, Norman, civil servant 
. . . Blair, Alexander, ca binetmaker 
... Sturrock, Guthrie, contractor 

17 Wood, William, clerk 

... M'Rae, James, manager 

... Bernard, Thos. M., blacksmith 

... Kydd, Charles, grocer 

... Crighton, Jane M., clerk 

19 M'Cormack, Frank, grocer 

... Grimmond, James K. , saddler 

... Small, Charles P., fruiterer 

... Quinn, P. B. 

... Haxton, Wm., civil servant 

... Low, Mrs Jane 

21 Boyd, Mrs 

... Grassie, Alfred, foreman 

... Craig, James, insurance agent 

. . . Fairley, Mrs Helen 

. . . Thomson, Robert, factory clerk 

... Johnstone, Robert, engineer 

20 Lawson, Archibald, contractor 
... Marra, Nicholas, secretary 

... Baxter, William, P.O. engineer 
... Pyott, Donald 
... Rennie, Andrew 
... Badenoch, Mrs J. 

18 Arnott, James, agent 

... Wylie, Abigail, confectioner 
... Robertson, Robert, manager 
... Henderson, James, manager 
... Folan, John, shoemaker 
. Wishart, Robert, compositor 
.. Dickson, David, supervisor 
. . . Wishart, Miss Isabella 

16 Matthew, George, ironplaner 
... Shaw, Robert, gasfitter 

... Lornie, James, clerk 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



167 






16 Adams, Frank J., ironmonger 

... Finlayson, Adam S. 

... Clark, Adam, compositor 

14 M'Gregor, William, labourer 

... Kidd, James, milk salesman 

... Chalmers, John, engineer 

... M'Leod, Allan, printer 

... M'Ritchie, David, plasterer 

... Thompson, David, overseer 

12 Lonie, William, plater 

... Quinn, Thos., wallpaper mer. 

... Dickens, Harry, cinema mangr. 

... Wilson, Henry B., baker 

.. Smith, Miss, teacher 

10 Thorns, Peter, frenchpolisher 

... Rattray, James, brassfmisher 

... Wilkie, Robert, wood machinist 

... Young, George, yard inspector 

... Payne, Mrs 

... Grimes, Mrs Catherine 

8 Doig, Charles, baker 
... M'Glashan, James, clerk 
... M'Donald,Simon,photographr. 
... Nicoll, Wm. , enginedriver 
... Wood, James, railway clerk 

6 Mulvey, Michael, pavior 
. . . Kyle, John, assistant overseer 
... Wallace, John C. , engineer 
... Grant, John, chauffeur 
... M'Donald, Mrs Jean 

4 Wallace, Mrs Catherine 
... Roy, George, fruiterer 
. . . Robertson, Wm. C. , newsagent 

. . Angus, George C. , pipelayer 
... Peters, James 
... M'Gregor, Albert, clerk 

2 Fenton, Robert, turner 

. . , Dunsmore, James, spirit merch. 

... Robb, Eleanor 

... Webster, A. E., tailor 

... Stott, James, upholsterer 

ABBOTSFORD STREET. 

SEYMOUR STREET. 

1 Cargill, John, enginedriver 
... Ames, Mrs Janet 
... Boswell, David, enginedriver 
. . . Pickard, John, clerk 
... Wilson, Andrew, chemist 
... Wilson, Helen, grocer 

3 Ramsay, John, traveller 
... Moyes, Alexander, baker 
... Forbes, Hugh, stereotyper 
... Moncur, Robert, grocer 

... Fyfe, John, chauffeur 

. . . Wylie, John, architect's assist. 

5 Boyd, John, railway worker 
... Shewan, William, machineman 



5 A damson, George, grocer 
.. Scott, Alexander, chauffeur 
.. Mann, George, salesman 
7 Abbot, William, yardsman 
.. Simpson, Abel, chauffeur 
.. Smith, John D., janitor 
.. Lochead, Thomas, tenter 
9 Blackwood, Thomas, engineer 
.. M'Levy, John, enginedriver 
.. Miller, William D., plumber 
. . Whelan, Mrs Margaret 
.. Chalmers, James, overseer 
. . Cameron, Duncan, vandriver 
55 Emsley, James, primer 

Petrie, John, coal merchant 
Southern, Mrs M. A. , grocer 
Dodds, Harold S., chauffeur 
Bell, Jane 

Nicoll, John, vandriver 
Scott, William, plumber 

57 Anderson, Jas., car conductor 
. Smart, D. H., watchmaker 

. White, Mrs B. 
. Hutcheson, Mrs 
. Paterson, David, enginedriver 
. Watson, Miss 

. Batchelor, D., warehouseman 
60 Rosemond, Robt., warehouse- 
man 
Gouick, Mrs John 
Wilkie, James, blacksmith 
Wilkie, Miss J. R., music tchr. 
Coupar, Douglas K., assur. agt. 
Jones, Theodore, wareh'seman 
Nicoll, David, confectioner 
... Smith, Miss Johann 

58 Dick, Mrs W. B. 
Dick, Edward H., manager 
Peters, William, mechanic 
Dale, James F. 
Kiddie, Robert, baker 
Anderson, Robert 
Anderson, Charles D. , clerk 
Hill, Alexander, litho. artist 
M'Intosh, Miss Jessie 
Neish, Arthur, painter 

24 Reid, Harry W., traveller 

Gibson, Mrs Ann 

Selbie, James, guard 

Crammond, Mrs I. 

Innes, James, clerk 
22 Kelman, John, clerk 

Mitchell, James, tenter 

Todd, David, bricklayer 

Robbie, Alexander, baker 

Mudie, Robert, tenter 

Small, Harry, joiner 
20 Walls, Miss Kate 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



Abbotsford street — continued 

20 Webster, James 

... Patrick, David M., clerk 

. . . Powrie, T. , garage attendant 

... Mason, John M. 

18 Smith, James A., mechanic 

... Smart, George, clerk 

. . . Pitkeathly, Mrs Isabella 

... Murphy, Mrs Isabella 

... Suttie, Charles, plumber 

... Dempster, William M., clerk 

16 Hynd, Alexander, scavenger 

. . . Mitchelson , Dav. A . , iron turner 

... Grieve, Walter 

... Crichton, Mrs H. 

14 Gardner, Joseph, brickkyer 

... Eggo, Arthur, chauffeur 

. . . Flynn, James, coal merchant 

... Lornie, Isabella, housekeeper 

... Sime, Charles, motordriver 
Thistle Harriers' Clubrooms 

ABERCROMBY STREET. 

BARN HILL. 

1 Seel, Thos., customs surveyor 
3 Lowden, Mrs Christina A. W 

5 Latto, David, dep. town clerk 
Panmurt terrace here 
Hamilton street here 
Anderson, Edward, confectnr 

16 Sim, Robert, warehouseman 
Gordon street here 

8 Maclaren, John T. 
Invermark terrace here 

6 Morris, William, church-officer 

ABERTAY STREET. 

BARNHILL. 

9 Henson, A. F., chauffeur 
Reres road here 
Camphill road here 

21 Barnes, Misses 
Strathmore street here 

23 Croll,D.&W., Ltd., nurserymen 
Edzell street 

Arnot, Raymond, nurseryman 
28 Mitchell, Wm., landsteward 
26 Webster, Andrew, gardener 
... Webster, Misses, grocers 

24 Walker, Miss H. J. 

22 Ogilvie, Miss Margaret 

... Duncan, James, shoemaker 

Hamilton street here 
18 Bowie, Geo., market gardener 

Panmure terrace here 
10 Glenshee— Mrs Hall-Few 
8 Hardie, Mrs R. L. 



ADDISON ROAD. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Rorke, Robert M. 

3 Gair, John B., surveyor 

5 Greenfield, Miss 

6 Elder, David, engineer 

4 Dakers, Mrs J. G. 

ADELAIDE PLACE. 

LAW STREET. 

Dudhope Bowling Green 

1 Brown, J. M'Call,insur.mangr. 
. . . Reid, Robert A. , lecturer 

3 Reid, Mrs Alexander S. 

5 Swayne, Arthur, excise officer 

7 Johnston, William, grocer 
Minard crescent here 

17 Rubislaw — 

Wm. Salmond, civil engineer 

19 Fermata — 

W. S. Edward, theatre propr. 
A. B. Edward, motor engineer 

21 Dunbreich — 

D. T. Patterson, builder 
25 Reid, David, pianotuner 
29 Brown, Misses A. & T. , dairy- 
keepers 
... Brown, Misses E. & M., 

tobacconists 
... Hain, Miss M., hairdresser 
31 Muirdon— 

StewartF. Anderson, traveller 
44 Stevenson, William, landscape 
gardener 

22 Spence, Albert W. D., grain 

merchant 
Law street here 

20 Mathers, David B.,hotelkeeper 

18 Pitdun— 

Mrs J. H. F. Henderson . 
16 Hunt, Mrs Henry J. 
14 Wright, William, traveller 
12 Neill, D. W. 
10 Allan, John, editor 

8 Adams, David B., grocer 
... Adams, Misses 

6 Wylie, Rev. G. MacLean 

4 Beal, Rev. Edward 

2 Anderson, Mrs L. 

ADELAIDE TERRACE. 

LAW STREET. 

1 Gilchrist, Wm. T. , accountant 
... Bosomworth, Miss 

2 Brush, John W., manufacturer 

3 Howe, Rev. J. 

4 Elder, Miss 

5 Rodger, Misses M. and E. 



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169 



6 Johnston, G. A., grocer 

7 Miller, James 

8 Crighton, Jas. T., dental surg. 

9 Dewar, Andrew 

10 Cappell, Professor D. F. 

11 Morrison, David, advert, clerk 

12 Reid, James S., bank teller 

AIRLIE PLACE. 

PERTH ROAD. 

1 University College Hostel 
for Women Students 
V. W. Moffatt, warden 
5 Kerr, Dr Charles 
7 Macklin, Dr A. H. 
9 Alexander, Rev. V. C. 
11 Halley, Mrs George 
... Halley, Lucy, music teaoher 

13 Tierney, Dr T. B. 

15 Neilson, David L. , chiropractor 

... Carrick, Mrs Elizabeth M'B. 

17 Hay, Misses E. and M. 

... Hay, T., golf professional 

... Eenton, Mrs Jane 

... Reid, Mary M. L. 

... Gow, John 

. . . Lindsay, R. M. , elect, contractr. 

... Strachan, Mrs Catherine 

... Doig, Robert, wine merchant 

19 Fisher, D. 

... Drever, Mrs M. G. 

... Ormond, James, teacher 

... Martin, Alexander, confectnr. 

... Pickles, H., warehouseman 

... Whitelaw, Mrs E. M. 

... Cussick, Bernard 

21 Ellis, Alfred G., instructor 
... Ogilvie, Mrs Robina 

... Baird, Mrs Charles 

... Baird, J. Mason, organist 

... Kimber, Mrs 

... Graham, Miss Kathleen 

... Morrison, Mrs J. A. 

Airlie terrace here 
24 Black, Win. D., assist, mngr. 

22 Lee, Miss Nelly 

... Allan, William, traveller 
... Greig, Miss 

... M 'Donald, J., ret. police lieut. 
... Terriss, Alexander, traveller 
... Mitchell, Mrs Mary A. 
... Mitchell, Graham, chemist 
... Callaghan, Mrs Isobel 
... Callaghan, Miss N. I., dancing 
teacher 

20 Cummings, Wm., pharmacist 

. . . Cummings, Charles, pharmacist 
... Reynolds, Mrs Amy 

lia 



20 Petrie, David, representative 
... Waters, Misses 
... Harrison, F., manager 
... Farrelly, James 
... Sim, Robert S., manager 
18 Greig, Arthur S., butcher 
... Johnston, Mrs Alexander 
... Littlejohn, James H. , reporter 
... Mathew, James 
... Ritchie, Mrs Spenser 
... Mitchell, Mrs Maggie 
16 Buist, Dr Robert Cochrane 
12 Whyte, Dr G. F., surgeon 
10 Scott, A. A. B., ophthalmic 
surgeon 

8 Kinnear, Dr John 

6 Beveridge, Dr Arthur J. 

4 Foggie, Dr William E. 

2 Sturrock, Dr George M. 

AIRLIE TERRACE. 

PERTH ROAD. 

1 Kepple, Charles, waiter 

2 Wood, Miss 

... Davidson, George, traveller 

... Cathro, Mrs Charles 

... Kerr, John, science teacher 

... Shaw, James, motor engineer 

... Baxter, Mrs James 

... Murdoch, Rev. J. R. 

3 Carroll, Maggie Allison 

4 Greenshields, Thomas, traveller 
... Jolly, Robert, engineer 

... Little, Andrew, baker 
... Taylor, George 
... Smith, Selcraig J., engineer 
4A.Tonge, Jas. H. P., insur. mgr. 

6 Shand, Misses 

7 Hutchison, Frank S. 
... Rubin, Isaac, draper 

... Robertson, Victor G.S.,G. P.O. 

inspector 
... Cohen, Reuben, fruiterer 
... Scott, Miss Margaret 

8 Spence, Misses 

9 Strachan, William, saddler 
... Johnson, Mrs Jessie 

... Bilbow, Thomas, shipkeeper 

... Irvine, John, musician 

. . . Irons, Charles, garage attendant 

... Patullo, James, engineer 

... Anderson, Robert B., radio dlr. 

10 Robertson, Harry T., solicitor 

. . . Beedie, Miss Jean 

... Hamilton, Mrs Margaret 

... Hamilton, Robert, fire assessor 

... Hamilton, Jas., radio engineer 

. . . Froebel, F. E. V. , foreign corres . 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



Airlie terrace — continued 
10 Walls, Rognvald, engineer 
... Ross, Mrs James F. 

ALBANY ROAD. 

WEST FERRY. 

The Croft- 
James Fenton, solicitor 
Fairfield road here 

19 Dunella— 

Mrs M'Connachie, priv. hotel 
Neal M'Kechnie, chauffeur 

21 Stewart, Mrs Agnes E. 
Ellieslea road here 

23 Newstead — 

Kenneth S. Malcolm, manufr. 
Claremont — 
Wm. Boyd, retired director 
40 Netherby— Mrs K. Fullerton 

Balmyle road here 
30 Encliffe— 

Stephen M. Rae, C.A. 
28 Balcarres — George Robertson 
26 Walker, James, motorman 

24 Meredith, Cecil W. . director 

22 Cargill, David F., bleacher 

20 Charlemont — Misses Mitchell 
18 Invercraig — 

W. W. Fairweather, tobacco 
manufacturer 
Fairfield road here 
12 Wilson, William, chauffeur 
10 Balnacraig — Thomas Herd 

David H. Cameron, chauffeur 

ALBANY TERRACE. 

DPDHOPE TERRACE. 

1 Hutton, Mrs Alexander 

2 Smith, Mrs Elizabeth 

3 Whyte, Misses 

4 Matthew, Mrs Helen 

5 Young, Frank G., principal 

6 Fraser, Rev. Alexander R. 

7 Barker, Rev. John R. 

8 Banks, Miss E. H. T. 
... Banks, Harry K. 

9 Sturrock, Mrs R. F. 
Law street here 

10 Sunnylaw — 

Sir Alex. Spence, grain mer. 

11 Smellie, Rev. W. T. 

12 Pollock, Mrs James 

13 M'Lay, David B. , city engineer 

14 Lee, William J., engineer 

15 Buist, Wm. H., cabinetmaker 

16 Smith, Wm.,jun., boot manufr 

17 Hunter, Andrew U. 

18 Maclean, Rev. George M. 



19 Souter, Miss M. A. 

20 Bain, Ian M., rector 

21 Nairn, William, jutespinner 

22 St Leonards- 

Mrs Harry Stevenson 
Harry T. Stevenson, dyer 

23 Macdonell, Rev. W. A. 

24 Scott, John, builder 

25 Simpson, Mrs Mary 

26 Butchart, Alex., licensed grocer 
... Butchart, Wm. E., lie. grocer 

27 Norrie, Mrs Helen 

28 Reid, Sydney E. F. , city asses'r 

29 M 'Donald, Miss 

30 Stevenson, John L., solicitor 

31 Henderson, Mrs David S. 

32 Netherwood — 

J. Neilans, chief constable 

33 Kilgour, David, merchant 

34 Carsebrae — 

G. Buchan Black, manufactr. 

35 Carmichael, Mrs George 

36 Sharp, Mrs Andrew 

37 Davie, George M., pharmacist 

38 Macanna, Rev. R. Clephane 

39 Lee, James C, engineer 

40 Anderson, William C. 

41 Allan, Andrew, headmaster 

42 Whitford, Rev. Albert 

43 Thomson, Alexander, manufr. 

44 Tait, Charles W., secretary 

45 Morrison, Miss M. 

ALBERT ROAD. 

WEST FERRY. 

1 Short, James, gardener 
3 Kidd, David, gardener 

Bayfield road here 
7 Taylor, Mrs M. S. 
9 Watson, Mrs R. L. 
... Clark, Robert, gardener 

13 Tay mount — 

Alexander Wighton, merchant 
William P. Spark, gardener 

14 M'Intyre, Peter J., C.A. 

12 Barrett, Milton, policeconstable 

ALBERT SQUARE. 

(See Meadowside.) 

ALBERT STREET. 

PRINCES STREET. 

1 Leighton, Robert, spirit mer. 
5 Greig Brothers, butchers 
7 Tinley, Misses 

... Dorward, George, motordriver 
9 Cowper, Robert, tobacconist 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



171 



11 Stott, Joseph (Dundee), Ltd 

cabinetmakers 
13 Cairnie, James, mechanic 
... Airth, William, motordriver 
... Johnston, David, egg merchant 
... Mackie, Edward, frenchpolish'r 
15 Nay, Mrs Helen, dairy keeper 
17 Fairweather, Adam, hairdresser 
19 Forbes, Alexander, tobacconist 
21 Taylor, David B. 
... Glassey, Thomas, timekeeper 
23 Kerr, James, furrier 
25 Crowe, Mrs Flora, confectioner 
27 Fowler, George A., blacksmith 
... Pattullo, James S. , painter 
... Robertson, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Hogarth, Wm., station insptr. 
29 Stewart, A. N., watchmaker 
31 Fugaccia,Attilio,fishrestaurant 

Raglan street here 
41 M'Intosh, Alex. , licensed grocer 
45 Phin, B. & M. H., fish merchts. 
47 Byars, Mrs Eliza 
... Coupar, John, ironturner 
... Whyte, Peter, contractor 
49 Burnett, Robert, baker 
51 Noble, John A., confectioner 
53 Bruce, Alastair, fruiterer 
55 Bruce, Misses, newsagents 
57 Morris, Stewart, spirit mer- 
chant 
61 Halliday, Mrs Lilian, confectr. 
63 M'Kenzie, John, lamplighter 
... Baxter, W. R. , tinsmith 
... Diamond, David, joiner 
65 Lilburn, John A., bootmaker 
67 Hume, Miss Annie, confectnr. 
69 Murray, John, tailor 
71 Gall, James, jute batcher 
... M'Kenzie,Arklay, machineman 
... Menzies, Stewart, joiner 
... Beveridge, Harry, electrician 
73 Nicoll, David, licensed grocer 

Craigie street here 
77 Duri'e, Miss S. L., clerkess 
79 Buchanan, Dr William E. A. 
81 Clark, Dr J. Gordon 
83 Coomber, Stephen E. , inspctr. 
85 Buchanan, Dr T. King 
87 M'Nab, Miss, house proprietrix 
. . . Strachan, Mrs Jane 
... Walls, Alex. , marine engineer 
89 M'Nab, Miss Jane 
93 Dobbie, Archibald, shoemaker 
95 Ireland, R. F., butcher 
97 Esposito, Nicolas, fish restaurt. 
99 Philip, James, confectioner 

M'GM street here 



101 Ferguson, William, grocer 
105 Sharp, Andrew, boilermaker 
107 Dye, W. & D. , chimneysweepers 
109 Burnett, Douglas, plater's hlpr. 
... Hirst, Andrew A., plumber 
... M 'Garry, Miss 
111 Coupar, Miss Jean, confectioner 
113 Dryden, D. S., chemist 

Park avenue here 
115 Low, Wm. , & Co., Ltd., grocers 
117 Sinclair, Miss S. F., draper 
119 Scott, Charles, flesher 
121 Buttercup Dairy Co., Ltd. 
123 Taylor, Mrs John 
... Masterton, William S., joiner 
... Dunn, Mrs Mary 
... Burnett, Walter, dentist 
... Elrick, Alexander, diesetter 
125 Weir, M. C, newsagent 
127 Wright, Margaret, milliner 
129 Raitt, Guthrie, painter 
131 Weir, Miss M., newsagent 
Melville, Mrs Annie 
Wilkie, David, manager 
Collier, James, pianotuner 
Walker, Miss M. 
Duncan, George, machineman 
133 Peebles Brothers, Ltd., grocers 

Cardean street here 
165 CommercialBankof Scot. , Ltd. ; 

A. S. G. Thomson, agent 
167 Vickers, Richard, masseur 
... Boag, John, painter 
... Galloway, James, cardriver 
... Stobie, John, traveller 
... Cairns, Henry, billiard-room 
proprietor 
169 Malone, Thomas, boot repairer 
171 Carnegie, Wm. M., fish mercht. 
173 Innes, Miss Bessie, home 

produce dealer 
175 Simpson, Mrs R., draper 
177 Smith, James, clerk 
... Smith, A. Stanley, manager 
... Innes, Mrs Marion 
... White, David, slater 
. . . Simpson, William, machineman 
179 Ingram, J. R., Ltd., bakers 
185 Carnegie, David 

Mitchell, Alexander B. 
Anderson, Mrs Helen 
Tulloch, James, clerk 
Kinnear, Alex. M., saddler 
M'Leod, Mrs Mary 
Robertson, Allan R., job. gardn'r 
Robertson, Donald, fine art 

dealer 
Denham, Annie 



172 

Albert street — continued 

185 Fairweather, David C, club- 
master 

191 Barrie, G. & P., Ltd., aerated 
water manufacturers 
. . . Innes, Miss Bessie, produce dlr. 

195 Page, Major Henry, S.A. 
... M'Kinnon, James, buyer 
... M'Farlane, Thos., spiritdealer 
. . . Bowie, Robert S. , draper 
... Robertson, Allan, clerk 
... Steel, Henry, foreman 
... Adams, John D., P.O. salesman 
... Barrie, Alexander, manager 
... Alexander, Miss G. , draper 

197 Smith, Hood, & Co., Ltd., coal 
merchants 
... Lindsay, Mrs William 

201 Paton, Graham, loco, fireman 
... Bankine, Dr George 

205 Wright, James, stationer 

207 Bain, David, funeral undertaker 
... Mamie, Miss 
... Fernie, Miss 
... Ramsay, James, engineer 
. . . Kimiear, William R. 

209 Miller, J. W., ironmonger 

211 Kidd, Andrew G., Ltd., bakers 

213 Welsh, Miss Isabella 
... Anderson, Mrs Margaret 
... Anderson, William, builder 
... Breslin, Miss M., teacher 

215 Johnston, William, grocer 

217 Matthew, Alexander, & Son, 
butchers 

219 Williamson, J., &Co. , chemists 

221 Gardiner, James 
... Kidd, Alexander B., joiner 
... Anderson, John, chemist 
... Yeaman, Jas., superintendent 
... Clark, Robert A., sub-editor 
... Wright, Miss Helen 
... Wares, Angus, compositor 
... Robertson, Mrs Susan, nurse 

223 Butter, Alfred G., fruiterer 

225 Balfour, Mrs Helen, stationer 

227 Sim, Robert, grocer 
Stobswell here 
Stevenson Brothers (Dundee), 

Ltd., dyers 
Ogilvie Church 
Eliza street here 
170 Roberts, P. T., & Son, painters 
168 Guild, Mrs Agnes 
... Anderson, Alexander, merchant 
... Falconer, Albert, cash clerk 
... Marshall, Miss, fruiterer 
... Tarbet, Mrs R. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 

168 Barclay, John, gasworker 
166 Whyte, Mrs R., outfitter 
164 White, MrsB., fish merchant 
162 Gibb, Colin, confectioner 
160 Leiper, James A., fishworker 
... Renwick, John, postman 
... Bevan, Joseph, fireman 
... Smith, Misses A. and E. 
... Brown, James 
158 Mayfair, milliners 
156 Ogg, James M., bootmaker 
154 Geekie, David, hairdresser 
152 Franchi, V., confectioner 
150 Band, Alexander, stevedore 
. . . Begg, Arthur, patternmaker 
... Barnett, David, jute stower 
... Macdonald, George, welder 

145 Taylor, Miss M., dairykeeper 

146 Leonard, John, baker 
144 Grewar, David, butcher 
142 Mitchell, George, sawyer 

... Sandeman, Andrew, manager 
... Thomson, William C. , welder 
... Naismith, Thomas, electrician 
... Stewart, Robert, sawmiller 
. . . Christie, Mrs Margaret 
140 Lindsay, R. M. (Dundee), Ltd., 
chemists 
Balmore street here 
138 Royal Bank of Scotland 
136 Kettle, Donald, clothier 
134 Millar, William, compositor 
. . . Sangster, Mrs J. S. , apartments 
... Shepherd, Mrs Rhoda, nurse 
... Leith, Gordon, dentist 
... Phillips, Francis D., mechanic 
... Fernie, Misses C. and A. 
132 Rea, James, & Sons, grocers 

Langlands street here 
128 Hogg, Andrew PI, tobacconist 
126 Robertson, David N., baker 
124 Marshall, Miss, fruiterer 
122 Gray, William, bootmaker 
120 Stewart, Phyllis F., fruiterer 
118 Malloch, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Thomson, Jas. , church-officer 
... Thomson, William, baker 
. . . Fairweather, Miss Annie 
... Easley, Fred, clerk 
... Brown, Miss Helen 
... Milne, Robert, docker 
116 S. John Baptist Episcopal Ch. 
104 Foulis, Robert, confectioner 
102 Drummond, Emily, hairdresser 
100 Anker, George, fishmonger 
98 Horsburgh, David, contractor 
. . . Dundee Contracting Co. , Ltd. 
... Dron, William, foreman 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



173 



98 Watson, Jas. , & Son, coal mer- 
chants 
... Dorward, Alex., cabinetmaker 
... Mackie, Miss, dairykeeper 
90 Anderson, Thomas, traveller 
... Duncan, George, cardriver 
88 Murray, John, butcher 
86 Chalmers, Mrs B., newsagent 
82 Dundee Eastern Co-Operative 

Society, Ltd., grocers 
78 Paterson, Robt. B., hairdresser 
76 Fergusson, Miss 
... Fergusson, Donald, foreman 
... Chalmers, Charles D., time- 
keeper 
... Stewart, Miss Mary 
... Mill, Mrs William 
. . . Sullivan, T. , engine attendant 
74 Blair, Mrs Bella, fruiterer 
72 Potts, J. S., butcher 
70 Kidd, Andrew G., Ltd., bakers 
66 Crichton, Euphemia, dairy pro- 
duce dealer 
64 Kydd, T. S., grocer 
62 Mitchell, Mrs Helen, home 
produce dealer 

Arthur stone terrace here 
52 Lawson, W. A., grocer 
50 Sutherland, John W., newsagt. 
48 Lindsay, William, clerk 

Tyrie, Mrs Ann 

Rollo, George B., bar manager 

Fulton, Robert 

Barrie, Harry A., traveller 

Dunbar, Miss R. , poulterer 

Briggs, Miss M. , saleswoman 

Smith, Walter, clerk 

Dunbar, George 
46 Craig, James, chemist 
44 Buttercup Dairy Co. , Ltd. 
42 Gibb, George, fruiterer 
40 Craig, Miss A. 
... Kilcullen, M. 

... Ogilvie, Charles J., radio cllr. 
... Munro, Miss Anna, cashier 
... Y.W.C.A. Rooms 
... Winton, Miss Eliz., grain mer. 
38 Burgoyne, James, painter 
36 M'Murtrie, Miss Mary, con- 
fectioner 
34 Johnston, Mrs John 
... Brown, Mrs Helen 
... Stronner, James, gas inspector 
... Whittet, Miss J. 
32 Ogilvie, Charles J., electrical 

engineer 
30 Keiller, James, & Sons, Ltd., 
bakers 



Lyon street here 
28 Wallace, John W., spirit mer. 
26 Allan, Mrs Jessie 
... Walker, David, cablejointer 
... Smith, Alexander, musician 

24 Houston, James. confectioner 

22 Mackie, Miss, dairykeeper 

20 Reid, Arthur B. , tobacconist 

18 Fullerton, Alex., attendant 
... Moir, Rhoda, typist 

... Davidson, Mrs Jane 
... Paxton, John, carter 

16 Landsburgh Bros. , lie. grocers 
12 Butter, Alfred G., fruit merch. 
10 Walker, James 

... Burnett, Walter, dentist 
. . . Craig, Mrs Margaret, nurse 
... Keillor, James, engineer 
... Blair, David O, clerk 

8 M'Laren, James W., grocer 

6 Wilson, W. F., bootmaker 
4 Duguid, John, traveller 

... Beckett, Joseph, cattledealer 
2 Bank of Scotland ; James Mac- 
donell, agent 

ALEXANDER STREET. 

HILLTOWN. 

(One way street — Eastwards) 

7 Cameron, Thomas O., baker 

9 Miller, Miss 

15 Lavery, Thomas, broker 

17 M'Donald, John, overseer 

19 Ness, John, grocer 

21 Robertson, Wm., coaldealer 

23 Hay, Mrs Annie, general dealer 

25 Lavery, Philip, fireman 
James street here 
Elizabeth street here 

63 Silicani, Pedro, confectioner 
67 Palladium Picture House ; 
John B. Milne, proprietor 

Carnegie street here 
83 Doig, John, confectioner 
85 Sherriffs, William, slater 
89 Anderson, Mrs W. A. 

Jamaica street here 
93 Smith, James, newsagent 
95 Phin, James, plumber 
... Johnston, Thomas, fitter 
... Stewart, William, fitter 
... Bruce, George, cycle agent 
. . . Johnston, John F. , grocer 
... Cooper, James, busdriver 
... Simpson, John, mason 
99 Campbell, Harry, motordriver 
. . . Malone, James, calenderworker 
... Barnett, Alexander, labourer 



174 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



Alexander street — continued 
101 Dargie, John A. C, mason 

... Tolmie, Edward, postman 

... Howe, James, ironturner 

... M'Cabe, Mrs 

... Lindsay, Thomas, newsagent 
lOlJThomson, Miss Eliza, draper 
103 Johnston, G. A., Ltd., grocers 

North Wellington street here 
107 Cunningham, Henry, chimney 



115 Skinner, George, boot repairer 

117 Fox, Mrs Annie, confectioner 

119 Lowden, Geo. M., ironrooulder 
... Cleary, Edward, foreman 

129 Kinnear, William H., grocer 
North Ellen street here 
North William street here 

141 Findlay, James, bleacher 
. . . Steel, Thomas B. , clerk 

... Crowe, Charles, boot repairer 

143 Macaulay, David 

159 Gray, Alexander, foreman 
167 Small, Alfred, windowcleaner 
166 Beattie, John, confectioner 
164 Veitch, John, porter 
... Nicoll, Mrs A., licensed grocer 
... Shiells, David, foreman 
... Robertson, Wm. S., fruiterer 
... Parr, Robert, lathsplitter 
... Reilly, George, hairdresser 
164ABayne, David W., bootrepairer 
162 M 'Adams, Mrs M. A., grocer 
158 Nicoll, Mrs Alexander, grocer 

North William street here 
156 Grant, William, grocer 
154 Grieve, Thomas, labourer 
152 Rodger, John, confectioner 
148 Cochrane, Peter, coal merchant 
... Cochrane, Joseph, coalmerchant 

144 Kennedy, C, hairdresser 

142 Baird, Mrs Agnes, confectioner 
138 Blair, John, labourer 

130 Low, David, coachbuilder 

. . . Barbieri, Augustino, restaurat'r 
128 Young, Mrs E. 0., spiritdealer 

North Ellen street here 
126 Clark, Miss Catherine, fruiterer 
124 Smith, Margaret, grocer 
122 Buik, Allen, salesman 

120 Laird, Thomas, butcher 

118 Laird, Mrs John, baker 

116 Gasparina, F., restaurateur 
114 Watson, Miss J., home produce 
112 M'Cabe, Patrick 

110 Connelly, Mrs M., general dlr. 
106 Myles, John, motordriver 
104 Nicoll, Isabella, newsagent 



102 Lowe, James, grocer 

North Wellington street here 

Hilltown Church 

Jamaica street here 
84 M'Ghee, A., hairdresser 

Carnegie street here 
80 Sherriff, Andrew R., butcher 
74 Hutchison, Mrs Mary 
72 Dellanza, G., fish restaurant 
70 Sullivan, Patrick, furniture dlr. 
68 Gillen, Miss Mary, confectioner 
66 Pratt, Andrew S., dentist 
64 Marshall, Mrs Margaret 
... Kiddie, Thomas, baker 
... Clark, Jessie, grocer 
60 M 'Farlane, Thomas, wine mer. 

Elizabeth street here 
54 Logie, Frank M . , spirit mer. 
50 Nicol, Stewart, boot repairer 
46 Anderson, Alice, confectioner 
28 Geekie, John, newsagent 

James street here 

10 Simmons, Richard, machineman 

8 Cooper, Thomas F., labourer 
6 MTntosh, Wm. , confectioner 

ALLAN STREET. 

SEAGATE. 

Lindsay & Low, Ltd., bakers 

6 Johnston's Stores, Ltd., office 

4 Smith, John, carter 

2 Martin, James, wine merchant 

ALPIN ROAD. 

EAST END OF LOONS ROAD. 

1 Mackenzie, R. G., chemist 
lAMacnab, Colin, fish restaurant 

3 Blacklaws, F. R.,sub-postmstr. 
Brant-wood place here 

5 Henderson, Mrs Annie 

7 Prain, John, warehouseman 

9 Procter, Mrs C. W. 

11 Reid, Andrew, teacher 
13 Hutchison, Mrs Christina 
15 Mitchell, John, overseer 
17 Baillie, James, cashier 

19 Christie, Robert, clerk 

21 Peat, Thomas, hacklemaker 

23 Electric Power Station 

72 Mudie, Da vidS., electrical engr. 

70 Blair, Robert, manager 

68 Ritchie, James, teacher 

66 Reid, Edward, police constable 

64 Barry, Mrs A. G. 

62 Keith, William, clerk 

60 Small, Harry B., clerk 

58 Crabbe, Mrs W. M. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



175 



56 Dallas, Agnes H. 

54 Gillespie, Peter 

52 Crockett, Alexander, engineer 

50 Hay, John M. , joiner 

48 Williamson, James, cardriver 

46 Tough, Mrs Alena 

44 Shields, Arthur W. S., clerk 

42 Nicoll, Mrs Isabella 

40 Edwards, Mrs J. 

38 Smith, Mrs Alexander 
Glenisla terrace here 

36 Shand, Miss Elizabeth 

34 Henderson, Mrs Mary 

32 Hunter, George, telegraphist 

30 Stewart, Thos., radio engineer 

28 M'Fall, Miss Elizabeth 

26 Scrimgeour,Robt.,tel. linesman 

24 Roy, Janet 

22 Tyrie, John, ironturner 

20 Chalmers, James, tailor 

18 Wilkie, John R., salesman 

16 Donaldson, Jas. N., hairdresser 

14 Black, Mrs A. 
12 Gonnella, Albert, busdriver 

10 Robbie, James, teacher 

8 Watt, James B., clerk 

6 Kidd, James H. , warehouseman 

4 Hogg, Dickson, clerk 

2 Allan, Mrs A. 

ALPIN TERRACE. 

LAWSIDE ROAD. 

1 Cameron, David, blacksmith 

3 Halkerston, Jas. M., compositor 

5 Haggart, Mrs Helen 

7 Gray, Francis, accountant 

9 Harvey, Frank 

11 Phin, Albert, blockcutter 

15 Davidson, David, traveller 

17 Naulty, John, chemist 

19 Young, David, upholsterer 

21 Grieve, William 

23 M' Donald, James, teacher 

25 Edwards, William, switchboard 

attendant 

27 Wallace, Norman, motor engr. 

29 M'Glashan, Wm., tramdriver 

31 Hughes, Owen, police constable 

33 Flight, Peter, barman 

35 Lumsden, William, clerk 

37 Gunn, Charles M., fitter 

39 Russell, Wm. , umbrella maker 

41 Hay, Alexander, gas inspector 

43 Hunter, James, insurance agent 

45 Duncan, Alex., boilermaker 

47 Sharp, David, baker 

32 Wilson, W. B., foreman 

30 Cathro, David, clerk 



28 Urquhart, Wm., woodturner 
26 Scott, George N. , clerk 

24 Henderson, William, mechanic 

22 Scott, William F. , butcher 

20 Frew, William, railway fitter 

18 Davidson, Charles 

16 Taylor, James W., librarian 
12 Dorward, James, salesman 

10 Millar, Mrs Marjory 

8 Shannon, Malcolm, chauffeur 

4 M'Arthur, Joan, costumier 
2 Walker, Mrs Jemima 

AMBROSE STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

19 Gall, Alexander, labourer 

23 Devaney, John, hairdresser 

22 Ferrier, David L. , pilot 

16 Gall, Thomas, contractor 

AMERICANMUIR ROAD. 

DOWNFIELD. 

5 Ireland, Charles 

7 Cordiner, Keith M., salt merch. 
Railway bridge here 

9 Abbot, John D., dispatcher 

11 Allardice, W. A. R., secretary 
Frederick street here 

15 Storrie, Mrs Annie 

17 Ford, James 

19 Drummond, Daniel C. 

21 Cook, Andrew, tailor 
. . . Dewar, William J. 

. . . Dodds, Mrs Robert 

23 Mitchell, Wm. O, insur. agent 

29 Wilson, James P., butcher 
31 Watson, John S., clerk 

33 Laycock, Fred. 

35 Cuthbert, William, engineer 

37 Robertson, Mrs 

39 Smith, Helen S. 

41 Farquhar, Andrew A., potato 
merchant 

43 Moore, Miss J., dressmaker 

45 Coupar, William M., joiner 

47 Ogilvie, James, plumber 

49 Ireland, Mrs B., butcher 

51 Forrest, E. S., clerk 

53 Meechan, Andrew, pawnbroker 

... Meechan, Mrs M. 

... M'Laughlin, Miss Martha 

91 Paton, Alexander, nurseryman 
103 Honeyman, Isabella 
105 Prain, Edward, coal merchant 
107 Marnoch, Mrs Mary 
109 Bell, Mrs David 
115 Steel, John, carpetweaver 

... Fyfe, Mrs 



176 

Americanmuir road — continued 

115 Yule, Miss 

119 M'lntyre, David, farmer 

Downfield Golf Club 
100 Downfield Nurseries — 

Storrie, Thyne, & Co. , nursery 
men 
James Rattray, motordriver 
98 Robertson, William 
96 Balmer, John, gardener 
94 Lumsden, James, constable 
92 Prain, Edward, coal merchant 
90 Dryden, Mrs M. A., dairy keeper 
88 Rodger, Robert, gardener 
86 Featherstone, Charles, gardener 
84 Leith,.John, greenkeeper 
82 Buchanan, Forrest W., travelr. 
48 West Kirkton— 

David M'lntyre, farmer 
38 Gibson, Alexander, grain mer. 
36 Macdonald,NormanM.,travel'r 
34 Taylor, David 
24 Philip, Miss M. 
20 Phillips, James N., wine mer. 
18 Cameron, Miss M. G. 

Frederick street here 
12 Ramsay, Miss, laundress 
Railway bridge here 

10 Brown, Robert B., engineer 
. . . Fraser, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Watson, George, shipwright 

8 Hay, William, tenter 
... Quarrier, Miss 
... Scott, Peter L., Y.M.C.A. 

groundsman 
... Pringle, James, quarryman 

6 Macnaughton, Hugh, furrier's 

cutter 
... Thorns, A. B., painter 
... Gordon, Stewart S., traveller 

4 Bell, Francis, foot specialist 
... Cruikshank, George, insur. agt. 

2 Murray, John, plumber 
. . . Key, Harry D. , newsagent 

ANCRUM DRIVE. 

TULLIDEPH ROAD. 

1 Melville, James, chemist's asst. 

3 Watson, A. Mills, manufac- 

turers' agent 

5 Harper, Henry, chief inspector 

7 Low, James, overseer 

9 Samson, Arthur B., foreman 

11 Davidson, James Y., plumber 
13 Harley, James, lino, operator 
15 Blackery, David, overseer 
17 Cargill, Frank S., enginedriver 
19 Lowe, John, overseer 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



21 Runcie, David, collector 

23 Hirst, James, salesman 

25 Gow, Andrew E., clerk 

27 Byers, Peter, sheetmetal wrkr. 

29 Young, Charles, foreman 

31 Paterson, John, windowdresser 

33 Fox, Norman W., buyer 

35 Strachan, Alexander, manager 

37 Calder, James, monotype attdt. 

39 Stewart, James, butcher 

41 M 'Michael, Mrs 

43 M'Kenzie, Mrs Davina 

45 Cameron, Archibald, salesman 

47 Taylor, Mrs Annie 

49 Lorimer, Charles D., baker 

51 Bain, W. K., clerk 

53 Robertson, John, baker 

55 Jolly, William, stationer 

57 Finlay, James, assurance agent 

59 Binnie, Miss Harriet, agent 

61 Henderson, Alexander,postman 

63 Boyd, Arthur, enginedriver 

65 Marshall, James 

67 Mollison, James, teacher 

69 Swan, A. J., traveller 

73 Coles, William, clerk 

75 Fairley, Misses, teachers 

77 Robertson, David L., foreman 

79 Ronald, Charles, waiter 

81 Penfold, Walter E., engraver 

83 Melrose, Christopher, engineer 

85 Bellingham, James, foreman 

87 Fleming, James M., mechanic 

89 Mathewson, James, engineer 

91 Stir ton, William, motordriver 

93 Glen, James, blacksmith 

95 Hunter, Douglas K., process 

engraver 
97 Baines, Miss E. L. 
99 Anderson, John, bank clerk 
101 Kay, John, milloverseer 
103 Galloway, Stewart, engineer 
105 Low, James, enginedriver 
107 Brownsmith, Maurice, traveller 
109 Inglis, John, motor salesman 
1 1 1 Duncan, Mrs L. 
113 Scott, Thomas M., butcher 
115 Beckingh am, Edward, manager 
117 Burton, Frank, printer 
119 Inglis, Anderson, printer 
121 Lindsay, Allan, insurance agt. 
123 Gouck, Ralph, clerk 
125 Simpson, Harry M., draper 
127 Greig, Lawrence, assist, mangr. 
141 Millar, Mrs A. H. 
143 Ianmar — John Smith 
145 Glen, James, mechanic 
140 Mathers, Thomas, grocer 



STREET DIRECTORY. 

138 Bracklinn— Mrs Ellen Taylor 
136 Moness— 

Mrs Alexander Robertson 
134 Clark, John, clerk 
132 Farrell, Miss Margaret 
130 Brown, James G., foreman 
128 Willowbrae— John Todd, clerk 
126 Williamson, Alexander, lino- 
type operator 

96 Wilson, George, frenchpolisher 

94 Arbuthnott, Geo. , enginedriver 

92 Smith, James, spirit merchant 

90 Soutar, William, baker 

88 Easton, David, bootmaker 

86 Milne, William C, manager 

84 M'Millan, David C.,carpetwvr 

82 Thomson, James 0. , bank clerk 

80 Mac Donald, Pat. , postal servant 

78 Gage, James, manager 

76 Cleghorn, Mrs M. 

74 Sutherland, George, clerk 

72 Anderson, A. A., machineman 

70 Bell, Mrs James 

68 Rankin, Charles, bank teller 

66 Lamb, Mrs Joan 

64 Markie, Peter 

62 Robertson, Miss Helen 

58 Kirkaldy, Robert, enginedriver 

56 Dewar, Robert, signalman 

54 Deas, John, bootmaker 

52 Thomas, William, marineengnr 

48 Milne, George, baker 

46 Mann, Edward, bank acc'ntant 

44 Robertson, Alexander C, clerk 

38 Soutar, Robert, fruiterer 

36 Bain, John, tailor 

34 Thomson, Charles, architect's 
assistant 

32 Wallace, Edward, fruiterer 

30 M'Callum, John, advert, agent 

28 Clark, George, fitter 

24 Starrs, Geo., process engraver 

22 Fisher, Peter, engineer 

20 Robertson, John, overseer 

15 Valentine, Christina, grocer 

16 Taylor, John, stationmaster 
14 Mays, John A. , teacher 
12 Williamson, Mrs John 
10 Roberts, William, manager 

8 Lyall, Robert T., clerk 

6 Dryden,Wm. E., potato mercht. 

4 Hunt, John, contractor 

2 Macpherson,Don.A.,bankclerk 



ANCRUM ROAD. 

LOCHEE. 

5 Henderson, Mrs A. 
13 Mollison, Frank, lorryman 



177 

15 M'Mahon, M., ret. policeman 
17 S. Margaret's Episcopal Church 

19 Henderson-Howat, Rev. R. 
21 Gahlinger, Charles, manager 
23 Donald, Dr William 

Mitirton road litre 
25 Watson, Charles 
27 Butchart, Mrs C. 
29 Duncan, Mrs William, butcher 
33 Burns, Misses, teachers 
35 Buick, Alex. S., wareh'seman 
37 Lochee Bowling Green 

Gibb's lane here 
45 Ancrum Road Public School ; 
Albert Latto, headmaster ; 
Alexander Forbes, caretaker 
Peel street here 
63 Lindsay, Frank S., mechanic 
71 Lowden, Geo. T. G. , confectnr. 
73 Booth, Mrs Euphemia 
75 Pitkeathly, T. G., salesman 
81 Stewart, Edw.,markt. gardener 
87 Newtonmount — 

James Hunter, baker 
Park place 
1 Hill, Thomas, millmanager 
3 Lowden, Geo. T.G., confectnr. 

5 M'Phee, Alex., pawnbroker 

6 Mitchell, Peter, pharmacist 

7 Sutherland, Mrs L. 

8 Macdonald, Mrs A. 
. . . Gavine, Adam D. , coal mercht. 

9 Pattullo, William, grocer 

10 Hutchison, James, carter 

11 Andrew, Rev. Harry 
14 Stewart, Frank, joiner 
20 Brown, Peter, blacksmith 
... Brown, J. M., housefactor 

93 Fisher, Mrs A. W. 
95 Millar, Miss J. S. 

GlLMOUR PLACE 

20 Martin, Mrs C. R., licensed 
grocer 

18 Robertson, David, clerk 

16 Stewart, David 
... Stewart, Douglas, butcher 
... Stewart, Ronald, butcher 
14 Baxter, Mrs J. Y., spirit mer. 

99 Stewart, Peter, markt. gardener 
103 Wilkie, Mrs M. 
105 Johnston, Mrs M. 

... Johnston, G. M., contractor 

... Riding School 
107 Comb, Robert A., joiner 
109 Gray, Alfred, postmaster 
127 Adam, William A., architect 
129 Binnall, A. E., jun., manager 
131 M'Donald,MrsE. S., lie. grocer 



178 

Ancrum road — continued 
133 Howie, Jas.B., process engraver 
135 Macleod, Alexander, engineer 
Backhill of Balgay — 
Edward Robertson, farmer 
Alexander Noble, manager 
Glamis road here 
Balgay Park ; George Topen, 
gardener 
46 Lochee Park; Hugh Cameron, 

park-keeper 
38 Milne, William, saddler 
36 Maybank-John Morris, butcher 

Ancrum drive here 
34 Sturrock, Geo., retired manager 
32 Black, Mrs Rachel 
30 Delvyn, John A., sorting clerk 
28 Brydie, David T. , draper 
26 George, J. Kennedy, billiard- 
room proprietor 
24 Webster, David, butcher 
22 Brydie, David, draper 
20 Smith, W. H. , wine merchant 
18 Black, Richard, painter 
. . . Black, Richard G. , painter 
16 Mitchell, David 

14 Ancrumsyde — 

George Allan, draughtsman 
12 Campbell, George S. 
S. Margaret's School 
8 Fraser, Miss M. 

Tullideph road here 
2 Robertson, Robert, fish mer. 

ANDERSON'S LANE. 

LOCHEE. 

1 Stewart, David, engineer 

15 Caledonian Works; Spalding & 

Valentine, Ltd., manufactrs. 

8 Harkins, John, motordriver 
... Boyd, William, foreman 

4 Watt, Mrs 
... Duff, James, watchmaker 

2 Donachie, Mrs Mary 



ANN STREET. 

HILLTOWN. 

3 Tracey, Miss Helen 
5 Weir, Henry, confectioner 
7 O'Brien, Mary 
... Moonie, Thomas, ropeworker 
9 Mudie, Alexander, stationer 
9AStewart, Robert, butcher 
11 High, J. & A., coal merchants 
ll^Bayne, William, & Son, joiners 
13 Scott, James, waste merchant 
... Guthrie, James, labourer 
15 M'Hugh, Edward, undertaker 



STREET DIRECTORY. 

17 Ewen, James, home produce 
19 Barbieri Bros., fish restaurant 
21 Kinnaird, Mrs Isabella, confctr. 
21£Clinton, John, boot repairer 

Powrie place here 
23 Stirling, John, jun. , painter 
25 Kiddie Brothers, hairdressers 
27 Leddie, Edwd. , jun. , spirit mer. 
31 Rosen, Mrs Sarah, pawnbroker 
35 Ahern, J. & M. , licensed grocers 
37 Walker, Robt. , chimneysweep 
... Scullin, David, waterproof er 
39 Brown, David, funeral director 
41 Hughes, Annie, stationer 
43 Pairley, Mrs Peter, spiritdealer 

Forebank road here 
47 Hutchison, John, dockgateman 
... Edgar, Mrs Agnes 
49 Weir, Henry, confectioner 
... Leslie, John, jute batcher 
... Butchart, James, enginedriver 

Bonnybank road here 
65 Latto & Ritchie, drapers 
67 Marsh, Wilson, confectioner 
69 Brown, Misses A. & T., dairy- 
keepers 
71 M'Laren,Alex.,railwaychecker 
... Marsh, Wilson, confectioner 
... Neill, Jane, certified nurse 
73 Small, John, butcher 
75 O'Neill, Henry, currier 
77 Dick, Ernest C., draper 
81 Burgoyne, James R. , painter 
85 Brown, E. & M., stationers 
87 Imlay, John, china merchant 
... Japp, Hugh F., shipyard wrkr. 
... Davis, Mrs Alice 
... Hill, Alexander, upholsterer 
89 Gorrie, Walter, spirit mercht. 

Nelson street here 
89|Hay, James, furniture dealer 

Wellington street here 
97 Ballingall & Mackenzie, fruit'rs 
99 Cummings, Gordon, chemist 
101 Smith, George, newsagent 
103 Ingram, J. R., Ltd., bakers 
105 Smeaton, Mrs K., grocer 
107 Robertson, R. M. , dockgateman 
... M 'Adams, Mrs Mary A. 
... Reid, Miss Barbara 
109 Smillie, MissMargt., confect'r 
113 Patterson, W.,& Sons, bootmks. 
115 D'dee Pasteurised Milk Co., Ld. 
117 Sidey, James S., joiner 
119 Scott, Margaret, draper 
121 Wilson, James P., butcher 
123 Leuchars, David, spirit mercht. 
Ellen street here 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



179 



127 Watt, Robert R., draper 
129 Webb, R. S., fishmonger 
131 Mullaney, Joseph, tenter 

... Stewart, John, packingcase 
maker 
137 Eastern Co-operative Soc. , Ltd 
139 Swankie, Mrs J. D., newsagent 
141 Rollo, John, calenderworker 

... Mack, James, baker 
143 Soave, M., confectioner 
145 Douglas, Miss J., hairdresser 
147 Mackenzie, Joseph, resta'rateur 
147JBarty, John, warehouseman 

... Smith, James, newsagent 

149 Scott, James C. H., spirit mer 
William street here 

151 Keay, Mrs M. A., fruiterer 
159 Herron, William, bootmaker 

161 Kerwin, Alexander, foreman 
... Cook, Alexander, motordriver 

163 AnnStreetPublicSchool; Angus 
C. M. Fraser, headmaster 

182 Taylor, Miss Helen, dairy- 
keeper 

180 Patterson, James, grocer 

170 Robb, James, butcher 

168 Glendon, Miss Jeannie, fruiterer 

166 Liddle, James 
... Keay, Margaret A. R. 

162 Thomson, Mrs W., tobacconist 
158 Herron, William, bootmaker 
156 M'Currach, Alex., confectioner 
154 Crockatt, George, hairdresser 

152 Mitchell, David, baker 

150 Young, Charles, chemist 
North William street here 
North Ellen street here 

120 Johnston's Stores, grocers 
118 Robertson, James, foreman 

... Crear, Alexander 

... Walker, Alex., coal merchant 
116 Robertson, David N., baker 
114 Winton, John, draper 
112 Grossett, David, butcher 
110 Hawkins, Albert, dairykeeper 
106 Barbieri, A., restaurateur 
102 Millar, Mrs Catherine, newsagt. 
100 Jack, William, butcher 

98 Reid, James C, hairdresser 

96 M'Kenzie, Pearce, grocer 
North Wellington street here 

94 Wellington Works ; R. G. Ken- 
nedy & Co. , manufacturers 
Jamaica street here 

90 Beat, Mrs Robert, fishmerchant 

82 Scott, George A., baker 
Carnegie street here 

80AAitchison, Mrs C, dairykeeper 



78ALownie, William, bookbinder 
78 Young, Charles, baker 
76 Clark, Charles, bootmaker 
74 Barbieri, Dante, restaurateur 
72 Barbieri Bros. , fish restaurant 
70 Dewar, Alfred E. , grocer 
68 Nicoll, Stewart, boot repairer 
66 Fallan, Mrs A. , fruiterer 
64 Gilchrist, Miss Agnes, confectr. 
62 Stewart, J. D., millfurnisher 
... Johnstone, T., tram conductor 
60 Whyte, Robert W., plumber 
58 Hain, Miss M., hairdresser 
56 Anderson, J. S., baker 
54 Robertson, William, spirit mer- 
chant 
Elizabeth street here 
52 Wood, George, & Son, drapers 
50 Wallace, Frederick, newsagent 
48 Imlay, John, china merchant 

46 Young, Charles, druggist 

44 Scott, Earl, insurance agent 

42 Reid, D., & Sons, butchers 

40 Williamson, Walter, confectnr. 

38 Burgoyne, James R., painter 

... Smith, David, tenter 

... Montgomery, Mrs William 

36 Wallace, J. M., & Sons, bakers 

34 Milligan,MissM., blouse spclst. 

32 Wishart, W. , grocer 

... Crichton, Miss 

30 Carse of Gowrie Dairy Co. , Ltd, 

28 Donnachie, Mary, milliner 

26 Mortali, T., confectioner 

James street here 
24£Rough & Fraser, bakers 
24 Stuart, William G. , butcher 
22 Boyd, Alexander, confectioner 
20 Alexander, Miss G., draper 
18 M'Intosh, Mrs Annie 
16 Thomson, Mrs E., grocer 
14 Scott, Esther W., broker 
12 Suttie, Sam., temperance bar 

6 Robertson, George, baker 

2 Ireland, Mrs Eliz., caretaker 

ANNFIELD ROAD. 

HAWKHILL. 

3 M'Farlane, Mrs, confectioner 
5 Cosgrove, James, draper 

7 Stewart, Robert J. , hairdresser 

43 Gordon, Edward, fireman 

45 Alexander, Mrs Jemima 
. . . Gow, Miss L. 

... Young, Alexander R., porter 
... Mills, John, haulage contractor 
... Rae, Donald, baker 

47 Crawford, Joseph, mechanic 



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Annfleld road — continued 

47 Fitzpatrick, Pat., paper-roller 
49 Burness, William, mechanic 

Martyrs Church 
55 Evans, Owen, church-officer 

106 Millar, George 
... Christie, And.,harb'r gateman 
... Robertson, Charles, tenter 

104 Stuart, Miss Helen, newsagent 

102 Hetherington, Alex., hairdrsr. 

100 Wilson, John, traveller 
... Fitzpatrick, Thos., spiritdealer 
98 Winter, Miss Mary, confectnr 
96 Norrie, Alexander, stationer 
94 Forrester, Misses, drapers 

Annfiekl street here 
90 Thomson, John, painter 
88 M'Kay, William, machineman 
... Mudie, Frank, ealenderworker 
... Raitt, Robert 
86 Tough, William, ironturner 
... Harley, Henry W. , joiner 
... Magill, Thomas 
84 Mill, John, fish merchant 

Annfield row here 
82 Mather, Miss M., spiritdealer 
76 Ledger, Mrs A., confectioner 
66 Ashton Works W T elfare Club 
52 Marr, David, labourer 
46 Millar, Mrs Thos. , restaurateur 
42 Brown, William, engineman 
40 Duncan, George, & Son, builders 
28 Baltic Works ; Hardie & Smith, 

Ltd., manufacturers 
22 Wanless, George, baker 
16 Hunter, James, storekeeper 
... Wallace, George, confectioner 

12 Beattie, Jas., wardrobe dealer 

8 Gerrard, Joseph, licensed grocer 

2 Cosgrove, James, jun., coal mer- 

chant 
... Cosgrove, Thos., motor enginr. 

ANNFIELD ROW. 

ANNFIELD ROAD. 

1 M'Fee, Stewart, grocer 

3 Huggins, Robert, baker 

5 Anderson, And., storekeeper 
. . . Ledger, Mrs Annie, confectioner 
... Duncan, Harry, painter 
... Thomson, John, painter 

7 Dargie, William, engineer 
. . . Abbot, James M. , traveller 

9 Reid, John, dustman 
11 Heffel, Osborne, seaman 
... Curran, Alex., irongrinder 
... Brown, John, railwayman 

13 Greig, Alexander, painter 



15 Duff, Andrew P., lampman 
17 Forbes, Thos. , ealenderworker 

19 Brown, Colin, boot repairer 
44 Duguid, Mrs Annabella 

28 Edward, James, ropemaker 
26 White, Alexander, barman 
22 Payne, H. , labourer 

20 Anderson, Albert, jute preparer 

16 dimming, Charles, seaman 
... Robertson, Mrs M. 

10 Savage, Ernest, painter 
... Lyall, Colin D., overseer 

8 Gerrard, Joseph, grocer 

6 Donaldson, James, waiter 
... Pirie, Robert, ironturner 

2 Halkett, Wallace, tenter 
... Neill, John, bottler 

ANNFIELD STREET. 

ANNFIELD ROAD. 

1 Dunn, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Bell, Joseph, commission agent 
... Hodge, Frederick, plasterer 
... Izzard, Thomas W., laboratory 

technician 
... Reid, William, coachtrimmer 

5 Meiklejohn, Dr William 
Blackness street here 

7 Leslie, Miss Isabella, home 

produce 

9 Anderson, F. M., coal merchant 

11 Drummond, D., motor engineer 

13 Keddie, David, baker 

15 Smith, Andrew, newsagent 

17 Thomson, B., shoemaker 

19 Weir, James, barman 

... Reid, Lawrence, gardener 
... Dunford, Miss M. 

20 Penny, Mrs Elizabeth 

18 St Peter's Mission Hall 

16 Wallace, George, baker 

14 Tennant, Mrs 

12 Mill, John, fish merchant 
... Duff, Mrs J. 

10 Isbister, Mrs 

... Burry, William, yarndresser 

8 Middleton, John, calenderwkr. 
... Clark, David, grocer 

... Gracie, Andrew, fruiterer 

6 Sayers, John, retired 

... M'Fee, Cornelius, barman 
4 Nicoll, Mrs Mary 

ANSTRUTHER ROAD. 

PITKERRO ROAD. 

1 Robertson, Jas ,insur. manager 

3 Couper, John J., P.O. supervisor 

2 Bryuier, George A., ironturner 



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ARBROATH ROAD. 
1 Tindall, John, grocer 
3 Lawson, Alf. M., dentist 
... Stewart, Mrs A. 
... Grant, William, labourer 
... Holden, George, postman 
5 Baird, Colin, tobacconist 
7 Hunter, Miss Mary, fruiterer 
9 Carruthers,Wm.G, hairdresser 
13 Archibald, Miss Mabel 
... Stephen, Alexander, salesman 
... Moffat, Alexander, seaman 
... Scott, Adam S. 
... Craig, James 
15 Bayne, Robert, cycle agent 

Robertson street here 
27 Lorimer, Charles, fireman 
... Cochrane, Joseph, coal mercht. 
29 Gibson, John H. , railway porter 
... Smith, Alexander D., dentist 
31 Leitch, Alex., jute preparer 
35 Braid, John, calenderworker 
37 Yule, David, hammerman 
... Lindsay, James, engineman 
43 Malone, Thomas, bootmaker 
45 Ward Road Baptist Church 
Mission Hall 
Lilybank road here 
49 Morrison, Wm., newsagent 
51 Cargill, James, coal merchant 
53 Proctor, John 
55 Hindmarch, Mrs W. L. 
57 Hunter, David, caulker 
59 Todd, David, coaldealer 
61 Ferguson, William 
65 Simpson, John, jun., turner 
67 Ross, Mrs Barbara 
73 Wilkie, Alexander, labourer 
75 M'Allister, John, painter 
77 Mack ay, Jean, fruiterer 
79 Imrie, Peter, motorman 
... Fox, Peter 
... Clark, Alfred 
... Petrie, Norman, salesman 
... Norrie, Mrs Jessie 
79ALilburn, John A., shoemaker 
81 Wilson, John, butcher 
85 Kidd, Andrew G., Ltd., bakers 

Baffin street here 
87 Ross, Kinnear, spirit merchant 
87AAnderson, John, chemist 
89 Leitch, Alexander, millworker 
... Patterson, John, ironturner 
... Jago, E. B., baker 
. . . Fearns, R. , traveller 
... Fearns, Miss Marjorie, grocer 
... Berry, William A., mechanic 
91 Nunn, George, leatherfinisher 



91 Nunn, George, jun., manager 

... Kidd, MrsM. 

... Stewart, John D. 

93 Keillor, William S., dyer 

... Carmichael, Mrs Peter 

... Taylor, John, shipsteward 

... Strachan, Mrs A. 

... Bobb, William, salesman 

... M'Kenzie, Edward, inspector 

95 Anderson, Misses 

97 Watson, Mrs C. 

Smith, David, engineer 
Soutar, Miss Elizabeth 
M'Cartney, Miss Jessie 
Baird, Mrs Mary 
Vandore, James, electrician 
Turner, Mrs Joan 
Soutar, Alexander, newsagent 
Eden street here 

99 Paterson, Miss M., house prop- 
rietrix 

... Kydd, Alex. D. G., engineer 

... Masterton, James, engineer 

... Ramsay, Archibald, engineman 

... Crabbe, Joseph C, clerk 
. . Cameron, Mrs A. S. 

... Haggart, Miss 
101 Young, Frank C, coal mer- 
chant 
103 M'Glashan, David 

MacKenzie, David, traveller 
Blair, Mrs Christina 
Doig, John S., printer 
Wilkie, Alfred, joiner 
Gonnella, Frank, compositor 
Moffat, David, salesman 
Morrison, William, newsagent 
Springhill here 
105 Johnston, G. A., Ltd., grocers 
107 Ingram, J. R., Ltd., bakers 
109 Rattray, Miss 

... M'Culloch, C. S., clerk 

... Low, David M., clerk 

... Pope, Miss C. M. 

... Mackay, R. D., journalist 

. . . Gorrie, Miss Jane, teacher 

... Boyd, James G., manager 

... Craig, Miss 
111 Henderson, George S., clerk 

... Young, D. H., marine engineer 

... Waterson, Andrew, teacher 

... Smith, William C. 

... Sword, Charles 

... Watson, David, manager 

... Mitchell, Misses 

... How, Mrs J. W. 
113 Williamson, D. S., musician 

... Munro, Mrs Jane 



182 

Arbroath road — continued 
113 Adam, James, mechanic 
... Langlands, David, clerk 
... Lamb, John, clerk 
... Wilson, John, butcher 
... Jack, Hugh, manager 
Thornbanfc street here 
121 Arbroath Road Petrol Station 
123 Thornbank Putting Green 

... Blackley, Charles, confectioner 
14lAWishart, Robert, newsagent 

Dalkeith road here 
141 Baird, Colin, tobacconist 
143 M'Kendrick, Miss Nellie 
145 Sim, Mrs Robert 
147 Redhill Private Nursing Home; 

Miss B. M. Ness, matron 
149 Duthie, Miss M. T. , spiritdealer 
... Duthie, H. L. A., insurance 
inspector 
151 Phillip, George, mason 
153 M'Inroy, Duncan, wareh'seman 
155 Pennycook, Win. ,cinemapropr. 
157 M'Leod, Mrs Mary 
159 Hay, David, mechanic 
Kenilworth avenue here 
167 Coan, M., sculptor 
169 Mayfield Hostel (Teachers' 
Training College) ; Miss 
Malloch, warden ; Alexander 
Davidson, head gardener 
215 Robertson & Moncur, sculptors 
Dalgleish road here 
East Haddon road here, 
Craigie avenue here 
221 Graham, Chas., insur. manager 
223 Macnaughton, A., stereotyper 
225 Watt, David D., clerk 
227 Watt, Mrs Jane A. 
229 Carruthers, Thomas 
231 Gordon, Peter J., insur. agent 
233 Cameron, Donald, foreman 
235 Praser, Thomas S. 
237 Smith, David M., stationer 
239 Martin, Mrs R. L. 
241 Young, James, engineer 
243 Croll, Andrew L., coal mer 

chant 
245 Band, Martin M. , salesman 
247 Malone, Robert, mason 
249 M'Guine, Gordon, process 

engraver 
251 Ritchie, Alfred B. , electrician 
253 Gordon, Mrs Jeanie 
255 Keith, Lindsay S., accountant 
257 Waddell, William, clerk 
259 Grieve, David, clerk 
261 Gibson, Wm., harbour porter 



STREET DIRECTORY. 

263 Lawson, Alexander, mechanic 
265 Cardno, Wm. J., compositor 
267 Martin, John, insurance agent 
269 O'Neill, William, riveter 
271 Leigh ton, Mrs Alison 
273 Ross, John, traveller 
275 Langlands, David, engineer 
277 Melville, Chas., harbour porter 
279 M'Bride, Ed. O, sorting clerk 
283 Bryson, Mrs Elizabeth 
285 Pdtchie, Archibald 
287 Brewster, James, police const. 
289 Hunter, David C, engineer 
291 Watt, William D., ship-plater 
Noran avenue here 
Gannochie terrace here 
Balgavies avenue here 
293 Chapman, John P., journalist 
295 Adamson, George, joiner 
297 Young, William D., clerk 
299 Downie, Alfred, clerk 
301 Anderson, Miss Annie 

... Anderson, William 
303 Patterson, William B. , mason 
305 Mitchell, Miss M. W., buyer 

... Smart, Miss I., buyer 
307 Gardner, James, draughtsman 
309 Proudfoot, John, clerk 
311 Pennycook, David, manager 
313 Scott, Miss 

315 Fleming, Thomas, foreman 
317 Petrie, George 
319 Fergusson, James D., clerk 
321 Henderson, James F.,dockgate- 

man 
323 Gloak, C. W., foreman 
325 Hall, William, painter 
327 Dewar, James 
329 Bonnyman, William, traveller 
331 Lawrence, Robert, gasworker 
333 Duff, William, postman 
335 Patterson, Alex., inspector 
337 Nicholson, A. J., asst. supt. 
339 Mitchell, James, plumber 
341 Farningham, Alfred P., artist 
343 Brand, John, clerk 
345 Farningham, A., draughtsman 
347 Mason, James, traveller 
Greendykes road here 
Strips of Craigie road here 
353 Rennie, Jas. H. , housefurnisher 
Craigie Home Farm— F. M. & 
G. Batchelor, farmers 
399 North Craigie lodge — 

William Wyllie, gardener 
401 Kennedy, Miss 
Fairfield, road here 
Glaypots road here 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



183 



Hutchison, Duncan, spirit mer. 

Ingles, Alex., insurance secy. 

Walker, John, accountant 

Phillip, Charles, teacher 

Eldred, Eustace, engineer 

Fair, James B., traveller 

Ashton — John Smylie, clerk 

Kenmore — 
Thomas M. Munro, teller 

Dand, John R. , vanman 

Belim — David Pennycook, mgr. 

Allison, James, garage propr. 

Clay pots road here 

Baluniefield — 
Fergus M. Baxter, merchant 

Wayside — 
Robert Duff, merchant 

Brunetta— 
James M. Brown, deputy city 
architect 

Wynhurst — 
Miss Joan Kirkcaldy, jeweller 

Kildara — 
John T. Millar, hatter 

Gotterstone farm — 
F. M. & G. Batchelor 
Miss Mary Turner 

Dunglass — 
Mrs James Stevenson 
248 M'Lachlan, Archibald 
246 Wilson, David D., teacher 
244 Yule, Rev. J. H. 
242 Watson, Harry, manager 
240 Bayne, Robert, clerk 
238 Carmichael, Dan., solicitor 
236 Forrester, David S., inspector 
234 Moir, James I., engineer 
232 Petrie, Harold, clerk 
230 Williamson, A G., draper 
228 Latto, Albert, headmaster 
226 Stewart, William, accountant 
224 Taylor, Ronald E., engineer 

Electricity sub -station 

M'Candless, William, manager 
220 Campbell, John, foreman 
218 Haldane, John S., traveller 
216 Fraser, John, manager 
214 Johnston, Jas. H. C, journalist 
212 Acharn— 

David R. Smith, glazier 
210 Ogilvy, Charles G., elect, engr. 
208 Singer, J. B. , salesman 
206 Bromberger, Solly, merchant 
204 Finegan, Michael, spirit merch. 
202 Haxton, James G. 
200 Johnston, Lyall, customs officer 
198 Jarvie, Mrs'Helen 
196 Dick, William, butcher 



194 Morris, Frederick C, clerk 
192 Williamson, H. L., depute 

sheriff- clerk 
190 Galloway, Charles, deputy 

manager Labour Exchange 

185 Smith, Mrs Mary 

186 Ferguson, Wm. F., secretary 
184 Whyte, George, dental surgeon 
182 Keith, James, wine merchant 
180 Stratton, David, clerk 

178 Leslie, Clement M., clerk 

176 Paul, David, grieve 

174 Bennet, Thomas, chauffeur 

172 M'Glogan, Mrs 

170 Brierley, William & Hartley, 

dairymen 
168 Fairley, Mrs John 

Milton of Craigie road here 
East Kingsway here 
East Kingsway Petrol Station ; 
Richard Hutchison, proprietor 
166 Lilbura, John A., shoemaker 

Montgomerie crescent here 
164 Carseof Gowrie Dairy Co. ,Ltd. 
162 Patterson, Norman B. , butcher 
160 Cundall, Mrs E. M., confectnr. 
158 Smith, David M., stationer 
156 Macfarlane, C. W., chemist 
154 Kydd, Miss M., draper 
Montgomerie avenue here 
150 Gibb, Alexander 
148 Gibb, Miss J., home produce 
146 Robertson, Peter F., confectnr. 
142 Greendykes — 

W. & A. M 'Lean, farmers 
Eastern Necropolis ; William 

Shepherd, keeper 
Old Craigie road here, 
134 Crerar, Mrs Daniel 
132 Robb, Joseph, cashier 
130 Menzies, William, wareh'seman 
128 Russell, Rev. A. M. 

Clarence road here 
126 Edwards, Richard, electrical 

engineer 
102 High Schl. Recreation Grounds 
100 Bedson, Geo. D. , Council officer 
98 Stewart, Frank H. 

Bobson street here 
96 Foggie, Mrs William 
94 Kinmond, David N., manager 
92 M'Intosh, William, spirit mer. 

Dalkeith road here 
90 Watt, Alexander, sen. 
... Watt, R. M., photographer 
Baxter Park; Allan P. Laird, 

gardener 
Baxter Park Church 



184 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



Arbroath road — continued 

Baxter Park terrace here 
62 Taybank Works ; Scottish Co- 
operative Wholesale Society, 
Ltd., spinners & manufctrs. 
Morgan street here 
54 Robertson, MrsJas., confectr. 

Kembach street here 
42 Watson, Harry A., chemist 
40 Arnot F.C. Clubrooms 
36 Grant, George, commission agb. 
34 Delnevo, J., fish restaurateur 
32 Cadenhead, Mrs J., confect'ner 
30 Anderson, Charles, optician 
28 Webster, John, shipwright 
... M'Dougall, Mrs W. 
... Addison, William, joiner 
26 Thomson, Andrew, shoemaker 
24 M'Leary, Robert, confectioner 
22 Young, Fergus, furniture dlr. 
20 Kelly, Miss M. , stationer 
18 Cumming, Robert J. , salesman 
... Kinmond, Mrs W. 
16 Edwards, Albert, fruiterer 
12 Buchan, William, bootmaker 
10 Robb, James, confectioner 

8 Sheriff, David, mechanic 
... Bruce, David 
... Brown, Alexander, waiter 
... Mollison, James, postman 

6 Barron, James R., dairykeeper 

4 Lilburn, Misses, drapers 

2 Smith, Mrs John 
... M'Kenzie, Robert, sailmaker 



ARCHER STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Mearns, Allan, salesman 

3 Mcoll, Mrs I. 

5 Lamond, Mrs Johanna 
... Ellis, Frank L. 

7 Kennedy, JohnB., draughtsman 

9 M'Mann, Norman, superintdt, 
13 Adamson, Miss 
15 Lumsden, John, shipsteward 
17 Wilson, James, traveller 
19 Keay, Izat, dairyman 
21 Stepto, Thomas, brushmaker 
23 Campbell, J. D., elect, engineer 
25 Campbell, James C, gardener 
27 Stewart, Robert, constable 
29 M 'Donald, William H. 
31 Hutton, F. D. 
40 Cruickshank, Alfred, clerk 
38 Lumsden, Charles M., clerk 
36 Dickson, Douglas R., manager 
34 Moore, Miss Catherine 



32 Elder, John, chauffeur 

30 Mitchell, Jas. A. B., salesman 

28 Duncan, Mrs Mary Ann 

26 Gordon, Mrs D. H. 

24 Whitton, John G., traveller 

22 Gardiner, George, traveller 

20 Rutherford, R. W. , clerk 

18 Steele, Charles, traveller 

16 Donald, James R. C, clerk 

14 Methven, Thomas, gardener 

10 Knight, Mrs Jessie B. 

8 Anderson, Joseph T. C, slater 

6 Scott, Fred. D. 

4 Steel, John, police sergeant 

2 Stephen, Johnston, telegraphist 



ARGYLE STREET. 

MARYFIELD. 

1 Lawson, Kenneth I. 
Duff street here 

3 Gow, Misses 

5 Lamond, Mrs Jemima 

7 Duffin, Robert A., manager 
9 Nicoll, James 

Clive street here 

15 Thomson, George 

17 Kidd, John W. 

19 Cardosi, C, restaurateur 

... Scottish, French, and Italian 
Touring Agency; B. D. Ster- 
paio 

21 Abercraigie — 

D. Y. S. Buttars, dentist 
36 Ferguson, Wni.M., vet. surgeon 
34 Alexander, Rev. Hugh 
32 Kerr, James S., bootmaker 
30 Leslie, Mrs James G. 
... Leslie, David C, engineer 
28 Halliday, Rev. John M. 
26 Rattray, C. F. 
24 Arthur, Mrs J. 

22 Allan, Thos., chart, accountant 

20 Fyfe, Mrs W. G., spirit merch. 

18 Smith, Mrs Ann 

... Smith, William C, merchant 
... Currie, Rev. John W. 

16 Norfor, Rev. R. Christopher 
... Sturrock, Rev. I. J. W. 

14 Neill, Misses 

12 Thomson, John B., city collec- 
tor and L.T.O. 
10 Westwood, Mrs M. I. 

8 Robb, Mrs Wilhelmina 
6 Millar, Mrs Thomas M. 

4 Carr, James, merchant 
2aRoss, James, printer 

2 Robertson,NormanD., solicitor 



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185 



ARKLAY PLACE. 

ARKLAT TERRACE. 

1 M'Pherson, Mrs Mary 

... Johnston, Robert, postman 

... Barnes, Mrs Agnes 

... Mudie, William, grocer 

... Cobban, Wm. , railway guard 

2 Stewart, Charles M., waiter 
... Boyack, Alex. M., traveller 
... Shaw, Henry, salesman 

... Norrie, Robert O, joiner 
... Simpson, Mrs J. 

3 Dalgetty, Andw., brassfinisher 
... Duff, Martin, busdriver 

... Durward, John C. , drumtester 

... Whyte, Archibald, tailor 

... Hancock, Wm., insurance agent 

... Bird, Mrs M. 

4 Ross, William T., fireman 
... Glennie, James, blacksmith 
... Brown, Ei'nest, traveller 

... M'Donald, Mrs Christina 

. . . Cuthbert, Ben j . , ticket collector 

... Lindsay, Alexander, mechanic 

5 Gibb, E D., motor engineer 
... Fraser, Mrs Elizabeth 

... Ramsay, Mrs Jemima 
. . . Robertson, George, storekeeper 
. . . Watt, Alex. , assistant overseer 
... Kidney, Thomas, turner 

6 Anderson, Robert, butcher 
... Millan, James, traveller 

... Currie, Alex., ticket collector 
. . . Wallace, Lorenzo, milk salesman 
... Moncur, Stewart, clerk 
... Moir, Mrs Isabella 

ARKLAY STREET. 

CLEPINGTON. 

Albert Mill ; William Cleghorn, 

Ltd., jutespinners 
Tannadice street here 
1 M'Rae, Mrs 
3 Bell, Andrew, mechanic 
... Reid, Alexander, mechanic 
5 Gilroy, Wm. R. , garage attndt 
... Lamont, Charles, cook 

7 Kerr, James 

... Fernie, Alexander, pavior 

. . M'Leod, Mrs Helen 
... Gow, Richard, electrician 

9 M'Ewan, J., elevator attendant 
... Adam, Miss 
... Grant, William, grocer 
... MacDonald, William, mechanic 
... Gourlay, Alexander, jute stower 
11 Gowans, James, machineman 
... Cuthill, Alexander, butcher 



11 Smith, Edward, barkeeper 

... Walker, David, twinepolisher 

13 Kermath, John, warper 

... M'Leod, Miss Ann 

... Carr, John, dispatcher 

... Davidson, John, painter 

15 Stone, Mrs 

Strathmore street here 
17 Robertson, Mrs D., grocer 
17ACabrelli, Davido, restaurateur 

Sandeman street here 
19 Beat, Frank, slater 
... Robertson, Harry, baker 
... Mollison, James, salesman 
... Edmonds, Mrs Helen 
... Middleton, Robert, bootmaker 
... Tait, A. G., compositor 
21 Shand, Alex., butcher 
... Gray, Miss JeaD, clerk ess 
... Henderson, Francis Y., radio 

engineer 
... Doig, Richard, salesman 
23 Beveridge, William, manager 
... Murray, Mrs Lizzie 
. . . Urquhart, John, monotype opr. 
... Veitch, Mrs Nathan 
. . . Peters, Mrs Annie 
25 Milligan, Miss Mary 
... Hunter, William, baker 
. . . Adam, Alexander S. , iron turner 

Arklay terrace here 
27 Nicoll, Ralph, joiner 
... Howe, James, mechanic 
... Leigh ton, William, joiner 
... Ogilvie, Mrs M. 
29 Cramb, Jas. C, bus conductor 
... Taylor, John, gardener 
... Robertson, George, grocer 
... Christie, William, butcher 
31 Low, Robt. M., insurance agt. 
... Gordon, William F., fireman 
... Whyte, Duncan, tenter 
33 Robertson, Alex., sheet-metal 

worker 
... Mitchell, Andrew, blacksmith 
... Veitch, Nathan, patternmaker 
... Smith, Kerr A. S., upholsterer 
118 Murray, Jas., Sub-Post Office 
116 Smith, John, clerk of works 
... Ogilvie, Mrs 
... Christie, James T., joiner 
... Bell, William, chauffeur 
... M'Arthur, Wm., motordriver 
114 Niven, Robert M., engineer 
. . . Ure, Mrs George L. 
... Myles, Robert, warehouseman 
... Steedman, Mrs 
... M'Kellican, Charles, joiner 



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Arklay street — continued 
112 Brodie, William, labourer 

... Cameron, Anslie, millworker 
110 Turpie, Alexander 

East Fleming gardens here 
82 Mackie, James, millfurnisher 
... Clarke, Mrs Margaret 
80 Stewart, David, carter 
76 Miller, James, grocer 
.. Nicholson, Thomas, clerk 
... Robertson, Wm., motor engr. 
... Robertson, Mrs S., grocer 
... Smith, Oliver, moulder 
. . . Smith, David F. , salesman 
... Rodgers, Miss B., manageress 
... Brown, Wm., motor mechanic 
74 M'Cullie, Mrs Jane 
... Fisher, William, tele, linesman 
... Mair, William, wood machinist 
... Slidders, Norman, musician 
72 Imrie, Adam, foreman 
... M'Mahon, John, overseer 
... Fraser, Alexander, constable 
... Andrew, Charles J., grocer 
... Bonar, Peter, newsagent 
... Ogilvie, James, clerk 

Sandeman street here 

St James' Church 

Tannadice street here 

Fairbairn street here 

4 Todd, David K., electrician 
Potts, Alexander, plasterer 
Smith, Walter, machineman 
Stirton, John, woodmoulder 
Robertson, Alexander, painter 
Beat, Charles, clerk 
M'Kane, William, grocer 

2 Withers, Alexander, traveller 
.. Isard, Albert, musician 
.. Sydie, Peter, shipwright 
.. Marshall, Alexander, butcher 
. . Proctor, Mrs A. 

ARKLAY TERRACE. 

ARKLAY STREET. 

1 Grimmond, Morrison M., 

newsagent 
.. Ramsay, Joseph, lodgekeeper 
.. Millar, Mungo, enginefitter 
. . Whyte, James, ironmoulder 
.. Chalmers, Andrew, engineer 
.. Boyd, Alexander, fruiterer 

3 Lawrence, David, meterfitter 
.. Robertson, Mary 
. . Scott, Mrs Elizabeth 
. . Devlin, Alex. , cabinetmaker 
. . Robb, Mrs Margaret 

5 Taylor, Miss M., dairykeeper 



5 Proudfoot, James, tenter 

... Pattullo, James, jun., painter 
. . . Kennedy, Nicoll, tram condctr. 
... Wilkie, John, confectioner 
... Miller, Mrs Euphemia 

7 Mann, Mrs Isobel, hairdresser 
... M'Intosh, Hendry, porter 

... Williamson, George, watchman 
. . . Grandison, S. D. ,f renchpolisher 
... Scott, Miss Margaret, draper 
... Reid, Mrs Jane, grocer 
9 Whitton, Arthur, wareh'seman 
... M'Kenzie, John, sawyer 
... Reid, George W., engineer 
... Inch, William, patternmaker 
Wood, Alex., dockgateman 

11 Balsillie, George J., clerk 
Shand, James, butcher 
Doig, Elizabeth D. , assist, editor 

13 Millar, William P., baker 
Deuchars, William L., manager 
Pattie, George L., enginedriver 
Cunningham, Mrs Ann 

15 Smith, Robert, insurance agent 
Kinnaird, J. C, boot repairer 
Stewart, James, manager 
Wilkinson, Samuel, enquiryagt 
Wallace, Henry, machineman 
17 Kinnear, Peter M. , jun., motor 

engineer 
... Dargie, John, baker 
... Mollison, Robert, tenter 
... Ogg, Alexander, clerk 
... Ramsay, William, manager 
19 Grant, Henry, mechanic 
... Hutchison, Kobert, dispatcher 
... Soutar, John, teleph. linesman 
... Gillespie, David, fireman 

14 High, David, foreman 

. . . Arbuthnott, Richd. ,motordrvr. 
... Donaldson, James, P.O. insptr. 
... Hutchison, Herbert, chauffeur 
... Guthrie, Hugh, postman 

12 Taylor, John A., engineer 

... Coupar, Wm. , insurance agent 
... Carrie, John, joiner 
... Campbell, David, cabinetmkr. 
... Munro, George, storekeeper 
10 Myles, Alex. , car conductor 
... Milne, David, joiner 
... Kenneth, John, secretary 
.. M'Naughton, Kenneth, mangr. 
North Court street here 

8 Robertson, Alex. S. , blacksmith 
... Moon, George, foreman 

... Stewart, Peter, clerk 

6 Martin, James E., postman 

... Brady, James, wine merchant 



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6 Bickerton, Robt., stereotyper 
... Sinclair, John, ohurch-officer 
... Thomson, Robt., boot repairer 
ArMay place here 

4 Stirton, John, settdresser 
... Moir, Alexander, hairdresser 
. .. Crabb, David, ironmoulder 
. .. Cadenhead, Mrs Jessie 
... M'Kenzie, John, messenger 

2 Watson, William, gravedigger 
. .. M'Intosh, George, guard 
... Fawns, Mrs G., hairdresser 
... Tainsh, Andrew, busdriver 



ARTHUR STREET. 

DALLFIELD WALK. 

1 Henderson, George W., grocer 
13 Petrie, William, confectioner 
Rose street here 

23 M' Lagan, Thomas, gasfitter 

. . . Campbell, Robt. G. ,brassfinshr 
... Adamson, James, twinepolisher 

Hedge road 
17 Tragheim, Edward, baker 
26 Kelly, Albert P., spirit mercht 

24 Culross, Mrs Mary 

16 Speed, Charles, confectioner 
12 Christison, David, storekeeper 
6 Benedetti, Giulio, restaurateur 
4 Howie, George, shoemaker 



ARTHURSTONE TERRACE. 

ALBERT STREET. 

1 Coupar, David 
... Carstairs, David B. 
... Stratton, John, traveller 
... Rae, Robert, park rauger 
. . . Speedie, Georgina, confectioner 
... Blair, William, ship-plater 
3 St Patrick's R.C. Church 

Maitland street here 
5 Branch Library&Reading Room 
Broadway Theatre 
Erskine street here 
Brown Constable street here 
Malcolm, Ogilvie, & Co., Ltd., 
manufacturers 
48 Livingstone, Frank, funeral 
director 
Cunningham street here 
46 Allan, James, shipwright 
... Reid, Robert, calenderworker 
... Myles, Annie, confectioner 
. . . Alexander, Chas. , calenderwkr. 
... Brown, Mrs Jemima 
... Keith, Douglas, sheriff-officer 



46 Hutton, James, dockmaster 
44 Lees, James, overseer 
... Forbes, Andrew, motordriver 
... Laing, Mrs Mary 
... M'Kinnon, Thomas, butcher 
... Sampson, John, warehouseman 
... Milne, Geo. D. ,teleph. linesman 
.., Walker, John, jun. , tobacconist 
Brown Constable street here 
Royal Picture House; Edward 

& Fraser, proprietors 
Erskine street here 
20 Graham, Wm., billiard saloon 
18 Abbot, George B., clerk 
... Bowman, Charles R. 
... Gillies, Norman 
... Bruce, David, motorhirer 
... Robertson, Alexander C, coal 

merchant 
... Anderson, James T. 
... Patterson, Margaret A., shop 

assistant 
16 Dobbie, W., furniture salesman 
... Tait, John, commissionaire 
.. Baxter, Miss Isabella M. 
... Shearer, Charles, engineer 
... Millar, William C. , salesman 
... Crichton, Charles P., insurance 

surveyor 
... Whitehnrst, Fred. A., postman 
14 Anderson, Mrs Andrew 
... Russell, Mrs Mary 
... Clark, James, clerk 
12 Constable, Miss Mary 
... Stark, David, harbour porter 
... Kirkaldy, Miss Agnes B., shop 

assistant 
... Lumgair,Jas.,golfwoodworker 
... Buchanan, Donald, assistant 

manager 
... M'Intosh, Adam, engineer 
... Stewart, George, joiner 
... Coventry, Mrs Ann 
10 Jolly, Alexander, traveller 
... Steele, Alexander, stevedore 
... Christie, James 
... Murray, Alex., confectioner 
... Thomson, Peter, cardriver 
... Brown, James 
... Sloggie, James, overseer 
8 Edwards, David D. 
... Devlin, Mrs 

... Fairweather, Adam, hairdresser 
... Honeyman, JohnF. , compositor 
... Marnie, Alexander, butcher 
... Donaldson, Wm., hairdresser 
6 Murray, Alex., confectioner 
4 Marnie, Alexander, butcher 



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ASH STREET. 

LOCHEE ROAD. 

6 Park and Pleasance Brewery 

Ballingall & Son, Ld., brewers 
9 Carse of Gowrie Dairy Co., Ltd. 
17 Nicoll & Son, iron merchants 
... General Fireproof Building Pro- 
ducts Co. , builders' merchants 

ASHBANK EOAD. 

BLACKNESS ROAD. 

Blackness Joinery Co. 
] Clark, James, press artist 
3 Conacher, Fred. ,dentalsurgeon 
5 Cunningham, Keith, hairdresser 

7 Steen, Mrs 
9 Thomson, Mrs Joan 

11 Stuart, Charles F., clerk 
13 O'Hara, Daniel, engineer 
15 Leith, S. J. 
17 Kennedy, John 
19 Douglas, Joseph H., P.O. clerk 
21 Grossett, R. F., butcher 
23 Inglis, John, clerk 
25 Cameron, James 
27 Neish, A. G., draper 
29 Waddell, William, radiograph'r 
33 Taylor, George, fruiterer 
35 Crowe, William C. , spirit mer 
chant 

37 Smeaton, Miss, teacher 

39 Davidson, William, art master 
Logie avenue here 

41 MTntosh, William, butcher 

43 Henderson, James, hairdresser 

45 Thomson, James, watchmaker 

47 Forbes, John, chauffeur 

49 Cathcart, Douglas, baker 

51 Galbraith, Hugh, spirit mercht 

53 Shepherd, Miss Agnes 

55 Mitchell, James D., clerk 

57 Balfour, David, traveller 

61 Downie, Mrs L. 

63 Garland, James, enginedriver 

62 Hendry, Miss I.R., book-keeper 
60 Lees, James, hairdresser 

58 Bell, Miss E. T. 

56 Cramb, Miss E. G., clerkess 

54 Scotland, Duncan, insur. agent 

52 Young, Win. E. , tailor's cutter 

50 Elder, Miss Jean, teacher 

48 Hughes, James, newsagent 

46 Birrell, Miss Mary F., draper 

44 Nicoll, James, tramdriver 

42 Low, David, carpenter 
Logie avenue here 

40 Ramsden, Edgar T., joiner 

38 Prophet, John D., painter 



36 Moyes, Peter, butcher 

34 Morrison, Isabella, civil serv't 

32 Stewart, James R., jute clerk 

30 Tackney, Mrs Peter 

28 Whitfield, Henry H, clothier 

26 Dibbs, Mrs Ann 

24 Cameron, Hugh, shipmaster 

22 Baird, John P., pilot 

20 Currie, W. W., manager 

18 Esplin, Charles, housepainter 

16 Borthwick, Miss, superintdnt. 

14 Saunders, Robert 

8 Allardyce, Edward D., surgical 
instrument maker 

6 Smith, Charles, manager 

4 Lornie, John, mechanic 

2 Reid, Miss, teacher 

... Shanks, Miss, instructress 

AUCHRANNIE TERRACE. 

CRAIGIE AVENUE. 

1 Patrick, William A., baker 

3 Taylor, Harold, civil servant 

5 Barritt, George, optician 

8 Graham, James, harbour porter 

6 Irvine, John J., tailor 

4 Bowman, John, cablejointer 

2 Gilmour, Mrs Annie 

BAFFIN STREET. 

ARBROATH ROAD. 

3 Bennet, William, woodturner 
... Bromley, John, caretaker 

... Wilson, MrsD. L. 

... Constable, William, labourer 

... Dickson, Mrs E. 

... Grewar, George, joiner 

... Duncan, William, supervisor 

... Thomson, Margaret, home pro- 
duce dealer 

5 Carden, John, machineman 
... Bannerman, Alex., butcher 
... Kerr, John, coachpainter 
... M'Kenzie, John, joiner 

7 Liness, Miss Annie 
... Briggs, Miss Jane 

... Simpson, John, stoker 
. . . Cowan, Mrs Margaret 

9 Singer, Mrs 

... Catto, John, draper 

11 Huggins, James, patternmaker 

. . . Dawson, Richard, bar manager 

... Halbert, James 

13 Anderson, Robert, baker 

... Murray, Harry, fitter 

... Walker, Alfred, plumber 

15 Webster,MissMaggie, dairykp. 

... Tait, James H., marine fireman 



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2 



15 Reekie, Mrs C. 

... Gardner, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Coull, James, fishcurer 
... Gorrie, Peter, machinefitter 
17 Robertson, Miss M., draper 

16 Hay, Alexander W., joiner 
... Walton, Miss Ida 

... Henderson, John, boot repairer 
... M'Gouldrick And., sugarboiler 
... Barker, Daniel, engineer 
... Allan, Robert, joiner 
. . . Stewart, James, warehouseman 
14 Fleming, Mrs 
12 Swayne, Arthur, jun. , coal mer. 
10 Midland Motors (Dundee), Ltd. 
... Stocks, Thomas C, joiner 
8 Paterson, David B. , blacksmith 
... Anderson, John, sawyer 
... Mathers, James 

Brown, Robt., rtd. greenkeeper 

Hanton, Mrs T. 

Gilroy, George, fireman 

BAFFIN STREET— South. 

FERRY ROAD. 

Balfour, Mrs D. 
Whitton, James, lathsplitter 
Dingwall, Mrs Margaret 
Martin, John, carpenter 
Kirschstein, William, engineer 
Steven, James, insurance agent 
Murray, Alfred, riveter 
Adams, John, clerk 
Penn, Joseph, plumber 
Walker, Joseph S. , overseer 
Rae, John B. , engineer 
Cardno, A. 
Hayes, Miss E. 
Stewart, George, painter 
Mather, David, sawyer 
Smith, James, blacksmith 
Beaton, Mrs Ann 
Pearson, James, saw doctor 
Grandison, John, joiner 
Cree, Alfred, fitter 
Stevenson, Miss A. 
Clark, George, clerk 
M'Laren, Edwin, joiner 
Reid, George C. , sugarboiler 
Robertson, Robert, busdriver 
Swan, James, jun., manager 
Norrie, David, mason 
Christie, William, butcher 
Simpson, John A., joiner 
Benvie, George 
Mitchell, Peter, carter 
Fairhurst, Arthur, traveller 
Lawrie, Wm., assurance agent 



6 Anderson, William, plater 
... Gardiner, Thomas, foreman 

. . . Brownlee, A. , detention officer 

... Roberts, Misses 

... Hutton, David, sailmaker 

4 Craighead, Mrs James 
... Leith, Mrs Margaret 

... Wood, Alexander, joiner 

... Bate, William, harbour porter 

2 Strachan, Mrs 

... Macdonald, Mrs 

. . . Allardyce, Mrs J. 

... Wilkie, James, barman 

... Nicolson, William, constable 

BAIN SQUARE. 

COWGATE. 

1 Currie, James, &Co. shipowners 
... Syme, Johnstone, & Co., C.A. 

5 Hossick, A. G.,wh'sale stationer 

7 Keill, John, sports goods 

repairer 
9 Duncan, Miss Bella, blouse - 
maker 

19 High, John, dentist 

10 Hunter, Wm.,& Co., Ltd., ware- 
housemen 

6 Scottish Loan Co. 

... Smith, Jas., billiard saloon kpr. 
... Dundee and District Total 

Abstainers' Club 
4 Mason, G. J., & Co., mantle 
manufacturers 

2 Dundee Burial Society 
... Scott, Mrs Jane 

... Wishart, And., warehouseman 

BALDOVAN ROAD. 

DOWNFIELD. 

4 Melville, Mrs T. H. 

5 Smart, Mrs George 

6 Scott, Thomas, spirit merchant 

7 Bowie, Alexander S., engineer 

8 M'Cann, Mrs William 

9 Davidson, David S., retired 

assistant chief constable 

10 Hardie, Mrs Marie 

... Duncan, Dr Albert T. 
St Luke's road 
S. Luke's Episcopal Church 
and Parsonage — Rev. H. 
Montgomery Simpson 

11 Smith, Wilfred L., outfitter 

12 Hamilton, Alfred, cashier 

13 Stewart, Herbert, electrician 

14 Salmond, J. Melville, bandmstr. 

15 Craig, Alex., marine engineer 



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Baldovan road — continued 

17 Brown, David T., plumber 

18 Murray, Miss H. 

19 M'Leay, Andrew 



19 



21 



23 



25 



27 



29 



31 



BALDOVAN TERRACE. 

PARK AVENUE. 

M'Ghee, Robert, grocer 
Strachan, Mrs Janet, dairykpr. 
Wright, Peter, cabinetmaker 
Stewart, James, joiner 
Fyffe, John, mason 
M'Nicoll, David, clerk of works 
Beattie, Alexander, bleacher 
Blair, David, storekeeper 
Robertson, David, sailmaker 
Paul, Mrs Mary F. 
Strachan, Mrs Janet, dairykpr. 
Millar, James, motordriver 
Joss, Alexander, joiner 
Thompson, George, tailor 
M'Kay, Mrs Jessie 
M'Naughton, S. , weighman 
Mulgrew, Mrs 
Mudie, James, storekeeper 
Gibb, Albert F. , motor mechanic 
Primrose, Mrs Marion 
Small, Herbert, storekeeper 
Millar, Alexander, sailmaker 
Grewar, James, shipwright 
Reid, Mrs Margaret 
Reid, Adam, stationer 
Reid, William, provision mer- 
chant 
Martin, James L., butcher 
Langlands, James, clerk 
Miller, Mrs Jessie 
Marnie, Robert 
Urquhart, Mrs 
Bates, David, cardriver 
M 'Gavin, Thomas, mechanic 
Stewart, Mrs Ada, confectioner 
Stark, RobertC. G. 
Finlay, Harry, fitter 
Ross, Douglas, clerk 
Boyle, William 
M'Gregor, John, woodturner 
Turnbull, G., teleph. operator 
Scott, William, postman 
Watson, John, police constable 
Winchester, Miss 
Barrie, Henry, motordriver 
Keillor, Farquhar, clerk 
Anderson, Mrs Cecilia 
Mulheron, Peter, salesman 
Shepherd, James 
Gordon, James, cycle agent 
Gordon, Frank, radio dealer 



31 Peebles, Mrs Elizabeth 

... Farquharson, James F., sanitary 

inspector 
33 Alexander, Mrs Geo., stationer 
... Cooper, James, milloverseer 
... Craig, Mrs 
... Lawson, Mitchell, clerk 
... Kerrigan, Jas.W.,tobaccospinr. 
... Martin, John, cardriver 
... Ogilvie, Mrs Betsy 
35 M'Laren, Henry, telep.linsmn. 
... Taylor, William 
... Robbie, Mrs George 
... Smith, James M., clerk 
... Crowe, James F., plater 
. . . Fairweather, David, railw'ymn. 
37 Stormont, James, motordriver 
... Simpson, Win, R. , cartwright 
. . Harra, William, baker 
... Anderson, Stewart, engineer 

39 Beaton, Donald, shipwright 
... Lonie, Henry, fireman 

... Milne, George G., butcher 

... Dewar, Miss Catherine 

... More, Robert D.,calenderwrkr. 

41 Dow, Mrs Margaret 
... Hunter, David, clerk 

... Donald, William S. , dispatcher 
... M'Kenzie, Richard 
43 Gunn, Mrs Marjory 
... Sneddon, John, stonehewer 
... Watt, David W., constable 
... M'Kinnon, Lachlan, conductor 
... Cruickshank, Miss Mary 
... Herald, David, butcher 
45 Walker, Win. J. , shop assistant 
... Young, Peter, tailor 
... Smith, David, painter 
... Thomson, Andrew W. , tram- 
way inspector 
... Moran, John, blacksmith 
... Watson, Mrs Helen 
45AFranchi & Grossi, fish res- 
taurateurs 
47 Paterson, Alexander, constable 
... Bathie, James, P.O. overseer 
... Macdonald, Miss Martha S. 
... Hunter, Edith, teacher of music 
. . . Osborn, Mrs Mary 
... Sievwright, Mrs Florence 
49 Irving, Mrs H , confectioner 

42 Reid, James O, hairdresser 

... M'Laren,Sam., cinema operat'r 
. . . Fyffe, Peter, police constable 
... Christie, George, brassfinisher 
... Swinton, James, stereotyper 
.. Taylor, George, constable 

40 Bell, Thomas, patternmaker 



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191 



40 Dow, Alexander, engineer 
... Leighton, Alexander, traveller 
... Clark, Mrs George 
... Barrie, William, motordriver 
... Grassick, Miss Catherine 
38 Mushet, John, salesman 
... Spence, Mrs Jemima 
... Sutherland, Alexander, butcher 
... Baxter, Lewis 
. . . M'Gregor, Frank S. , upholsterer 
... Ritchie, Robert, painter 
... Henderson, George W., grocer 
36 Allan, George, gardener 
... Dickson, John T. , electrician 
... Milne, Alex., patternmaker 
... Crighton, David M., foreman 
... Kennedy, Robert S., traveller 
... Scott, James W., foreman 
34 Bell, Robert, engineer 
... Buist, Robert N., headmaster 
... Bain, Edward, hairdresser 
... Ireland, William, irongrinder 
... Rackow, Henry, insur. agent 
32 Reith, David, cleansing insptr. 
.. Munro, David, baker 
... Dolan, William, sack printer 
... Paton, James 
... Anderson, John, coppersmith 
... Low, David A., joiner 
... Allan, David, painter 
. . . Sinclair, W. B. , boot repairer 
30 Taylor, James C, yarndiesser 
... Robertson, James, electrician 
. . . Paterson, Robert B. , hairdresser 
... Docherty, Joseph, engineman 
... Mackay, Mrs Mary 
... Norrie, Alfred, manufacturer 
28 Sturrock, Mrs Thomas K. 
... Redford, William, carter 
... Will, Miss 
... Hepburn, Alexander M. 
... Whyte, James, enginefitter 
... Daprato, R. H. D. , tramdriver 
24 M'Nicoll, William, engineer 
... Lee, James C. 
... Bryant, Percy, clerk 
... Brown, Miss Miram 
... Bryant, George E. 
... Chalmers, Alfred, clerk 
... Clark, John 
... Millar, James F. , clerk 
22 Dryden, Peter, manager 
... Pratt, Mrs Margaret 
... Meldrum, Andrew, traveller 
... Lawson, George, chemist 
... Longmuir, Mrs Jeannie 
... Dunn, Robert M., compositor 
... MacLachlan, George, agent 



22 Miller, James, ship-plater 
20 Lindsay, John, weigher 
... Mamie, Andrew, engineer 
... Jack, John, lamplighter 
... Birrell, James, settdresser 
... Boyd, Peter, cardriver 
... Muir, William, tailor 
. . . Davidson, John, overseer 
... Burnett, Edward, motordriver 
Park avenue here 

6 Penman, Mrs J. 

... M'Culloch, Robert, salesman 

... Coupar, John, engineer 

... M'Crodden, William, foreman 

asphalter 
... Graham, Robert 
... Howell, James, joiner 

2 Craig, Peter, tailor 

... Dryden, James, mechanic 
... Couper, Benjamin, butcher 
... Cathro, Alston D., compositor 
... Mitchell. MrsM. B. 
... Phin, William, coal merchant 

BALFOUR STREET. 

HAWKHILL. 

3 Davie, James, joiner 
... Rae, William, painter 

... Kelmau, James, packingcase- 
maker 

5 Slaven, Mrs Peter 

. . . Carmichael, Peter, dress agency 

7 Gibson, Miss Annie 
... Bruce, Miss Margaret 

9 Arthur, William 
... M'Burney, Mrs 
... MacPherson, Mias Elizabeth 

11 Yule, George, clerk 

... Ireland, Robert, joiner 

13 Marshall, George, carter 

... Ewen, Mrs Robert 

15 Small, William, blacksmith 

... Walker, Miss E. S. 

... M'Laren, James, clerk 

... Chapman, L. 

30 Doctor, John 

... Pont, Harry, collector 

... Gibson, James, motor engineer 

28 Duffus, Mrs George 

... Russell, James, fireman 

26 Aird, William, fireman 

24 Blyth, Alice, grocer 

12 Greig, Albert B., contractor 
10 Paton, Mrs Jessie 

* 8 Paterson, William, tenter 
... Malcolm, Miss 
.. Hoy, Miss 

6 Thomson, Webster, chauffeur 



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Balfour street — continued 

6 Ferrier, Alex., coachpainter 

4 Fenwick, Miss Jessie 
... Wight, John, grocer 

... Greig, Albert, coaklealer 
. . . Low, Mrs C. 

BALGAVIES AVENUE. 

KINNORDY TERRACE. 

1 Gaillie, William, customs officer 
3 Walker, James A., traveller 

5 Stewart, Miss J. B. , nurse 

7 Mackay, Alexander, boots 

9 Swayne, Arthur, jun. ,coal mer. 
11 Bathie, John M. 
13 Wood, John P., mechanic 
15 Spence, John, traveller 
17 Bevan, William A., artist 

Craigie avenue here 
21 Irons, Jessie 

Greendyhes road here 
87 Cowperthwaite, Robert S., 

shipwright 
89 Soutar, Alex., sanitary officer 
93 Davidson, George, manager 
95 Storrier, David P., foreman 
97 M'Mahon, David, ironmonger 
... Fraser, Mrs 
99 Boyd, Mrs H. 
101 Sievwright, Mrs George 
103 Doig, Andrew, coal merchant 
105 Jackson, Wm., harbour porter 
109 Collin, Joseph, foreman 
111 M'Pherson, Mrs Margaret 
113 Ward, Frank, insurance agent 
115 Stark, John, blacksmith 
117 Westwood, Wm., compositor 
Arbroath road here 
78 Walsh, Michael, farm servant 
74 Meakin, Edward, foreman 
7'2 Brown, Mrs Margaret 
70 Walker, Alexander, ship-plater 
68 Kydd, William J. T. 
66 Colquhoun, Alexander 
64 Morris, Wm., motor engineer 
62 Thomson, Mrs Jeanie 
60 Ramsay, David, cashier 
58 Ruddiman, George, clerk 
56 Smith, David E.R., chemist 

Greendylces road here 
54 Robertson, Joseph L., clerk 
52 Montgomerie, William, teacher 
50 Grant, Mrs John 
48 Reid, Henry, residential engnr. 
44 Fairweather, Walter P. 
42 Farquhar, George S., traveller 
40 Moore, William, contractor 
. . . Moore, Mrs William 



Auchrannie terrace here 
38 M'Donald, Wm.,P.O. inspectr. 
36 Gronbach,Geo.F., pork butcher 
34 Stewart, Robert 
32 Ogilvie, Miss Georgina 
28 Wheeler, William, musician 
26 Cameron, James W. 
24 Leuchars, Jas. W., bank teller 

Craigie avenue here 
22 Jeffrey, Stanley, windowdress'r 
20 Donnelly, Frank, storekeeper 
18 Taylor, Robert A., lecturer 
16 Scott, David, salesman 
12 Chaplin, John, engineer 

8 Porteous, Miss N. H. 

6 Betts, Ernest, manager 



BALGAY ROAD. 

BLACKNESS ROAD. 

1 Boyd, J. G., & Son, sculptors 
7 Watson, D. A., manager 
11 Parkview — 

David Duncan, secretary 



BALGAY STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

Reid, James 

Reid, Mary, confectioner 

Valentine, Miss C, licensed 



grocer 
Macphail, Fred 
Smith, Mrs Marion 
Moonie, Thomas H., tenter 
Anderson, Mrs Janet 
Lamb, David, agent 
Whitton, Ernest A. , grocer 
Forrester, David, joiner 
Webster, Alexander, painter 
Brown, A. W., dairyman 
Oram, James 
Coupar, Mrs David 
Robb, Mrs Stewart 
Scott, David M., stenciller 
Burns, James, machineman 
Barham, Mrs 
Dron, John, hairdresser 
Strachan, John 

Gilfeather, Daniel, coal merch. 
Mackenzie, Miss Mary, grocer 
Wilson street here 
Stewart, Mrs D., firewood mer. 
Bisset, William, joiner 
Thomson, George, card river 
Slidders, Mrs Susan, confectnr. 
Tilbury, Arthur, boot repairer 
Marshall street here 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



193 



Atholl street here 
lOiSmith, J. A., & Co., printers 
St Ann street here 

BALGILLO ROAD. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

Anderson, Alexander, cutter 
Brough, George, butcher 
Hynd, Andrew, constable 
Sheridan, Edward, lino, operator 
West Balgillo farm — William 
M'Intyre, fruit farmer 
Charles Gellatly, grieve 
Pullar, Margaret, confectioner 

FoRTHILL FEUS 

Watt, Arthur, market gardnr. 

Keillor, Wm., market gardnr. 

Elrick, Geo., market gardnr. 

M 'Arthur, Thos. , farm worker 

M'Minn, William, grieve 
East Balgillo farm — 

David M'Intyre, fruit farmer 
East Balgillo — 

William Lawson, C.A. 
Duncan, William 
Rouse, Mrs S. F. 
M'Naughton, Gibson 
Robertson, Malcolm, manager 

BALGRAY STREET. 

BALGRAY PLACE. 

5 Sutherland, George, jun., draper 
7 Meldrum, Charles, gardener 
9 Reid, Miss A. 
11 Sutherland, Mrs George 
13 Hunter, Mrs Jane 
15 Piggott, John, bootmaker 
28 Anderson, Miss Catherine 
... Spalding, Miss Bessie 

BALMORE STREET. 

ALBERT STREET. 

3 Mitchell, Mrs Jane 

Haxton, Misses E. and A. 
Brodie, Mrs Isabella 
Wilson, Alex. Jute wareh'eman 
Crichton, George 
Crichton, E. , dairy produce dlr. 
Thomson, Joseph, baker 
Tasker, David, foreman 
Munro, George J., traveller 
Robertson, James, traveller 
Low, Mrs Margaret 
Bullion, Henry, motordriver 
Gellatly, Alexander, barman 
Henry, William 
Hobkirk, William 
12 



7 Smart, Edward, railway clerk 
... Fraser, Andrew, printer 

... Clark, Alexander, busdriver 

14 Henderson, Alex., traveller 

... Wilson, George P., fireman 

... Bell, Andrew J., joiner 

... Robertson, Alex., newsagent 

... Scott, David, plumber 

. . . Cu thill, Robt. , retired inspector 

. . , Cartmill, Mrs Mary 

... M'Naughton, Mrs 

12 Boyd, William, postman 

... Low, George, cabinetmaker 

... Binnie, Walter, tenter 

... Brown, William, mechanic 

... Cathro, David, cardriver 

... M'Culloch, John A., carpet 

warper 
10 Robertson, John, boilermaker 
. . . Ireland James S. , clerk 
... Fox, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Sloan, George 

... Anderson, Charles, tram con- 
ductor 
... Morris, William, bleacher 
... Nicol, John, constable 

8 Moncur, C, boot repairer 

. . . Williamson, Chas. ,patternmkr. 
... Lyall, Mrs Annie 
. . . Brown, Mrs Isabella 
... Lancett, Mrs Mary 
6 Fyffe, Miss A. W., stationer 

4 Robb, Miss Margaret 

... Graham, James T., sailmaker 
... Strachan, Mrs Helen 

2 Miller, Andrew, butcher 

BALMOSSIE STREET. 

BARNHILL. 

1 Brown, James S., newsagent 

3 Watson, Miss Annie 

5 M 'Leod, Dan. , process engraver 

9 Campbell, Archibald, printer 
Thornton, Robert 
Northlea — David Tullis, joiner 

BALMYLE ROAD. 

WEST FERRY. 

1 Balmyle — 

Reginald R. Ovenstone, mer. 

2 Allan, Mrs Mary L. 
... Cadzow, James, artist 

4 Mackay, George 

6 Taylor, Mrs Drummond 

8 Smail, W. M., manufacturer 
12 Grant, Quintin B., bank agent 
14 Copson, Professor E. J. 
16 Reich, Mrs David 



194 STREET 

BALTIC BUILDINGS. 

(See Meadowside.) 



BALTIC STREET. 

WELLGATK. 

(One way street — Westwards) 

1 Stirling, Jas. B., wine merchant 

3 Anastasio, Guiseppe, restaurtr 
... Macpherson, James, joiner 
... Cooper, James, clothier 
.... Thomson, Mrs Charles 
... Morley & Co., wholesale ware 

housemen 
... Sampson, James, electrician 
15 Keay, Thomas C, Ltd., mill 

furnishers 
17 British Thomson-Houston Co., 

Ld. , electric lamp manufactrs. 

23 Donald & Smith, glass merchts. 
27 Sturrock,KeirB.,& Son, joiners 

24 Johnston, Jaa., & Son, whole 

sale china merchants 
12 Lees, John, & Co., Ltd., boot 
manufacturers 
6 Shein & Myers, clothing manu 
facturers 

4 M'Ritchie, Mrs W. G., spirit 

merchant 

2 Menzies & Sons, Ltd., drapers 



BANK AVENUE. 

DOWNFIELD. 

1 Lauder, David 

3 Watt, Robert R., draper 

5 Milne, Robert R. 

7 Stiven, John, banker 
9 Langlands, James, clerk 

1 1 Robertson, HarryA. , civil srvt, 

13 Stewart, Allan, nousefaetor 
... Stewart, Mrs A., confectioner 

15 Anderson, George, clerk 

17 Abbott, Mrs Helen C. 
26 Brown, Mrs John 
24 Suttie, John, joiner 
22 Robertson, Mrs James I. 
20 How, George M., butcher 

18 Wilkinson, John M. 

16 Piggot, Mrs Adam 

14 Cruickshank,Chas., headmaster 

12 Anderson, C. Boyd, solicitor 
10 Andrew, James M. 

8 Pullar, Alexander 
. . . Pullar, Mrs Jane, confectioner 
... Duffus, Alfred, garage propr, 

6 Adam, Misses 
... Dunbar, Mrs B. 

4 Watt, Walter W. 

2 Wann, John, manager 



DIRECTORY. 

BANK STREET. 

REFORM STREET. 

1 Pattullo, J. & H., & Donald, 

solicitors 
... Whyte, Miss J. H. 
... Whyte, Miss M., Spirella 

corsetiere 
... Galloway, Mrs 
... Oastler, Thomas C. 
3 Chamber of Commerce; George 

R. Donald, secretary 
5 Shiell & Small, solicitors 
... Dundee Garden City Assocn., 

Ltd. ; Shiell & Small, secys. 
... Dundee & London Investment 

Trust, Ltd. ; Shiell & Small, 

secretaries 
... Standard Life Assurance Co.; 

R. Ayer, resident inspector 
... Stark, H. R., caretaker 
7 Courier and Advertiser, People's 

Friend, and People's Journal 

Offices ; John Leng & Co., 

Limited, printers 
27 Wilkie, Joseph, & Co., solicitors 
... Tavlor, Mrs Alexander 

29 Threlkeld, T. P., inspector of 
factories 

. . . Department of H ealth for Scot- 
land; D. Macmillan, district 
inspector ; Dr T. D. Kennedy, 
regional medical officer 

31 Inland Revenue ; James F. 
M'Kinnon, collector of taxes 

34 Duncan, George, & Son, tea 
merchants 

32 Myles, George, assessorof taxes 
... Blair, George, clerk to Income 

Tax Commissioners 
.. Scottish Life Assurance Co., 

Ltd. ; George Myles, resident 

secretary 
... Third, J. Bonella, solicitor 
... Hill, D. Lindsay, solicitor 
... Maclean, Robt. G., auctioneer 
... Johnston, Joseph, architect 
... British Legion Branch Office 
. . . Dundee Dramatic Society 
... Barnett, H., & Co. (London), 

Ltd., merchants 
. . . Robertson, Mrs Annie 

30 Kennedy, Richard, tobacconist 
26 Lindsay & Scott, glaziers 
24 Jones & Co., carpet manufrs. 
... Hunt, Mrs M., apartments 
... Burns, Thomas, billiard-room 

keeper 
... Anderson, Mrs David 



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24 Bowman, Alexander, painter 
... Duncan, A., & Co., Ltd., boot 

manufacturers 
... La wrie Bros. ,Ld., paint manfrs. 
22 Paton, A. W., & Co., office 

equipment specialists 
... Paton's Business Training Coll. 
20 Edison Swan Electric Co. , Ltd. 
... Craighouse Cabinet Works, Ld. 
18 Accessories (Edin.), Ltd., motor 

accessory factors 
16 Laverock, T. & J. W. , solicitors 
... Dundee Drawing Office Supply 

Co. 
. . . Fyffe, Mrs Elizabeth, apartm'ts 
... Foster, Mrs J.,ladies'wardrobe 
14 Brand, Wm., & Son, slaters 
... M'Intosh, George, basket mfr. 
12 Simpson, J. & E. R., solicitors 
... Douglas & Doubble, patent 



... Rennie, Charles, sheriff-officer 
... Moyes, Alex., sheriff-officer 
... Davidson, John, motor mech. 
... Ford, Robt. I., warehouseman 

8 People's Journal and People's 

Friend competition deprtmt. 
... Suttie, William, electrician 

6 Kinnaird Picture House ; Victor 

Hamilton, manager 

BANK STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

1 Deas, Charles, boot repairer 

3 Yule, William, baker 
... West, James, tenter 
... M'Nab, David, collector 
... Bell, Andrew, attendant 

5 Elder, Alexander, newsagent 

7 Elder, Miss Maggie, confectr. 

9 Borrie, James E., optician 

11 Edward, Robert, restaurateur 
HJShepherd, William, tenter 
... M'Leish, Jos., gravedigger 
... Clark, William, stonedresser 
... Elder, Thomas, baker 
13 Johnston, Alexander, grocer 
15 Visocchi, D., fish restaurant 
17 Wood, Miss Jeanie, draper 
19 Massey, Alex., & Sons, Ltd., 

provision merchants 
21 Cumming, Charles, grocer 

25 Cruickshank,Alf. J.,prov. mer. 
Lome street here 

South Mid street here 
28 Smart, Charles, grocer 

26 Mackie, James, stationer 
24 Nicol, Charles, boot stores 



22 Ingram, J. R., Ltd., bakers 
20ASmart, Charles, grocer 
20 Burden, William, watchmaker 
IS Soutar, Robert, fruiterer 

14 Gibson, Andrew, ironmonger 

12 Morrison, William, draper 

10 Reoch, J., & Son, plumbers 

6 Morrison, William, draper 

2 M'Lean, James C, bank agent 

BARNES AVENUE. 

GRAHAM STREET. 

5 Ewan, Thomas, labourer 
... Boyd, James, baker 
... Christie, James R. , P.O. sorter 
. . . Black, Frederick B. .motor engr. 

7 Henderson, John C. , stereotype r 
... Richardson, Mrs Mary C. 

... Hutcheson, James 
. . . Cardno, John, sorting clerk 
9 Kelly, James, electrician 
... Christie, William, baker 
... Watt, William F., clerk 
. . . Baird, George V. , clerk 

1 1 Cruickshanks, Geo. B. , confectr . 
... Hunter, Robert, police insptr. 
... Kirby, Norman, footballer 

... Moodie, John, insur. inspector 

13 Bisset, Robert F. , busdriver 
... Coupar, George, plumber 

... Davidson, Albert B., butcher 
... Lawrence, Charles, joiner 

15 Hunt, Herbert, butcher 

... Walker, Fredericks., golf prof. 
... Clark, William A., clerk 
... Henry, Norman G.,motordriver 
17 Henderson, AlfredM. .stationer 
... Griffin, James, civil servant 
... Carmicbael, Daniel P., inter- 
type operator 
... Wallace, Alex., detective insp. 
19 Harper, Alistair 
... Baillie, James, bank clerk 
... Dall, Mrs A. 
... Grant, David, milloverseer 
21 Lowe, David M., busdriver 
... MacLeod, John, P.O. linesman 
... Lindsay, Thomas, dispatcher 
... M'Kiddie, P. 
23 Prain, Frederick, painter 
... Storrier, Mrs Mary 
... Young, Wm. M., costing clerk 
... Flight, James, blacksmith 
25 Millar, William M. , gardener 
... Brown, Miss Margt. V., teacher 
... Macintyre, John, chemist 
... Greenhorn, Alex., constable 
27 Martin, Albert, chief designer 



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Barnes avenue — continued 

27 Henderson, James, clerk 
... Barclay, David B., clerk 

... Duncan, Joseph C, reporter 

29 Mitchell, Baxter, baker 
... Howie, James, mechanic 

... Galloway, David, shop assist 
... Ferrier, Robert, foreman 

31 Baxter, James P. D., motor 

mechanic 
Neish, Robert L. , grocer 
Brown, Mrs Elizabeth 
Ballantyne, James, joiner 

33 Duncan, Robert S. , secretary 
.. Fender, David, ironturner 

.- Glenday,Ste wart, milk salesmn. 
.. Ford, William B. , printer 

35 Lindsay, William, yarndresser 
Hampton, David, engine attdnt. 
Hutcheson, David, baker 
Cormack, Elizabeth, weaver 

37 Cundall, Robert, blockcutter 
Henderson, John Y., salesman 
Gerrard, Charles G. , baker 
Duncan, A. F. 

36 Millar, James, milk salesman 
Munro, Henry, busdriver 
Kelman, George, engineer 
S word, James T. , assist, manager 

34 Cruickshanks, Robt J. ,travell'r 
Lindsay, Thos., nightwatchm'n 
Green, William, sorting clerk 
Todd, John A., constable 

32 Gowers, Richard H., motor 

salesman 
Bernard, James, hairdresser 
Sutherland, Ian, bank clerk 
Milne, William J. , traveller 

30 Mitchell, Alexander, contractor 
M'Connell, William, clerk 
Millar, William L., engineer 
Coupar, Peter, constable 

28 Newall, Mrs Elizabeth 
.. Niven, George, electrician 
. . Rodger, Wilfred B. , insur . clerk 

26 Robertson, John E., engineer 
Rennie, Alex. , heating engineer 
Crichton, Geo., motor mechanic 
Smith, James, grocer 

24 Martin, John, railway fireman 
Shand, James 

Ellis, George, motor engineer 
Lundie, Marshall, constable 

22 Gorrie, Frank, plumber 

Gar vie, William, A. A. patrol 
Doig, Robert 

... Doig, Robert, jun., water insp. 
Proctor, Mrs John 



20 Marshall, Mrs Jessie 
... Devaney, Thomas, labourer 
... Inch, William, salesman 
... Cairns, David, constable 

18 Mitchell, William A. 

... Jamieson, Martin, stereotyper 
... Scotland, Thomas, clerk 
... Massie, John, traveller 

16 Smith, James, calender worker 
... Souter, Alexander, insur. agent 
... Skelly, Michael, busdriver 

... Thorn, David 

14 Shepherd, John, labourer 

. . . Tomkins, James F. , motordrvr. 

... Strachan, George, coal mercht. 

... Carr, Hay D. , salesman 

12 Halden, Robert J., bank clerk 
... Campbell, Hugh, housepainter 
... Scott, John T., artist 

... Pennie, Archibald M., butcher 

10 M'Gregor, David N., buyer 
... Steel, Andrew, traveller 

8 Johnston, Jos. L., stereotyper 
... Laird, David, clerk 

... Marnoch, George B., constable 
... Allan, William, clerk 
6 Adamson, David, clerk 
... Hendry, Alfred, weaver 
... Cameron, David G., bricklayer 
... Duncan, Alexander, clerk 

BARRACK ROAD. 

{See Garland place.) 

BARRACK STREET. 

OVERGATE. 

3 Lamb, Rowland, tailor 
... Anchor Boot & Shoe Stores 
... Orcheson, James, watchmaker 

5 Glegg, M. J. & D. , confectnrs. 

9 Patrick, S. Stuart, newsagent 

11 Dallas, James, draper 

... Bruce, J. Christie, artist 

. . . Henderson, Alex . , wareh'seman 

... L.O.A.S. (Heather Bell Lodge); 

George Wilson, secretary 
... M'Kenzie, F. J., & Campbell, 

housefactors 
. . . Angus Property In vestmentCo. , 

Ltd. ; Geo. S. Campbell, secy. 
... M'Naughton, P., accountant 
... M'Ara, William, accountant 
... Lorimer,Angus,jun. ,bo'kbind'r 
... Lorimer, Angus M., foreman 
... Gumming, Geo. M., traveller 

13 The Dundee Produce Co., Ltd. 

17 Scroggie Bros., leather mers. 

19 Stewart, Charles, general dlr. 



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21 National Cash Register Co., 

Ltd. ; R. H. Skinner, agent 
23 Tait, Win. D. , wh. wareh'seman 
... Ferguson, George, & Co., type- 
writer dealers 
25 Penman, John, accountant 
... Freedman, Miss R. , fruiterer 
27 Erentz, Harry, spirit merchant 
29 Ross, William J., painter 
Bank street here 
Central Reading Rooms 
South Ward road here 
Ward Mills ; Don Bros. , Buist, 
& Co., Ltd., manufacturers 
56 Willison house — 

John L. Robertson, Ltd., 

house furnishers 
Willison street here 
44ARoneo, Ltd., office appliance 

merchants 
44 Farquharson, J., & Sons, plnibrs 
42 Murray, I. B.,& Son,houseagts 
... Lyall, Christopher, & Son, 

sheriff-officers 
40 Swan. Mrs J. W., hairdresser 
38 Farquharson, J., & Sons, 

plumbers 
36 Nicol, James, outfitter 
34 Brown, George, jeweller 
32 Huggins, Robert, sawyer 
... Wilson, Alice, violin teacher 
... Joiner, David 
30 Hood, Jas., & Sons, brush mfrs 
28 Bromberger, S., merchant 
26 Russell, Frank, bookseller 
24 MacLeod, Allan, elect, engineer 
22 Camperdown Masonic Hall ; 

John Simmons, caretaker 
. . . Brown, William, coal merchant 
... Usher, Miss Jane 
20 Royal Navy and Royal Marines 

Recruiting Office 
18 Dickie, James A. , & Sons, wire- 
workers 
16 Quade, Elizabeth, confectioner 
14 Keith, R. D. L., accountant 
... Mann, Harry, engineer 
... Honeyman, Sam., painter 
12 Lesslie, Andrew J. , hairdresser 

10 Bell, E. L, bookseller 
4 Peebles, R. A., dentist 
2 Leddie, Edward, wine merch 

BATH STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

9 Norrie, George, plumber 

11 Lorimer, George, seaman 
Watt, John D. , motorhirer 



19 Craik, John R. , compositor 
18 Strachan, Wm., frenchpolisher 
16 Ross, Miss Louie, confectioner 
... Fyffe, George M. 
14 Lawrence, Ceorge, seaman 
8 Robertson, Jas., fruit merchant 

BAXTER PARK TERRACE. 

PITKERRO ROAD. 

1 Robertson, T. & J., coal mer- 

chants 

2 Stewart, Miss Bella 
... Adams, Miss 

... Wann, John, traveller 

... Doig, James, marine engineer 

... Brown, A. Morgan, banker 

... Mortimer, P. W.. master marin'r 

... M'Erlain, Mrs Theresa 

... Rodgers, James W., clerk 

... Macdonald, John W. , joiner 

3 Anderson, John, clerk 

4 Gavine, William A., boxmaker 
... Robertson, Andrew, clerk 

. . . Brodie, Robert, civil servant 

... Sim, Robert, grocer 

... Scott, Isaac, manager 

... Elder, Robert, merchant 

... Murray, Mrs 

... Smith, Edwin W., houseagent 

5 Lindsay, William, manager 
... Robertson, Mrs 

... Boak, Robert, manager 

... Lesslie, Andrew J., hairdresser 

... Adamson, P. M. , patternmaker 

... Ruthven, David B., butcher 

... Wilson, MrsB. 0. 

... Wilson, Dr John M. 0. 

6 Williamson, Mrs T. G. 

. . . Fairley, Mrs Peter, spirit mer- 
chant 
... M'Gregor, James A., overseer 
. . . Hargreaves, T. M. , blockcutter 
. . . Crilly, William J. , overseer 
... ^Yebster, Win. B., upholsterer 

7 Fleming, William, joiner 

... Low, Arch. S., car conductor 

. .. Purvis, Miss Janet, nurse 

. .. Gar vie, Miss Margaret 

... Wood, Robert K. , insur. agent 

. .. Holmes, Herbert, leatherfinshr. 

... Valentine, Alexander, clerk 

8 Beattie, Robert, confectioner 
... Collins, Miss 

. .. Reid, James, machineman 

. .. Rae, George, brassfinisher 

... Watt, AllanS., clerk 

... Cameron, Mrs Lena 

... Butt, John, electrician 



198 

Baxter Park terrace— continued 
9 Donaldson, Charles, journalist 
... Wilkie, Mrs Anna 
. . . Irvine G. N. , cooper 
... Graham, Walter S., cooper 
. . . Devaney, James, hairdresser 
... Mason, Mrs Agnes, hairdresser 
... Hoy, William, engineer 

10 Buist, John, jun. , compositor 
... Martin, David, engineer 

... Martin, Robert, secretary 

.., Brown, Mrs James 

... High, Mrs J. C. 

... Anderson, D. F., marine engnr. 

... Duncan, Alexander, grocer 

... Edwards, James, constable 

11 Paterson, Robert, manager 
... Holmes, James, manager 
... Brown, Mrs Mary I. 

. . . Baxter, Isaac 

... Yeaman, William 

... Fairley, W. J., cabinetmaker 

... Simpson.A.K. F. , lino. operator 

... Roy, John, artist 

12 Craigs, Win. F., marine engin'r 
... Chambers, George, carpenter 
... Merchant, Mrs Peter 

.. Anderson, Charles, woodturner 
... Chambers, Albert, engineer 
... Watt, Alexander, mechanic 
... Gow, Alexander, clerk 

13 Fraser, Thos., police constable 
... Cromb, Mrs W. H. 

... Young, Frank B. , clerk 
... Currie, Charles, hairdresser 
... Wilson, David T. , engineer 
... Spalding, Alexander 
... Macdonald, Mrs E. 

14 Marra, John, pavior 

... Easson, Edward, draper 
... Wilson, Robert 
... Bruce, William, traveller 
... Saunders, Mrs William S. 
... Coupar, Alfred, traveller 

15 Davidson, Mrs Jane 

... Gibson, Effie S. , teacher 

... Gibson, Roberta 0., teacher 

... Langlands, James, manager 

... Finlay, Peter, engineer 

... Finlay, P. S. , tobacconist 

. . . Smith, A. Ritchie, civil engineer 

... Emslie, Peter, local manager 

... Collie, Leslie, teacher 

... Blair, Miss Alison, teacher 

16 Sinclair, James A., ironmonger 
... Weir, Minnie A. M., deaconess 
... M 'Donald, R., machinefitter 
... Murray, George F. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



16 Rew, Mrs Margaret 
Dick, Herbert, manager 
Dick, Mrs D. , confectioner 
Hill, James 

Kettles, William, manager 
Garriock, John, teacher 
Park avenue here 

17 Yule, George, traveller 
... Stocks, Thomas C, joiner 
... Robertson, James, joiner 
... Stewart, David M., clerk 
... Leslie, Harry J., shipowner 
... Peden, R. G. C, teacher 

. . . Weir, Andw. C. , engnr. survyr. 

18 Bell, Robert L., boiler inspector 
. . . Christie, David A. , music t'cher 
... Ferrier, David, clerk 

... Lawrence, John D. 

... Faulds, Thomas, clerk 

... Lockie, Airs Margaret 

... Falconer, Miss, children'soutftr. 

19 M'Mann, Mrs W. 

... Law, A. G., art needleworker 

. . . Murray, Fred. B. , wareh'seman 

... Anderson, John, patternmaker 

... Glennie, Miss 

. . . Kean, Miss M. B. , teacher 

... M'Gregor, Mrs Marion 

... Flight, Mrs 

20 Nicoll, George M., traveller 

. . . Steph en, W. G . , insurance agent 

. . . Dunnet, John, engineer 

... Brown, Misses 

... M'Naughton, Mrs John 

... Macfarlane, James, joiner 

... Clark, Mrs Mary 

... Taylor, Miss Grace 

23 Smith, Henry F. , inspector 
... Mudie, Mrs J. F., teacher 

... Gunn, Hugh, retd. police supt. 
... Ingram, Wm.R.,electricalengr. 
Eggie, James, insurance clerk 
... Peter, James, cashier 
... Forbes, Walter, stereotyper 
... Grant, Peter, clerk 

24 Barr, Mrs John 

... Kerr, William A., insur. agent 
... Petrie, Arthur S., engineer 
... Linley, Miss Mirren 
... Ogilvie, Mrs Alice 

25 Melvin, James, retired P.O. 
superintendent 

M'Millan, Mrs Margaret 
Seaton, Mrs B. 
Valentine, Miss Agnes 
Hendry, William, clerk 
Duncan, Mrs Joan 
Colston, Mrs Elizabeth C. 



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199 



25 Watt, George G. , dispenser 

26 Fenton, Mrs R. 
Clark, Mrs M. C. 
Clark, Edith M. C, journalist 
Dall, Daniel C. , overseer 
Matthew, Lancelot, engineer 
Edwards, David C, hairdresser 
Ker, Hugh, engineer 
Spark, Misses 

27 Frame, A. F., engineer 
Smith, Arch., plater's helpe 
Lamont, Mrs Alexander 
M'Nicoll, Mrs M., dairykeeper 
Ogilvie, Benjamin, coppersmith 
Walker, Mrs W. 
M'Gregor, Jas. , harbour porter 
Urquhart, David 

28 Myles, William, motordriver 
Fraser, James, marine engineer 
Bennett, David, foreman 
Manners, Geo. M., blacksmith 
Chisholm, Samuel 
M 'Hardy, Win., draughtsman 
Ormond, John M., clerk 
Taybank Works ; Scottish Co- 
operative Wholesale Society, 
Ltd., spinners 

BAXTER STREET. 

CITY ROAD. 

1 Tully, Peter, batcher 

3 Thomson, Peter, labourer 
... Lindsay, James, fitter 

. . . Smith, Mrs John 

5 Nicoll, Miss 

9 Carlin, John, barman 
15 Clark, Edward A., busdriver 

19 Clark, Arthur G., confectioner 

23 Ross, Mrs John 

31 Connelly, Mrs, general dealer 
35 Bruce, Robert R. , labourer 

Rosebery street here 
26 Miller, J. R. V., baker 

24 Stewart, James, cabinetmaker 
... Scott, David L. , busdriver 

... Abbot, Mrs Thomas 

20 Thorns, David C, painter 
14 Pratt, Allan, gasworker 
10a Howie, James, porter 

... Barnes, Peter, moulder 
10 Adams, Robert, baker 
... Hill, Mrs Alexander 
8 Swan, Alexander, painter 

BAYFIELD ROAD. 

WEST FERRY. 

4 Linfield — 

F. H. Kennedy, manufacturer 



BEACH CRESCENT. 



BKOOGHTY FERRY. 

11 Chalmers, Mrs A. , apartments 

13 Miller, Arthur, musician 

21 Macintyre, W. C, representee 

23 Johnstone, John D. B. 

31 Orchar Art Gallery ; William 

L. Gunn, caretaker 
41 Lindsay, Miss Caroline 
47 Watson, Miss B. A. 
51 Castle Hotel ; Mrs Scott, 

proprietrix 
71 Brodie, George, dairyman 
85 MacKinnon, Janet M., district 

nurse 
.. Laburn, John M'C, dental 

surgeon 
... Tawse, Miss M. W. 
... Littlejohn, James M., engineer 
... Soutar, Mrs 
95 Laing, Mrs Susan B. 
... Fernback, A., tobacconist 
... Brown, Miss Katherine, florist 
. . . Beath, David , sanitary engineer 
... Richmond, Hugh, clerk 
... Simpson, J. M., traveller 
97 Ogilvie, Mrs 
99 Broughty Ferry Club ; George 

M. Lindsay, steward 
Broughty Castle 

BEACH LANE. 

DUNDEE ROAD. 

1 Barrie, Mrs John 
... M'Millan, CharlesH., gardener 
3 Scott, Robert 

8 Crighton, Miss Lily, music 

teacher 

BELL STREET. 

1 Fraser, Douglas, & Sons, Ltd. 
... Robertson, Walter, merchant 
... Waites, William, Sons,&Atkin- 
son (1922), Ltd., rope manuf. 
. . . Allen,Mill,&Co. manufacturers 
... Morris, Charles, merchant 
... Laurie, Alexander, & Co. , Ltd., 

merchants 
... Miller, James D., engineer 
UWhite, Milne, & Co., mill- 
furnishers 
3 Smith, William, boot manuftr. 

Euclid crescent here 
7 Baxter, Robt., & Co., merchts. 

9 Petrie, James L. 

... Tosh, John, glazier 
... Taylor, Edward, clerk 
... Burnett, Mrs 



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Bell street— continued 
11 Miller, M. D., tilelayer 
llAGuild, George S., millfarnisher 
15 Ferguson, R., & Sons, oil mers. 
17 Dundee School of Economics 

and Commerce ; 'James A. 

Bowie, principal ; W. G. 

Sharp, caretaker 
Victoria road here 
86 India bldgs. (see Victoria rd. J 
84 Gilkison, Stewart, salesman 
82 Dundee Catholic Herald 

M. T. Hannigan, manager 
80 Western UnionTelegraph Cable 

System ; W. W. Currie, local 

manager 
78 Nucator, P., & Son, brassfndrs 
76 Robertson, Charles, & Co., jute 

merchants 
. . . Dundee Eastern Wharf Ware 

house Co., Ltd. 
72 Guthrie, John, clerk 
... Simpson, John, assistant P.O 

inspector 
... Barrie, William 
... Edgar, John 

... Graham, William, garage attdt 
... Anderson, Mrs Mary 
. . . Watson, John R. , traveller 
... Gourlay, Robert, lathsplitter 
... Stuart, Wm. C., church-officer 
70 Ramsay, Robert, & Son, slaters 
68 Davidson, Wm. M., pensioner 
... Evans, Mrs Jane, maternity 

nurse 
... Brand, Hector, moulder 
... Bisset, James, liftman 
... Young, MissM. 
... Young, William, fireman 
... Anderson, Misses 
... Stewart, Lindsay, traveller 
64 Union Assurance Society, Ltd. ; 

R. G. Tait, local secretary 
... Palatine Insurance Co., Ltd. 
62 Tulloch & Strachan, builders 
60 Peter, James, blacksmith 
... Ford, John, motor engineer 
58 Davidson, George, jeweller 
54 Henderson, A. G., com. agent 
. . . Provincial Insurance Co. , Ltd. ; 

Drapers' &General Insurance 

Co., Ltd.; A. S. Ingles, resi- 
dent secretary 
... Scott, Miss E. 
... Foote, William, engineman 
... Taylor, William, joiner 
52 Cooper, John, & Sons, mill- 
furnishers 



50 Cable & Wireless, Ltd. ; Great 
Northern Telegraph Co. 
(Ld.), of Denmark ; F. Miles, 
manager 
48 Batchelor, Robert F., janitor 
... M'Ewan, Matthew Pi. K.,eng'r 
... Gow, Miss 1. 
... M'Lellan, James, engineer 
... Ocean Accident and Guarantee 
Corporation, Ltd. ; J. T. 
Stewart, branch manager 
44 Irvine's square 

Dundee Corporation — 
Public Lighting Department 

and Complaints Office 
Alex. M'R. Imrie, inspector 
of weights and measures 
40 Technical College 
... College of Art 
34 Buchan & Macaulay. Ltd., pro- 
duce merchants 
32 Morrison & Philip, merchants 
... The Killo Insecticide Manufac- 
turing Co. 
... Low, Ireland, & Co., manu- 
facturers 
... M'Inroy, Duncan, clothier 
... Moncur, William, painter 
... Taggart, Mrs Margaret 
30 Pooley, H., & Son, weighing 

machine manufacturers 
28 Eve Dress Agency 
26 Hillocks, Daniel 
24 Bruce, George, cycle agent 

Ireland's lane here 
22 Ireland, John, & Sons, shuttle- 
makers 
20 Fitzgerald, Thomas, chauffeur 
... Gardine, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Grubb, Miss Jane 
18 Reid, James, confectioner 
16 Wilson, Thomas 
... Davidson, John, joiner 
... Bell, Joseph, boxmaker 
... Dalrymple, Mrs Elizabeth 
14 Hutchison, Miss Helen, grocer 
12 Livingstone, F., stationer 
8 Chasser, Edward, wine mer- 
chant 
4 Cunningham, R. Y., newsagent 
2AM'Kinnon, Lachlin, retired 

warder 
2 Stirling, Mrs Alex. , spirit mer- 
chant 

BELL STREET— West. 

lASt Cuthbert's Church 

1 Hartley, Wm. , violin teacher 



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201 



1 Crighton, James T., dent. surg. 
... Adamson, Hay G., water inspr. 

3 Working Boys' Home ; David 

G. Henderson, superintends 

5 Curr Night Refuge; Discharged 

Prisoners' Aid Society; David 

G. Henderson, superintend't 
7 Dundee Charity Organisation 

Society;* D. Fisher, agent 
9 PublicAssistanceOffice; Robert 

Allan, director ; Andrew 

Guthrie, caretaker 
... Public Health Office; DrW.L. 

Burgess, med. officer of health 

15 Central Fire Station 

Weir, James S., firemaster 
Mackay, Wm. , dep. -firemaster 
Lorimer, John S., fireman 
Carr, James, fireman 
M'Intosh, John, motor mech. 
Saunders, Edwin, fireman 
Storrier, William, fireman 
Wilkie, Andrew, fireman 

17 Sanitary Department — 

Alex. A. Russell, chief sanitary 
inspector 
Courthouse square here 

19 Salvation Army Industrial 

Home 

6 Courthouse buildings 

Malcolm, Robert C. , sheriff- 
substitute 

Bisset, Chris. J., sheriff-clerk 

Findlay, A. J., sheriff court 
auditor 

Tait, A. G., sheriff-clerk dep. 

Williamson, H. L., sheriff- 
clerk depute 

Henry, D. J. , procurator-fiscal 

Burrell, Clement F.M., depute 
procurator - fi seal 

Cruickshank, John, keeper of 
Courthouse, and bar officer 

4 Central Police chambers — 

Joseph Neilans, chief con- 
stable 

Peter Robertson, assistant 
chief constable 

Archibald Bell, procurator- 
fiscal 
Drill Hall 

BELL STREET LANE. 

CONSTITUTION ROAD. 

Children's Free Breakfast Hall 

20 Kenny, Patrick, millworker 

18 Russell, George 

16 Keir, Andrew 
12a 



BELLEFIELD AVENUE. 



11 



13 



15 



17 



MAGDALEN GREEN. 

Ferrier, H. M., proofreader 

Sutherland, Jas. O, outfitter 

Stewart, James, clerk 

Stevenson, Miss 

Bibb, Thomas W., overseer 

Garland, John, marine engineer . 

Alexander, John, grocer 

Millar, James, tailor 

Gray, Mrs 

Small, Mrs Betsy 

Blyth, Misses 

Sherriff, Miss M. 

Gow, Mrs J. A. 

Kay, William, engraver 

Wilson, Mrs D. A. 

Mackersie, James, electrical 

engineer 
Christie, John A., clerk 
Lindsay, Charles B., clerk 
Robertson, Miss M. 
Foylan, Mrs Annie 
Brown, F. P., draper 
Shepherd, Charles, grocer 
Young, James, journalist 
Millar, John L. , assistant supt. 
Neave, Mrs E. M. 
Jamieson, Mrs Peter 
Mack, Robert, traveller 
Shein, John, tailor 
Hood, Geo. J., dental surgeon 
Knox, Mrs Betsy 
Russell, Misses 
Cameron, M 'Donald, mattress 

maker 
Nelson, Allan B., cashier 
Gordon, James, constable 
Hood, Alexander, manager 
Flynn, J., tailor 
Cooper. Mrs Catherine 
Campbell, Chas., mattressmkr. 
Bremner, George, gardener 
Knight, D. R., clerk 
Sheph9rd, Mrs Thomas 
Benvie, James, enginedriver 
M'Intyre, Mrs Catherine 
Ross, Mrs Sarah 
Barrie, Alex., motor mechanic 
Murray, Robt. , motor mechanic 
Dryden, Robert P., grocer 
Simpson, Misses 
Taylor, John, clerk 
Sivewright, David, motor mech. 
Harris, Alex. A. , sorting clerk 
M'Kinnon, W. B., manager 
Lindsay, Charles B., clerk 
Keay, Mrs William 



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Bellefield avenue — continued 

17 Milne, A. Neil 

18 Gorrie, Mrs Ann 

... Smith, Thomas, foreman 
... Haxton, Miss Hildred 
... Watson, Frederick, cashier 
... Symes, Anthony G., foreman 
, ... Rodger, Jessie B. 
... Coyle, Mrs 

... Maule, David, mono, operator 
16 Ford, Mrs Jessie 
. . . Soutar, Mrs J. 
... Keay, William, clerk 
... Nicol, Andrew, clerk 
... Stewart, William B., chauffeur 
... Morrison, W. D. 
... Kinnear, Mrs M. 
14 Petrie, D. S., proofreader 
... Hay, Norman C , manager 
... Robertson, Win. C, engi-aver 
... Henderson, Mrs M, 
... Gow, Miss Agnes 
12 Miller, James, cashier 
... Trubi, William A. 
... Trubi, Miss, dressmaker 
... Johnston, W. T., clerk 
... Chalmers, Mrs Alexander 
... Guthrie, Wm. ,draper'sassistant 
. . . Robb, Mrs Helen 
... Paterson, Miss Mabel, tailoress 
... Johnston, William, grocer 
10 Gorrie, L. S., photo, operator 
... Cruickshanks, Miss M., shop 

assistant 
... Pilkington, Edward P., clerk 
... Porteous, William 
... Henderson, A. N., machineman 

8 Morrison, Mrs Edith B. 
... Glass, Robert, marine engineer 
... Lowdon, Thomas, clerk 
... Wilkie, David, clerk 
... Taylor, Robert, busdriver 
... Birnie, James, waiter 

6 Nicholson, Mrs C. 
... Methven, George, assistant in- 
surance inspector 
... Johnston, David K. , grocer 
... Dorward, Mrs Joan 
... Winton, Wm., railway guard 
... Duncan, Alexander, clerk 
... Peacock, A. E. , representative 

4 Wilson, C. M. G. , traveller 
... Harley, David F., watchmaker 
... Coull, Mrs J. S. B. 
... MacColl, Rev. Malcolm 
... Borthwick, Mrs 
... Henderson, George, clerk 
... Taylor, John, locomotive supt. 



4 Morley, Ernest, wholesale ware- 
houseman 
... Ross, Alexander M., painter 

2 Farmer, Mrs Mary 
... Milne, William, electrician 
... Ewing, Robert, baker 
. . . Craig, Miss B. D. , headmistress 
... Davis, James W. , musician 
... M'Gregor, Gregor, designer 

BELLFIELD STREET. 

HAWKHILL. 

1 Davis, J. J., garage 

St Joseph's R.C. Girls' School ; 
Honorah Long, headmistress; 
Frank Lynch, caretaker 
28 Taylor, Andrew 
... M'Donald, William, birddealer 
26 Forbes, Andrew, garage propr. 
22 Clark, Jas M. , chimneysweep 
20 Hutton, James, brassmoulder 
18 Robertson, Misses 
. . . Robertson, Charles A. , jeweller 

12 Alhambra Picture House ; 

Arthur Henderson, proptr. 
10 Ower, Mrs Donald 

4 Fry, William, labourer 
2Ajohnston, D. K. , grocer 

2 Darling, Mrs Emily 

... White, Richard, joiner 
... Clarke, Peter, vanman 
... Boath, David F. 

BELSIZE ROAD. 

White lodge— Mrs J. H. Halley 
G. C. Halley, manufacturer 
Harry Gould, chauffeur 

BENVIE ROAD. 

FYFFE STREET. 

Mitchell street here 
1 Swan, James, manager 
... Matheson, David, enginedriver 

3 Fleming, James H, tenter 
... Thomson, H, lamplighter 
... Bayne, Mrs Robert 

... Ower, James M., waiter 

5 Wilson, John, hairdresser 
.. Ross, Mrs Agnes 

7 Jackson, William, grocer 

Black street here 
9 Ross, George L., boot repairer 

13 Sword, George, clerk 
... Myles, Thomas 

... Thorns, Frank, traveller 
... Macdonald, John, plumber 
... Duff, David, vanman 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



203 



13 Gow, Alexander M., grocer 
15 Croll, Miss Muriel 
17 Macdonald, Douglas, butcher 
19 Duncan, Tlios. D. , homeproduce 

Gleg horn street here 
21 Ireland, Robert, fireman 
23 Fernie, Matthew 
... Ferguson, Duncan, cardriver 
... Hart, John, football trainer 
25 Cairnie, David, mechanic 
... Leith, George, cardriver 
... Beat, Robert R., busdriver 

27 Hart, Harry, coal merchant 
... Cooper, J. Y. K., metalworker 
... Thow, Andrew W., mechanic 
... Lynch, James, waiter 
27£Eastern Co-op. Soc. , Ltd. , grcrs. 

31 Donachie, Peter, mason 
. . . Ben vie Road Hall 

33 Whyte, Sydney, grocer 
37 Gilchrist Bros., engineers 

39 Ronney, Allan, general dealer 
41 Jack, David, secretary 
... Lawson, John, & Son, drapers 
... Stewart, A. C, clerk 
43 Scott, William S., compositor 
... Sinclair, Robert, brassmoulder 
.., Wood, George, storekeeper 
... Cocozza, Antonio, grocer 
45 M'Gregor, Mrs Helen 
... Ferguson, Albert, enginedriver 
... Allen, Alfred 
... Thomas, David R. , tenter 
... Harper, John R., electrician 
... Cargill, Joseph, manager 
47 Ouchterlonie, John,hacklemkr. 
... Kemlo, John, salesman 
49 Fraser, Gordon, labourer 
51 M'Callum, Alexander, billiard- 
room proprietor 
36 Morrison, Wm. D., ironturner 
. . . M 'Farlane, A. , hosepipeweaver 

34 Smith, Robert, milloverseer 
... M'Kay, William, traveller 
... Grant, Mrs Jessie 

. . . Russell, Robert A. , watchmkr. 
... M'Bain, D., cardriver 
... Thompson, John R., accountant 
. . . M'Intosh, Andrew, radioengnr. 
... Hay, Mrs Andrew 

32 Knox, Alexander 

... Anderson, David, retired police 

sergeant 
... Irving, Mrs Nettie 
30 Laing, John M., law cashier 
... Clark, David, motordriver 
... Robertson, Alexander, joiner 

28 Ramsay, Mrs E., confectioner 



Pit/our street here 
Gleghorn street here 

20 Whyte, James, policeman 

... Stirton, William, settmaker 
... Mathewson, James, postman 
... Cairnie, John, tenter 

18 Sword, William, joiner 
... Wilson, David, plasterer 
... Petrie, Fred, brassfinisher 
... Fraser, Walter, plumber 

... Erummond, William, painter 
... Henderson, James, meter fixer 
14 Garden Mills ; South Mills, 
Ltd., manufacturers 

12 Cairnie, Finlay 

... MacDonald, Wallace, manager 
... Fraser, Frank, clerk 
10 Barr, Thomas, linesman 
... Dailly, William, fruiterer 
... Henderson, Mrs John 

8 Ramsa}', William, insur. agent 

6 Ogilvie, John 
... M'Gregor, William, engineer 

4 Roxburgh, Robert, hairdresser 
... Roxburgh, Wm., milloverseer 

2 Ramsay, John, painter 

BERNARD STREET. 

HAWKHILL. 

1 Knight, James, fish merchant 
... Knight, Miss Margt., confectr. 

13 M' Williams, J., carpetweaver 

19 Handy, Joseph 

28 Francis, W. R., butcher 
6 Anderson, Peter, tenter 

BINGHAM TERRACE. 

DALKEITH ROAD. 

1 Brand, William F., contractor 
Dalkeith road here 

3 Gavine, Wm., box manufactr. 

5 Smith, Mrs E. 

21 Geddes, Isabella L. , milliner 
... Geddes, Mrs W. 

Deerparlc road here 
46 Cleland, Miss 
44 Simpson, David 
42 Agnew, Thomas, solicitor 
40 Matheson, D., insptr. of taxes 
38 Fyffe, David K., director 
36 Stevenson,A.T.(Thos.Cuthbert 

&Son) 
34 Fairweather, David W. 
32 Aimer, James, coffee merchant 
30 Cameron, F. J. 
28 Low, John 

Gallowhill — Arthur Swayne, 
market gardener 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



Bingham terrace — continued 

20 Davie, Thos. W. , dental surgeon 

18 Murray, Peter B., engineer 
16 Smith, Daniel K., clothier 

14 Malloch, John M., civil enginr. 
12 Mason, Joseph Reed, upholst'r. 
10 Robertson, Wm. C. , plumber 
... Robertson, James M, plumber 

8 The Anchorage — 

Mrs C. L. Thomson 

6 Neish, Robert N. 

4 Mearns, William K. , draper 

2 Nicoll, H. R. 
Dalkeith road here 
Cliftonbank — 

Dr Margaret Scott Dickson 
Annie I. K. Dickson 
2ADavidson, John B., journalist 

BINSTED AVENUE. 

STRATHMARTINE ROAD. 

1 Smith, Innes, millmanager 

3 Mottashaw, N. C. , bootrepairer 

5 Lorimer, A. B., buyer 

7 Hutcheson, J. A. S. , compositor 

9 Galloway, Wilfred, clerk 

16 Alexander, David, clerk 

14 Havard, Edgar, clerk 

12 Fulton, William, lino, operator 

10 Smith, A. Arrick, secretary 

8 Morris, James S., teacher 

6 Britnell, George 

4 Sweetman, Alf. , assur. agent 

2 Caird, Alfred G., outfitter 

BIRCHWOOD PLACE. 

LOGIE AVENUE. 

1 Stewart, John, telegraphist 

3 Middlemass, George, cutter 

5 Mitchell, George, jeweller 

7 Scott, William, grocer 

9 White, James F. , lino, operator 

11 Cargill, William, engineer 

13 Walker, Mrs William 

15 MacLean, Alex., bookbinder 

17 Smith, Albert D. , fishmonger 

19 Dewar, William, engineer 

21 Anderson, Charles, traveller 
23 Coates, Edward, engineer 
25 Scott, Alexander, butcher 
27 Stewart, Peter, engineer 

29 Kidd, John B., clerk 

31 Mather, Alexander, painter 

Logic avenue here 
40 Porter, Miss Jessie, superin 

tendent 
38 Baxter, Thomas, millmanager 
36 Sword, Harry L., traveller 



32 Fairlie, William, manager 

30 Forrest, James E. 

28 Macnaughton, Alex. D., market 

correspondent 
26 Buik, D. C. , newsagent 
24 Alexander, George, butcher 
22 Bell, George, baker 
20 Macfarlane, Douglas, salesman 

18 Bell, George A., insur. agent 
16 Scott, Miss Mary 
14 M 'Arthur, Miss Margaret 
12 Swan, Margaret, clerkess 
10 Melvin,Robt. , grocer's manager 

8 Cairns, Mrs Agnes 

6 Watson, James B., grocer 

4 Abbot, Mrs Mary 

2 Symonds, John, engineer 

BLACK STREET. 

BENV1E ROAD. 

19 Farley, John, warehouseman 
... Malcolm, William, electrician 
... Somerville, James W., carter 
. . . Ross, George L. , boot repairer 
... Doig, Mrs Alex. S., stationer 
... Doig, Alexanders. 

20 Nicoll, William, carter 
... Petrie, Samuel, engineer 
... Thorns, William, painter 
. . . Fotheringham, Wm. , dairy kpr. 

BLACKNESS AVENUE. 

WEST END OF HAWKHILL. 

1 Gilchrist, Alexander, joiner 
Dick, David 
Kay, Miss Christina 
Munro, John, modern languages 

master 
M'Kinlay, Mrs A. J. 
Silvie, David 
M'Mahon, Misses 
Potter, Charles 
Pool, Stanley Y. 

3 Rae, John, upholsterer 
Myles, Mrs 

Smith, Mrs Alexander S. 
MacHardy, Miss Helen S. 
Ore, Miss Jane 
Mackay, Mrs A. 
Glover, Miss Lily, fruiterer 

5 Main, John, traveller 
Hutton, Robt., grain merchant 
Gillman, Horace, teacher 
GiiTity, Misses 

Smith, Robt. , bank accountant 
Scroggie, Mrs J. Austin 
Niven, Mrs J. M. 
Bruce, George R., teacher 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



205 



Oowrie street here 
7 Phillip, William, gardener 
... Malcolm, Mrs Edward 
... Jeffrey, Mrs 
... Williamson, Miss Violet 
. . . Lesslie, Mrs Charles 
... Finlay, Gordon, merchant 
... Mackenzie, Robert, teacher 
... Doig, James A., baker 
9 Stephen, Ernest W. , clerk 
... Kerr, D. S. 
... Kidd, Misses 
... Forbes, Alexander 
... Bird, Thomas, pianotuner 
... Bird, Miss M.M., music teacher 
... Methven, Andrew, produce 

agent 
... Littlejohn, George H., clerk 
... Campbell, Mrs 
11 Lorimer, James, traffic inspctr 
13 Yule, George 

. . . Brown, W. G. E. , civil servant 
... Adam, William A., architect 
... Davidson, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Kerr, Mrs E. D. 
... Simpson, Alexander, clerk 
15 Campbell, Mrs Jessie 
17 Gordon, William, engineer 
19 Watson, Andrew, engraver 
... Sim, Stewart K.,licensedgrocer 
... Robertson, Andrew 
... Stiven, Mrs Richard C. 
... Black, Hugh F., produce mer- 
chant 

Graham, R. B. , shipping agent 
21 Crichton, Miss 

Lytton street here 
23 Cuthbert, Misses A. and H. S. 
... Fisher, Miss E. 
... Keir, Robert, traveller 
. . . Miller, John R. , tea merchant 
... Scotland, Miss E. J. 
... Phillips, Mrs David 
... Farquharson, Miss Lena 
... Dawson, Miss Mary 
25 Banks, Miss, teacher 
... Wilson, David, clerk 
... Petrie, Thomas, manager 
... Duncan, Mrs Agnes 
... Wallace, Mrs W. 
... Kidd, Mrs Jane 
27 Campbell, W. E., engineer 

Corso street here 
29 Latto, David, manager 
... Dorman, Hugh J., lecturer 
... Walker, Stewart, manager 
... Miller, Matthew, cashier 
31 Wallace, J. Murdoch, baker 



31 



33 



35 



51 



Buick, James, manager 
Lamb, David S., secretary 
Matthew, WilliamW. , stationer 
Lawrence, James P., clerk 
Forbes, Hugh, plumber 
Abbots ford place here 
Wallace, David, enginedriver 
Johnston, William, artist 
Geekie, Mrs Isabella 
Florence, Alex., licensed grocer 
M'Intosh, Miss Minnie F. , 

cinema proprietrix 
M'Intosh, Mrs, cinema proprx. 
Bell, Mrs G. , confectioner 
Hay, David M., civil servant 
Scott, William D. , bank teller 
Mitchelson, Alex., spirit mer. 
Reid, William A. , clerk 
Williams, David, art master 
Wilson, Robert A., traveller 
M 'Donald, Mrs Amelia 
Fenwick, Stewart, represent've 
Wallace, William J., manager 
Brown, T. R., chemist 
Smith, Thomas M. Y., clerk 
Watson, John, agent 
Adams, Stanley T., manager 
Seymour street here 
Simmers, Frank R., journalist 
Buchan, James, journalist 
Smith, Patrick, fishmonger 
M'Intosh, Robert G. 
Wilkie, Miss Margaret, nurse 
Harvey, William, journalist 
Durkie, Mrs Margaret 
Robertson, Miss 
Hyndford street here 
Thomson, John, solicitor 
Smail, Herbert M., architect 
Marshall, James H. 
Fleming, John H. , wareh'seman 
Kippen, Mrs A. D. 
Gordon, Thos., licensed grocer 
Martin, William D., lecturer 
Martin, Sam. D., garage proptr. 
Robertson, J. W. , pharmacist 
Leslie, Mrs A. A. 
Simpson, William A., jeweller 
Flanagan, Thos. E., music tchr. 
Blackness road here 
Hillcrest road here 
Morgan, Dr John 
Sutherland-Graeme, Very Rev. 

Provost K. M. 
Buchan, Misses 
Yeaman, John B. , manufactr. 
Hyndford street here 
Seymour street here 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



Blackness avenue — continued 

Marchfield terrace here 
Shaftesbury terrace here 
St John's (Cross) Church 
Shaftesbury road here 
12 The Avenue Billiards Hall ; 
Charles M. Johnston, proptr. 

10 Smith & Kay, bootmakers 

8 Clydesdale, James, insur. supt. 
6 M 'Donald, Allan, newsagent 
Blackness Free Library 

BLACKNESS ROAD. 
3 M'Givney, John, painter 

11 Kidd, Frederick, grocer 
21 Farrell, John, fruiterer 

27 Lannen, MrsA.,spiritmerchant 
31 Pacione, John, fish restaurant 

Daniel street here 
35 Blackness Halls 
39 M'Intosh, J., church-officer 
43 Baxter, John, butcher 
45 M'Lean, Joseph, plumber 
... M'Cluskey, John, saw doctor 
47 Quin, Joseph, provision mercht. 
49 Smith, Michael E., grocer 
51 Cooney, Mrs Hannah, confctnr. 
53 Carse of Gowrie Dairy Co., Ltd. 

Urquhart street here 
71 Blackness Foundry ; Urquhart 
Lindsay & Robertson Orchar, 
Ltd., engineers 
Edward street here 
123 Bruce, James, plumber 
... Hamilton, Mrs George 
... Kennedy, Kenneth, butcher 
... Colville, James 
125 Lawrence, Thomas, tobacconist 

Cherryfield lane here 
127 Ogilvie, William S., grocer 
129 Spence, Alexander, confectnr 
131 Ross, D. Dall, hairdresser 
1 33 Stirling, William, cabinetmaker 
135 Robertson, Wm., tobacconist 
137 Cherryfield Mission Hall 
145 Malone, Thomas, boot repairer 
147 Rossi, Peter, fish restaurant 
147iPacione, John, confectioner 

Forest Park road here 
149 Thorns, Miss A. F. C, chemist 
151 Smith, Mrs Jane, confectioner 
153 How, George M. , butcher 
155 Nicoll, William L. 
161 Blackness Public School — 

James M. Clark, headmaster 
Stewart Williamson, caretaker 
169 Taylor, George, fruiterer 
177 M'Dowell, Thomas, foreman 



177ASmith, Patrick, fishmonger 
179ABeedie, James 
... Black, John, joiner 
. . . Beedie, Robert, coal merchant 
... Conacher,John,&Son, plumbers 
179 Prain, Alexander R. , casemkr. 

... Black, Miss B. , fishmonger 
181 Robertson, J. W, pharmacist 
183 MacLeod,MalcolmC.,Sub-P.O. 
185 Carse of Gowrie Dairy Co. , Ltd. 
187 Grant, Wm., & Son, butchers 
189 Tomlinson,MrsGeo. , confectnr. 
191 Johnston's Stores, Ltd. , grocers 
193 Knight, George, fruiterer 
... Topping, Alexander, dairyman 
... Gerrard, Richard, baker 
Rosefteld street here 
199 Chambers, B. S., stationer 
201 Jolly, R.. confectioner 
203 Michie, Lawrence P., chemist 
Logie Central School — 
John L. Peters, headmaster 
Thomas Baxter, caretaker 
Glenagnes road here 
215 Watt, Margaret, confectioner 
217 Lamond, Andrew, dairyman 
219 M'Intosh, Miss Jane, laundress 

... Smart, Peter, tramdriver 
229 Hill, J. M., newsagent 
237 Coupar, Thomas, motordriver 
241 Noble, Frank, chauffeur 
243 Griffiths, James, traveller 
247 Marshall, Edward, mechanic 
... Lawson, Andrew 
... Petrie, John D., baker 
.. Downie, James, contractor 
249 Ferguson, Hugh, joiner 
... Buntin, William, clerk 
... Cameron, James, joiner 
251 Birrell, Miss M. F., draper 
253 O'Neill, Miss Annie 
... Paterson, James 
... Howe, Harry, engineer 
255 Cochrane, Thomas, grocer 

Ashbank road here 
259 Smith, Mrs Williamina 
... M'Fatridge, Robert, clerk 
... Sherret, George, clerk 
... Adams, George, overseer 
... Adams, James, joiner 
. . . Robertson, D. 
.. M'Intyre, Mrs 
... Taylor, Mrs H, apartments 
... Donald, James R., postman 
... Wallace, JohnL., painter 
261 Stuart, Miss Helen, newsagent 
... Young, Thomas, tailor 
... Wilkie, Miss 



STREET 

261 Young, Mrs Thomas 
... Baird, Misses M.&M., fish mer. 
. . . Fitchet, David S. , ret. teacher 
... Donald, Mrs M. 

263 Baird, Marjory S. 
... Dempster, Miss M. J. 
... Dick, Miss 
... Petrie, Miss Annie 
... Edwards, Miss Mary 
... Butchart, Miss M., draper 
... Buchanan, James R., painter 

265 Millar, Harry O, engineer 
... Gray, James, hairdresser 
... Low, Margt. M. , confectioner 
... Allan, Thomas, painter 
... Butchart, James, draper 

267 Young, William, moulder 
... Milne, Mrs E. 
... Dalgity, Robert, printer 
... Ogilvie, Peter, gardener 
... Chalmers, Alex., lithographer 
... Young, Mrs Alexander 
... Gellatly, William D. , joiner 

269 Petrie, James B., clerk 
... Barclay, Alexander, painter 
.. Brown, John, tramdriver 
. . . Imrie, David 

. . . M 'Walter, William, hairdresser 
... Tarbat, Miss, teacher 
. . . Wilson, Walter 
... Conacher, Hugh, joiner 
... Macaskill, John 

271 Paton, Miss 
... Downie, Archibald, painter 
... Sloan, George, mechanic 
... Kettles, John B., clerk 
... Keith, Geo. H., second master 
Elm street here 

275 Paterson, George D. , printer 
... M'Farlane, William, dentist 
... M'Farlane, George, manager 
... Nicoll, William L., cashier 
... Allen, Mrs Henry 
... Burnett, David, baker 
... Kidd, MrsW. L. 
277 Bruce, Alice, teacher 
279 Black. John, butcher 
281 How, Mrs 
. . . Matthew, Mrs Alexander 
... Hutton, Misses 
... Wylie, Miss 

... Macintosh, Alex. E. , conf ectnr. 
. . . Tosh, James, retired inspector 
283 Milne, Robert, clerk 
285 M'Inroy, Catherine, teacher 
287 Carstairs, Wm.,educatn. officer 
. . . Anderson , Frank M. , coal meht. 
... M'Donald, Edwin J., clerk 



DIRECTORY. 207 

287 Grant, Miss J. A. 
... Douglas, R. S., goods and pas- 
senger manager 
291 Patrick, J. M'Intosh, artist 
293 Barron, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Anderson, Miss E. 
... Speed, Alexander 
... Stalker, Robert R. , manager 
... Hood, Jas. H., resident secy. 
... Munro, Donald G. 
295 Key, James P., cashier 

Balgay road here 
303 Victoria Park lodge- 
Robert Milne, gardener 
Jedburgh road here 
305 Kilchoan — Mrs Sime 
307 Emmerson, Dr John 
309 Balgay Girls' School ; Miss M. 
M.Maclauchlan, head-mistress 
Joseph Carrie, gardener 
311 Isabank — 

David K. Milne, millfurnisher 
313 Davidson, Mrs T. M. 
315 Hunter, David, representative 
317 Mills, Miss E. 
319 Clifton— Mrs A. W. Stiven 
321 Peebles, Mrs Thomas 

... Bremer, Mrs Anna 
323 Robertson, Ernest S., aerated 
water manufacturer 
... Smith, John 
325 Tayvallich— 

Mrs George B. M'Fadzen 
327 Brush, Mrs S. W. 
331 White, Mrs A. 
333 The Gap— Thos. R. M'Dougall, 

housefactor 
335 Fir Neuk— Mrs D. R. Stiven 
337 Grant, Mrs W. 
339 Cruickshank, Alex. , spirit mer. 
341 Lenore— 

David Rollo, waste merchant 
343 Peattie, Norman, salesman 
345 Young, David G., engineer 
347 Wallace, D. W., baker 
349 Arnville— Mrs M. Macgregor 

... Phin, Edith L. 
351 M'Glashan, Henry, fish mer- 
chant 
353 Cawthorne, Mrs Mary F. 

. . . Gravill, Miss Ada 
365 M'Gregor, Miss Elizabeth S. 
367 Dunard — James C. Osier 
369 Simpson, Misses 
371 Bowie, James A., principal 
Elliot road 
Dundee Women's Hospital ; 
Miss Clark, matron 



208 

Blackness road — continued 

Harris Academy Recreation 
Ground 
Mains of Balgay — 

George M 'Donald, farmer 
Royal Victoria Hospital — 

Miss Watson, matron 

P. S. Kennedy, lodgekeeper 
373 Seafield— 

D. S. Pithie, timber merchant 
375 Miller, Robert, butcher 

Oxford street here, 
401 Hutchison, Edward 
403 Pride, Misses 
405 Allen, Mrs Charles J. 
407 Watson, Andrew, millmanager 
409 Grewar, John, insur. inspector 
411 The Shielan— 

David M 'Call, lecturer 
413 M'Neill, James, accountant 
415 Finnigan, Misses 
417 Sturrock, J. Fred., manufactr 

419 Fleming, John S. 
Harrow street here 

421 Wybrants, Miss Margaret A. 

423 Nicoll, Miss Margaret 
Glamis road here 

444 Barry, Arthur E. , timber mer 

chant 
442 Johnston, Harry, grocer 
434 Balcairn— Mrs William Rettie 

James L. Rettie 
432 Redcroft— 

Arthur F. Guild, stockbroker 
Robert Dodds, gardener 
430 Braeknowe — 

W. Moir Scott, manufacturer 
426 Drummond, Henry, decorator 
... Drummond, Ethel, music 
teacher 

424 Carsegray — 

John Macdonald, teacher 
William Macdonald, merchant 

422 Carselea — 

Thomas S. Murray 
Mrs Helen Macpherson 

420 Westgrove — 

James M. Wallace, baker 

Westgrove avenue here 

Norwood crescent here 
394 Wallace, Misses M. and I. 
392 Pullar, Peter, dairyman 
390 Eggo, Edward, gardener 

Scotswood terrace (See West- 
park road) 
372 Hillcrest Bowling Green 
370 Robertson, G. S. B. 
368 Styles, John R., spirit mercht. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 

366 M'Crum, Wm. S., jute broker 

364 Guild, Mrs W. M. 

362 Henderson, Miss 

360 Grant, Stephen S., traveller 

358 Allan, Mrs D. M., lie. grocer 

356 Williamson, Mrs John 

354 Angus, Miss Mary 

Marchfield terrace here 
348 Wanless, Alexander T., insur- 
ance manager 
346 Fairweather, D. G., publisher's 

agent 
344 Brown, Henry R., journalist 
342 Ardgowan — 

Mrs D. D. Robertson 
340 Nairn, Alfred M., manufac- 
turer 
338 Bartlett, Rev. Henry M. 
336 Ardcoille— Mrs D. R. Wallace 
332 Webster, Mrs James 
330 Millar, Mrs J. T. G. 
328 Keill, Miss 
326 Scott, Mrs James 
324 Urquhart, Alexander, editor 
322 Plant, H. W., produce broker 
320 Fleming, Mrs Edward 
316 Campbell, Walter, surgeon 
312 Sime, Mrs G. M. 

Blackness avenue here 
308 Bennett, Thomas, bootmaker 
306 Grewar, John, motor engineer 
304 Graham, Miss F. E. 
302 Fraser, Mrs E. 
300 Wallace, Mrs Harry 

Hyndford street here 
296 Kirkcaldy, Mrs Robert 
294 Kennedy, John, wine merchant 
292 Boath, Miss Betsy S. 

... Smith, MissB. 
290 Broatch, J. A., ironmonger 
288 Drumard— 

John Robertson, aerated water 
manufacturer 
286 Slimman, Fred, lathsplitter 
284 Moraylea— 

Mrs Mary J. Melville 
282 M'Hardy, Mrs Rebecca S. 
280 Campbell, Dr Cora C. 

. . . Allan, Miss J. 
278a Ingram, J. K., fish merchant 
278 Farmer, John, butcher 
276ADrummond, John W., news- 
agent 
276 Kidd, Andrew G. ,,Ltd. , bakers 

Seymour street here 
274 Anderson, Andrew, retd.cashier 

Conacher, John K., plumber 

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274 M'Kenzie, John, mill inspector 
... Fearn, James, joiner 
... Burnett, Alexander, saddler 
... Baird, James, butcher 
... Fullerton, Mrs George 
... Craig, Mrs John 
... Moffat, James, contractor 
... Nicoll, Fred., blacksmith 

272 Stewart, Adam 
... Mitchell, MrsG. 
... Young, Mrs Margaret 
... M'Cartney, William, clerk 
... Gauld, Arch., patternmaker 
... Greer, Charles, painter 
... Brown, Miss Lena F., chemist 

270 Miln, Mrs W. 
... M'Naughton, David, mason 
... Allan, William, woodturner 
... Drummond, Miss Joan H. 
... Moodie, Ernest J., engineer 
. . . Fisher, William, rail way worker 
... Will, MrsE. 

268 Corrigan, Bernard, waiter 
... Ogilvie, John, enginedriver 
... Patterson, John, engineer 
... Gow, Alexander, carrier 
... Allan, Joseph, fishmonger 

266 Watson, Thomas 0., grocer 
... Tomlinson, Mrs Geo., confectr 
... Duncan, Mrs C. 
... Bryson, Mrs 

264AThomson, A. P., secretary 
... Hebenton, George, engineer 
... Hall, Miss A. 
... Hill, J. M., newsagent 
... Beedie, James, shopfitter 
... Mitchell, Mrs A. 
... Cuthbert, Peter Y., mechanic 

264 Fleming, John, grocer 

262 Officer, Robert, clerk 
... Fenwick, Peter, wine niercht. 
... Quigley, Charles, loco, driver 
... Robertson, John, millforeman 
... M 'Fee, Stewart, grocer 
... Bruce, Alex., milk salesman 

260 Cunningham, Mrs J., fruiterer 
... Duncan, Alex., police sergeant 
. . . Connelly, Ed ward, cal'nderwkr . 
... Ramsay, Miss 
... Shepherd, Mrs George 

258 Mollison, Charles 
... Allan, Mrs 
... Cassie, Mrs William 
... Greig, James D., joiner 
... Milne, Leslie, chauffeur 
... Gibson, Frederick, baker 
... Quirk, William, compositor 

256 White, James, enginedriver 



256 Brown, James E., enginedriver 
... Wilson, Miss W. 
... Hetherington, Alex.,hairdr'ser 
... Fraser, William, ret. constable 
... Doyle, Mrs Patrick 

254 Mawhinney, J as. , coal mercht. 
. . . Barclay, Agnes, pot'd meatmfr. 
... Kinmond, John S., clerk 
... Cuthbert, Miss A., dressmaker 
... Briggs, Miss Rena 
. . . Brown, Mrs Andrew 

252 Simpson, Mrs Grace, dressmak'r 
. . . Davidson, Alexander L. , clerk 
... Brodie, George H., ironturner 
... Douglas, Miss Fanny 
... Campbell, William, retd. police 

inspector 
... Bonald, Miss R. 

250 Chalmers, Charles, mechanic 
... Matthew, David, enginedriver 
... M'Kenzie, Miss Lizzie 
... Brown, Mrs John 
... Ruxton, James, lino, operator 
... Ireland, Mrs Catherine 

248 Boswell, Mrs John 
... Smith, Frederick, chauffeur 
... Cuthbert, Wm., confectioner 

246 Lister, Charles, ex-police insptr. 
. . . Wood, Miss Jeanie, draper 
... Turner, Geo. W., enginedriver 
... Watson, Mrs Jane 

244 Hill, R. B., assistant manager 
... Wynd, James, lino, operator 
... Petrie, James, joiner 
... Stewart, Miss Nan, confectioner 
... Pullar, Alexander, salesman 
... Boath, Robert, painter 
... Bruce, Mrs W. 

242 Thomson, John, grocer 
Abbotsford street here 

236 Ingram, J. R., Ltd., bakers 

234 Davidson , Alex. , P. 0. inspector 
. . . Shepherd, Walker, insur. agent 
. . . Hood, George, brush manufctr. 
... M'Leod, Frances, hairdresser 
... Dorward, George, caretaker 
... M'Nicoll, David, draper 
... M'Kenzie, William, joiner 
... Beveridge, Andrew, warehouse- 
man 
... Crichton, Mrs 
... Wright, Alexander, storekeeper 

232 Taylor, George, waiter 
... Forbes, William, boot repairer 
... Fyfe, Alexander, joiner 

230 Gilmour, Robert, shoemaker 

228 Strachan, Mrs D., confectioner 

226 Nicoll, Peter, salesman 



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Blackness road — continued 

226 Walker, Charles, chauffeur 

... MacQuade, John, painter 
222 Rossi, D. 0. , restaurateur 
220 Fraser, John R., mason 
. . . Anton, John, cardriver 
... Strachan, Mrs Georgina 
... Robertson, W., confectioner 
218 Landsburgh Brothers, grocers 

Peddie street here 
216 Kidd, AndrewG., Ltd., bakers 
212 Brown, Mrs Andrew 
... Bogie, Robert, fireman 
... Stewart, Thomas, plumber 
210 Leslie, A. A., grocer 
208 Wilkie, Miss Nellie A. , draper 
206 Reid, William, storekeeper 

... Jack, Alexander, calendeiwrkr. 
204ASmith & Kay, bootmakers 
204 Coleman, Patrick, fruiterer 
202 Webster, David, butcher 
200 M'Govern, Patrick, motordriv'r 
... Cappucci, L., restaurateur 
... Taylor, Mrs Jessie 
198 Simpson, W. A., jeweller 
196 Topping, Alexander, dairykpr. 
194 Anderson, Mrs William 
... Ward, Thomas, traveller 
.. Plumb, Clarence, billposter 
192 Soave, J., confectioner 
190 Watson, Mrs Elizabeth, grocer 

Blackness street here 
188 M'Nicoll, D. B., tailor 
186 Fyffe, Mrs John 

... Hill, Charles, lo'motive fireman 
184 Elder, Miss H. C, draper 
182 Cappucci, L. , restaurateur 
180 Hughes, Charles, craneman 
... Gibson, Robert, foreman 
... Toner, Miss Mary, draper 
178 Robertson, Misses, grocers 
176 Wilson, Helen, grocer 
174 Smith, James, joiner 
... Broadley, Charles, tailor 
... Macintosh, Mrs E., newsagent 
172 Baird, Misses, fish merchants 
170 Alexander, David C, butcher 
168 Page, Alexander, dairykeeper 
166 Wallace, J. M. , & Sons, bakers 
164 Powrie, Thomas, lie. grocer 
Annfield road here 
Ure street here 
132 Visocchi, John, confectioner 
130 Devine, William, confectioner 

Bdlfield street here 
126 St Joseph's R.C. Boys' School 

Wilkie's lane here 
108 Stewart, Robert J., hairdresser 



104 Fitzpatrick,Thos., spirit mrcht 
Watson's lane here 
88 Miller, Jane, hairdresser 
86 M'Mahon, Colin, jun., newsagt. 
84 Benedetti, Joseph, & Son, fish 

restaurant 
82 Coutts, Nan, confectioner 
78AFarrell, John, fruiterer 
78 Stevenson, William, merchant 
74ACairney, Mrs C, smallwares 
74 Wallace, J. Murdoch, baker 
70aM 'Govern, Thomas V., grocer 
68JMoore, Alexander, hammerman 
68 Retigan, E., tailor 
66 Connelly, Miss Agnes, broker 
62 Nicoll, Mrs H, dairy prod.dlr. 
60 Whittie, Alexander 
56 Forbes, William, boot repairer 
52 Craig, David, stationer 
50 Malangone, L., confectioner 

Kincardine street here 
46 Hill & Steven, Ltd., lie. grocers 
44 M'Elwee, John, warehouseman 
... Duncan, R. , manufacturers' agt. 
42 Hill, William L., houseagent 
38 M 'Ritchie, Mrs Mary 
... Falconer, John, chauffeur 
36 Low, W.,&Co., Ltd. ,wh. grocers 
8 Ambrose, Mrs L., restaurateur 
6 Keillor, Frederick, newsagent 
4 Duffy, James, hairdresser 
2 Cameron, William 



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BLACKNESS STREET. 

BLACKNESS ROAD. 

Mill, Mrs Jessie 
... Jordan, John, van salesman 
... Norrie, Alexander, stationer 

3 Adams, Frank J. , ironmonger 

7 Gunn, John 
... Mullen, Miss Annie 
11 Dwyer, Benjamin, ironmoulder 
... Eaton, John, storekeeper 
... M'Lean, James, engineer 
13 Ramsay, David, joiner 
... Martin, Dan, storekeeper 
... Ramsay, Isabella 
15 Bissett, Francis, beltmaker 
. . . Clark, Bartholomew, insurance 

inspector 
... Melville, Robert, baker 
17 Moncur, James, attendant 
... Younger, Thomas, joiner 
19 Inverarity, Geo., dock labourer 
... Birnie, Mrs 1., dairykeeper 
21 Strachan & Matthew, wholesale 
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10 Davis, Wilfred, engineer 
6 Braniff, Thomas, sawyer 
4 Peebles, D. S. C, grocer 

BLACKSCROFT. 

St Roque's Branch Library 
57 St Roque's Mission Church 

59 Gavine, Geo., cardboard worker 
... Rollo, George, warehouseman 
... Crombie, Peter, grocer 

69 Smith, Alex., dock labourer 

71 Patterson, J. B. , butcher 

73 Guthrie, Mrs Margaret 

... Pope, James, confectioner 

75 M'Laren,Mrs Jas., confectioner 

77 Maher, Mrs M., confectioner 

79 Stibbles, Charles, joiner 
... Maher, James, bricklayer 

81 Thomson, Margaret, home pro 

duce dealer 
83 Small & Co. , grocers 

85 Grieve, Peter, foreman 
... Ferguson, Mrs George 
S5APattullo, J. & J., painters 
87|Cowie, William 

117 Robertson, David A., grocer 
117BSacco, Vincent, confectioner 
119 Coventry, Alexander 
Labour Hall 
Peep-o'-Day lane here 
Wallace street here 
108 Dickson, Wm. G., pawnbroker 
102 Swinton, William C. , wine mer, 
9S Ritchie, Alex. , dockgateman 
94 Dunn, Alex., wine merchant 
90 Smith, David, butcher 
88 Mitchell, Miss May, confectnr 

86 Lucibel, Nichol, restaurateur 

82 M'Nab, William, stationer 

80 Mudie, John, confectioner 

74 Edwards, Miss B., confectioner 

72 Scott,Mrs Isabella, confectioner 
68 Nichols, Edward, grocer 

Middle street here 
66 Tyrie, George J. W., baker 
62 Anderson, Eobert, plumber 
... Ellington, John, labourer 

60 Thow, James, glazier 
56 M'Kenzie, Frederick, plasterer 
54 Devaney, James, hairdresser 
52 Scully, John, coal merchant 
50 Wright, Miss Catherine, grocer 
48 Home, Robert, salesman 

... Clark, William, confectioner 

46 Phillips, G., vanman 

... Pearl Steam Laundry 

44 Davidson, Mrs M. 

42 Fyffe, Angus, confectioner 



40 Canning, Mrs A. , confectioner 
36 Sinclair, W. B. , boot repairer 
26 Gillanders, Robert, bagpipe 

maker 
24 Law, D. & G., slaters 
20 Duff, David L. , spirit merchant 
Dens street here 

14 Macdonald, D. J. , Ltd. , enginrs. 

10 Downie & Dye, builders 

2 Wilson & Sons (Dundee), Ltd., 

seedcrushers 

BLINSHALL STREET. 

BROOK STREET. 

3 Soave, Antonia, confectioner 
... Duffy, Mrs Martha 

... Beveridge, W. T., wareh'seman 
... Brodie, John F., shop assistant 

7 Ireland, Wm., church-officer 
... Speedie, Mrs A., grocer 

11 S. Mary Magdalene's Church 
17 Toffolo, Jackson, & Co. ,terrazzo 

contractors 
Guthrie street, here 
Miln street here 
Douglas street here 
47 Bottle Exchange, goods en- 
trance 
Sharp, John, & Sons, Ltd., 

spinners 
Miln street here 
30 Central Mutual Service Club 
Guthrie street here 

10 Kinmond, Miss M. 
... Emslie, William 

... Hazel, John W., signalman 

8 Mills, Mrs 

... Ferrier, John, taxidriver 

BLYTH STREET. 

CITY ROAD. 

7 Anderson, Robert 

11 Speed, David M. 

13 Jack, Miss Betsy 

15 Silvester, Edward 

17 Anderson, William, clerk 
19 Hackney, James, mechanic 
28 Murray, Mrs Alexander 

26 Peter, Miss Georgina 

24 Taylor, Jos. W. , motor repairer 

22 Bichmond, Mrs 

18 Connell, Mrs Thomas 

16 Blyth, Miss Jessie 

14 Niven, William, cardriver 

12 Ewau, Mrs 

10 Ogilvie, Mrs Catherine 

8 Harvey, A. R., stampcutter 

6 Bobbins, Gerard, garage assist. 



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BONNYBANK ROAD. 

VICTORIA ROAD. 

Constable, George, blacksmith 
Duncan, George, mason 
Smith, Mrs 

Ewing, Albert, manager 
M'Gregor, Alexander, docker 
Blair, John, salesman 
Spalding, Alex., blacksmith 
Will, James R., tenter 
Johnston, John, baker 
Smart, David R., docker 
Macewan, Mrs Lena 
Stephen, Mrs Johan 
Gilchrist, Mrs Robert 
Findlay, James, joiner 
Procter, Miss S. 
Devlin, Edward 
Gibb, Alexander, ironturner 
Taylor, Miss Margaret, attend 

ant 
Ormond, Elizabeth, newsagent 
Sherriff, Miss J. 
Cooper, George 
Davie, Charles Y., clerk 
Low, James R., engineer 
Smith, Mrs 

Ferguson, Robert, plumber 
Macara, Mrs Malcolm 
M'Ara, Miss B. 
Davidson, Miss 
Greig, George, cinema operator 
Paterson, N. L. , fruiterer 
Townsen, Joseph, dairyman 
Nelson terrace here 
Tullo, Robert, dairyman 
Blossom house — 

D. S. Anderson, produce mer. 
Taylor, David, clerk 
Morris, David 
Patrick, D. K., merchant 
Thomson, Wm. P., joiner 
Mills, James, stableman 
Duncan, Mrs Jane F. 
Kidd, David H. , collector 
Beat, Mrs R., fish merchant 
Hinton, Miss 
Ritchie, Alex. A., draper 
Clark, Alexander, boilermaker 
Gauld, James A., sack printer 
Fallan, James, park ranger 
Fallan, Mrs A., fruiterer 
Walker, William, baker 
Soppit, William, motordriver 
Tivoli Theatre ; W. S. Edward, 

proprietor 
Warden, Mrs Grace 
Christie, Frank 



BEADBURY STREET. 

DOWNFIELD. 

1 Coutts, Miss 

3 Stenson, George C. , electrician 

5 M'Farlane, Alex. R. , journalist 

7 Low, Alexander R. 

9 Smith, Mrs George L. 
11 M'Cann, Alexander S. , clerk 
13 Golder, Mrs N. S. 

BRANTWOOD AVENUE. 

LOONS ROAD. 

1 Mudie, David M., clerk 
3 Stewart, Hector, baker 
5 Moffat, James, superintendent 
7 Stenhouse, William, mechanic 
9 Elliott, Horace, electr. engineer 
11 Craig, John, foreman 

13 Bruce, Albert, railway clerk 

15 Comerford, James, waiter 
17 Knight, Miss Mary 

19 Wilson, John, confectioner 

21 Carroll, Stephen, plasterer 

23 Ower, Robert, warehouseman 

25 Milne, Mrs Ann 
Harlow place here 

29 Keddie, Philip, warehouseman 

31 M'Diarmid, David, sortingclerk 

33 Yeaman, Mrs Eliza 

35 Dewar, John, insurance agent 
37 Walker, David, painter 

39 Reid, Arthur, yarn beamer 

41 Johnston, Robert, grocer 

43 Anderson, Albert B., salesman 

45 Webb, C. Douglas, fish merch. 

47 Mooney, Joseph, busdriver 

49 Taylor, Wm. , timekeeper 
51 Knight, John A., salesman 
53 Watt, Frederick 

55 Stuart, Miss Mary 

59 Anderson, James, woodworker 

50 Haggart, George, tobacconist 

48 Laird, Mrs J., home produce 

46 Ewart, Alexander T., draper 

44 Mackay, Chas. A., ironmonger 

42 Greer, Charles, painter 

40 Chalmers, Miss A., dairy pro. 

36 Smith, George J., butcher 

34 Martin, Robert, enginedriver 

32 Watson, Robt. , jim. , spirit mer. 

30 Dundas, James B. , clerk 
28 Roberts, George, engineer 

26 Burke, Mrs Marjory 

24 Taylor, David, manager 

22 Anderson, James, gardener 

20 Crichton, David, baker 

16 Elder, George, process operator 

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12 Campbell, Duncan 
10 Walker, James, salesman 
8 Davidson, Douglas K., enginr. 
6 Bone, Robt. B. , marine engineer 
4 Edward, Mrs M. 

Brantwood place he-re 
2ALees, James, hairdresser 
Brantwood Avenue Post Office 
Blacklaws, Mrs W.B.,newsagt. 

BRANTWOOD PLACE. 

ALPIN ROAD. 

1 Coventry, Jas. , police inspector 

2 Myles, H. G., engineer 

3 Smith, Alexander, grocer 

4 Buik, Andrew, secretary 

BRIDGE LANE. 

BARNHILL. 

3 Lickley, Alexander, architect 

5 Campbell, Peter S. 
10 Macintosh, Misses M. and B. 

8 Thomson, Thos., consult, engr. 

6 Sunnybank — 
Mrs Jas. A. Braithwaite 

4 Russell, James, bank clerk 
2 Cameron, Donald, tailor 

BRIDGE STREET. 

BARNHILL. 

1 Kidd, Mrs Betsy A. 
Riverdale — 

William W. Beath, engineer 
St Kitts— 

Thomas Reavely, manager 

5 M'Farlane,EricG.,fishsalesman 

7 Patterson, Hugh 

»9 Birse, George C. 
8 Moir, George, grocer 

BRIGHT STREET. 

LOCHEK. 

17 Bell, Fred. J., mech. manager 
... M'Lean, Mrs E. 
... Menzies, Adam H., engineer 
19 M'Donald, Alex., manager 
21 Lees, Rev. John 

Harefield road here 

Tofthill here 
14 Anton, George, baker 
12 Lochee Baptist Church 
10 Rosemount — 

John L. Doig, chemist 
Dr Dorothy Doig 

6 Leitch, George 
... Hunt, Mrs J. C. 

... Beat, Harry H, cycle agent 
... M'Kay, James, frenchpolisher 



4 Geekie, ffm,, draper's assist. 

. . Anderson, David, sorting clerk 

.. Stott, James, grocer 

.. Ireland, Frederick G., fitter 

2 Fegen, Adam B., machineman 

. . Wilson, R. , j un. , frenchpolisher 

.. Robertson, David 

.. Wilson, Robt., frenchpolisher 

.. Morrison, Mrs William 

.. Cook, James S., yard inspector 

.. Lamond, Peter, joiner 

.. Falconer, James, joiner 

.. Dunbar, Robert, motordriver 

.. Marshall, Chas., frenchpolisher 

,. Ward, Mrs Agnes 

.. Cownie, Elizabeth 

BROOK STREET. 

WESTPORT. 

1 Inglis, David, grocer 

5 Paterson, John F., plumber 
7 Bonar, Peter, newsagent 

1 1 Wallace, Jas. M. , & Sons, bakers 

Session street here 
13 Cook, Mrs Mary, hardware mer. 
19 M'Leish, Arthur, newsagent 
21 Scott, James, shoemaker 
'l'i Farrell, James, pawnbroker 
29 Marshall, Mrs, bookseller 
31 Grady, James, waiter 
... Tully, Miss Bridget 
33 Third, Win., sewing machine 

agent 
35 Mochan, Miss Catherine, broker 
41 Anderson, R. B., radio dealer 
43 Robertson, Mrs Maria, waste 

merchant 
45 M'Taggart, Chas., tobacconist 
47 Soave, A., confectioner 

Blinshall street here 
49Watt, A. & R, coal merchants 
53 Martin, Jas. !S., motor engineer 
61 Cassidy, Joseph, millworker 
63 M'Donald, David S., butcher 
65 Dougan, Miss Catherine, grocer 
67 Walker, John, hairdresser 
71 Hall, Mrs Jessie, confectioner 
73 Drummoud, A., butcher 
77 Murray, Peter, broker 
81 Sardella, Angelo,fishrestaurnt. 

Horseivater wynd here 
85 Williamson, Miss Ann, confctr. 
87 M'Hugh, Edward, undertaker 
89 M'Mahon, Joseph, gasfitter 
... M'Lawrie, Mrs A., tobacconist 
. . . Lannen, Mrs Albert, spirit mer. 
91 Henderson, Wm. B., grocer 

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Brook street — continued 

133 Dunn, Mrs James, broker 

151 Waterston, Chris., fruiterer 

153 Schiavetta, A. , fish restaurateur 

157 Malloy, John J., wine mercht. 

159 Duncan, George, general dealer 

165 Hunt, Hugh, waste merchant 

167 Bradley, Henry, wine mercht. 
Milne's East wynd here 

173 Kennedy, Mrs Jessie, confectnr. 

177 Mann, Mrs L. , newsagent 

181 Cargill, Kennedy, & Co., ware- 
housemen 
Milne's West wynd here 
203 Victoria Spinning Co., Ltd., 
jutespinners 
Lower Plrasance here 
205 Fisher, Gillis, & Co., cabinet- 
maker 
Polepark road here 
Edward street here 
202 Walton Jute Works ; Jute 

Industries, Ltd., jutespinners 
200 Coyle, Charles, manager 
188 New City Loan Co. ; Misses Duff 
186 Wallace, Mrs Martha, confectr. 
184 Rossi, D. O., Italian ware- 
houseman 
180 Meadowside Butter Co. 

178 Hunt, Hugh, waste merchant 
176 Hunt, Mrs H, gent. 's wardrobe 

1 74 Donachey, Mrs E. , ladies' w'robe 

Walton street here 

Urquhart street here 
172 Johnston's Stores, Ltd., grocers 
170 Donaldson, D. H., hairdresser 

168 Cook, Charles, confectioner 

166 M'Mahon, Terence, billiard- 

room 
164 Walsh, Mrs, butcher 
162 Cumming, Thomas, grocer 

160 Short, Philip, millworker 

158 Hendry, John R., grocer 

156 Ponton, Miss J. , fish restauratr. 

154 Duncan, Samuel 

152 Caraway, John, boot repairer 
150 Macdonald, Douglas, butcher 
148 Fransen, Mrs Jane 

146 Cruickshank, John, newsagent 
140 Watson, Robt. , jun., spirit mer. 

Daniel street here 
138 Cook, David, grocer 
136 Robb, James, butcher 

134 M'Glone, Miss Helen, confectr 
132 Jones, Herbert F., chemist 
126 Barrie, George M., wine mer. 
124 Toner, Miss Mary, confectioner 
120 Jack, Thomas P.., baker 



Burnett street here 
118 M'Intosh, Angus, wine mercht. 
114 Mac Farlane, John, tobacconist 
112 How, George M., butcher 
108 Cassidy, Patrick, hairdresser 
104 M'Millan, Mrs Rachel, general 

dealer 
98 Dobbie, Andrew, draper 
96 Duncan, L. D. , spirit merchant 
92 Carrol, T., general broker 
88 Paterson, Miss Jean, grocer 
84 Henderson, Joseph, restaurant 
80 Gibson & Matthews, motor 

engineers 
76 O'Rourke, MrsM. , furniture dlr. 
70 Thomson's, Ltd. , launderers 

Blackness road here 
62 Clow, Charles Ewing, butcher 
60 Green, L., Catholic bookseller 
58 Wallace, Robert, calenderwkr. 
54 Low, William, fish restaurateur 
52 Reoch, Alexander T., chemist 
50 Hawkins, Albert, confectioner 

Hunter street here 
46 Duffy, Ernest H. , spirit mercht. 
44 Henderson, Joseph, gen. dealer 
40 Lynch, Donald D., undertaker 
30 Garrigan, Miss M. , babylinen 
26 Dunsmore, James S., spirit 

merchant 
24 Gordon, Mrs Margaret, grocer 
22 Reid, Miss Mary, confectioner 

6 Bennedetti, J., fish restaurateur 
4 Brady, Patrick, grocer 

2 M'Lawrie, Mrs Ann, tobac'nist 

BROOK STREET. 

BROUGHT Y FERRY. 

3 Smith, James B., confectioner 

7 Bissett, George, motordriver 
9 Nicoll, William, baker 

11 Mac Donald, Miss Annie 
13 Hayward, Mrs Helen E. 
15 Leslie, J. F. , ladies' hairdresser 
17 Jolliffe, R. H. J., manager 
19 Fisher, John W., bank teller 
33 Suttie, J. & P., joiners 
... Suttie, J. Miller, joiner 
39 Niven, James, traveller 
... Dye, John 

. . . Banks, Misses A. and J. 
... O'Doimell, Mrs 
... Mascall, Thomas, engineer 
. . Johnston, Harry, tool merchant 
49 Grieve, W. Stewart, accountant 
... Haxton, William 
... Mackay, Misses M. and E. 
... Mackay, Henry C, tea merch. 



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Sime, Mrs John 
Scott, Miss Ethel 
Saunders, William D. , traveller 
Deuchars, Mrs 
Johnston, James, chauffeur 
Spivey, John E., clerk 
Hunter, Frank, grocer 
Church street here 
Le Maistre, Phyllis, nurse 
Homewood — 
Barry Cuthill, baths engineer 

and manager 
Broughty Ferry Congregational 

Church 
Smelt, Mrs C. A. C. 
Crawford — 

Andrew B. Tawse, motor engr 
Broughty Ferry Y.M.C.A. 
Belford, John S., caretaker 
Gymnasium Hall 
Thomson, Eric, hairdresser 
Christie, Walter R. , engineer 
Employment Office ; James 

Johnston, branch manager 
Johnston, James, accountant 
Gordon, Alfred, newsagent 
Fraser, Mrs Joan 
Ferrier, J. L. , harbour worker 
Russell, Thomas, painter 
M'Kay, Mark J. S., engineer 
Isles, Mrs John Henderson 
Tait, M. , electrical engineer 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, 

Ltd. ; Andrew King, agent 
Coventry, Harry B., decorator 
Hood, Jas. S.,&Co., coalmers 
Tannahill, Miss M. H. 
Lothian, Alexander, baker 
Binny, Mrs Elizabeth 
Bryson, H. & A., costumiers 
Poustie, John, rtd. headmaster 
Norrie, W. C. , & Son, cabinet 

makers 
Norwell & Co., decorators 
Erslcine lane here 
Fort street here 
Smith & Beats, plumbers 
Mitchell, Arthur, licen. grocer 
Fairweather, Jas. , confectioner 
Burness, James, butcher 
Shepherd, John M., chemist 
Lowson, Thomas, florist 
Buttercup Dairy Co., Ltd. 
Bell, John R., draper 
Murray & Sons, plumbers 
Paton, Miss C. , children's out 

fitter 
Murray, D. B., ironmonger 



213 Bell, Charles C, agent 

... Smith, Alexander, bookbinder 
215 Dunnet, David, chemist 
217 Lawson, James, clerk 
219 M'Callum, Alexander, billiard- 
room proprietor 
221 Low, A., & Son, drapers 
225 Gow, John, cabinetmaker 
227 Freedman, Miss B., fruiterer 
229 Mackenzie, Miss M., outfitter 
231 Stuart, Helen, newsagent 
233 Cossar, Mrs James, tobacconist 
235 Harrow, William W., plumber 

... Harris, Mrs Elizabeth 
237 Morris, Alex., stationmaster 
239 Webster, Wm., housepainter 
245 Mackay, James, retired railway 

agent 
271 Macaulay & Co., poulterers 
273 Smith, Hood, & Co., Ltd., coal 

merchants 
275 Thomson, Eric, hairdresser 
277 Dorothy's, draper 

Gray street here 
285 Wilson, James, spirit merchant 
289 Smith, Ruth ven P., ironmonger 
293 Smith, R. Henderson, solicitor 
. . . Bro. Ferry Economic Bdg. Soc. ; 
R. Henderson Smith, secy. 
295 Johnson, G., hairdresser 
299 Morton, Archibald, butcher 
301 Glass, James S., wireworker 
327 Dundee Eastern Co-operative 

Society, Ltd., grocers 
329 Bonar, James, tailor 
... Anderson, John K., coal mercht. 
. . Young, Mrs Mary 
... Stuart, Miss Helen 
... Airth, James, railway clerk 
... Macrae, Daniel 
... Robertson, Andrew 
... Nicol, William, butcher 
... Ferrier, John, joiner 
... Tuite, Peter, riding master 
... Brown, Henry, wagon repairer 
... Cathro, William, joiner 
... Peddie, David, blacksmith 
... Ross, David, traveller 
... Airth, David, sen. 
329ADundee Eastern Co-operative 

Society, Ltd., boot stores 
331 Yule, Mrs I., confectioner 
333 Samson, Robert, joiner 

... Donald, Joseph, labourer 
337 Lindsay, James, grocer 
339 Johnstone, T., tailor 
341 Fraser, William C, builder 
. . . Soutar, George, railway worker 



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Brook street, B. Ferry — continued 
341 Dawson, Oswald 

... Pringle, Miss A. G., insurance 
agent 

... Hunt, John, ironturner 
343 Reid, William 
347 M'Naughton, Peter, accountant 
349 Smith, Miss M. 
361 Black, Edric N. , dental surgeon 
363 Kinnear, Peter, butcher 
383 Strachan, George, painter 

St Vincent street here 
391 Davidson, Miss Elizabeth 
393 M'Leod, Kenneth 
397 Sword, James, retired teacher 
401 Coullie, D. & W., joiners 
405 Ross, Mrs Jessie 
409 Thomson, Misses 
415 Guthrie, Mrs Mary 

Cross street here 
41oAReid, Mrs Eliz., apartments 
417 Shepherd, James 
435 Jolly, C. S., chemist 

... Paterson, James M., engineer 
437 Gregory, James N., traveller 

... Hardie, John A. 

... Anderson, John 
439 Sime, David S. 
441 Slidders, Mrs Mary 

... Dorward, Mrs Jean 

... Sives, William J., agent 
443 M'Pake, Michael 
447 Robertson. Mrs H. S. 
449 Gibson, Miss Mary, nurse 

... Nicholson, Mrs Catherine 
451 Brymer, Miss E. 
455 Reid, Mrs M. 
457 Ross, Allan, slater 

... Scott, George, builder 
459 Gallacher, Charles, chauffeur 
463 Duncan, Robert 
465 Kidd, George, relief agent 

... Murrison, Arthur, engineer 
467 Dick, John 

Walker street 
Ramage, Thomas M., engineer 
469 M'Gregor, Alex., grocer 
471 Robertson, UrsH., newsagent 

... Robertson, Andrew 
473 Anderson, William G. 
475 Moir, Miss 

... Fairweather, Miss 
477 Smith, Mrs 

... Mitchell, David, joiner 

Henderson, D. P. , car conductor 



485 Mackie, Mrs George 

487 Beattie, Miss Jessie, confectnr. 

491 Cathro, Wm., shoemaker 

493 Grant, Mrs Mary 

495 Davidson, George, manager 
497 Whitton, Mrs P. 

499 Ferguson, Robt. , tool specialist 

501 Butchart, Mrs M. 

503 Neave, Mrs J. M. 

505 Nixon, Frank H., small ware 
merchant 
Castle street here 
509 Sharp, A. S., assistant secy. 
511 Crawford, Thomas D., traveller 
513 Bain, Franklin C, clerk 
515 Nicoll, Gertrude 
519 Bruce, Robert M., tailor 

Esplanade here 
594 Arthur, Mrs H. T., tea-rooms 
586 M'Gregor, Alex., licensed grocer 

Castle street here 
560 Easson, Miss Marjory, confec- 
tioner 
554 Beattie, Miss Jessie, confectnr. 
550 Craig, William T., baker 
. . . Cant, Ernest, railway clerk 
... Robertson, Albert, joiner 
. . . Taylor, Miss Mary J. 
548 Henderson, Miss J. 
... Tolmie, Miss 
... Skinner, James 

504 Ramsay, George, potato mer- 

chant 
504AMTnroy, Donald O, clothier 

502 Robertson, John F., fitter 

500 Sturrock,DonaldM., electrician 

494 Jolly, James, joiner 
New road here 

492 Electric Station 

444 Dundee Corporation Gas Dept. , 

branch office and showrooms 

438 Gas Works house — John M. 

Smart, depute director of 

public assistance 

408 St Aidans Church 

St Vincent street here 
370 Grubb, George, blacksmith 
360 M'Donald, Wm. G., coachbldr. 
... Hendry, David, mason 
... Barlass, John 

... Lawson, William, motordriver 
... Roger, David, signalman 
352 Grant, Joseph, contractor 
344 Reid, Robert, coal merchant 
330 Blair, J. L., painter 



479 Beahan, Jas. , garage attendant: 328 Muir, Thomas, Son, & Patton, 



481 Balfour, Mrs J. 

483 Salton, Albert E., manager 



Ltd., coal merchants 
1 326 M'Lennan, James, blacksmith 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



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Meredith, C. , & Sons, cabtnikrs. 
Procter, Harry W., engineer 
Gamruie, Mrs, church-officer 
Grimmond, James, packer 
Duggins, James, baker 
Anderson, Robert, grocer 
Paton, Miss Eliza A. 
Forrest, Charlotte 
Sinclair, Mrs Jessie 
Brentnall, Jack, engineer 
Smith, J. F. , trawler master 
Garvie, William, baker 
M'Lennan, James, blacksmith 
Smith. James S., bank clerk 
Watson, David, plumber 
Rowan, Charles, head attendt. 
Walker, Mrs N., newsagent 
Royal Bank of Scotland ; 

Ai'thurB. Russell, agent 
Fairweather, Wm., fruiterer 
Ross, James, plumber 
Muir, Thomas, Son, <fc Patton, 
Ltd., coal merchants; Boyd 
M'Crae, agent 
Jack, George, tobacconist 
Gray street here 
Bank house — 

Andrew Aitken, banker 
Candow, Misses H. & D., con- 
fectioners 
Candow, David, traveller 
Munro, Alex. (Butchers), Ltd. 
Marions, ladies' outfitter 
Heggie, George, baker 
Harley & Sons, fruiterers 
Maekay, William 
Matheson, A. R., grocer 
Gray, John, & Son, butchers 
Dundee Pasteurised Milk Co., 

Ltd. 
Bowman, Alexander, printer 
Reid, James, grocer 
Murrison, Mrs Annie 
Bowman, James, printer 
Lornie, Archibald, mechanic 
Greenlees & Sons, shoemakers 
Dickson, James M., agricultural 

adviser 
Ray, James C. , manager 
Black, Mrs Alexander 
Scofield, David, hairdresser 
Kidd, Andrew G. , Ltd., bakers 
Maypole Dairy Co. 
Low, Wm., <fe Co., Ltd., grocers 
Graham, Donald, grocer 
Fraser, George, dentist 
Kinnear, Peter, butcher 
Gillies & Son, cabinetmakers 



Union street here 
180 M'Lean, Robert R., hosier 
178 Anderson, Wm., & Son, boot- 
makers 
176 Fairweather, James, fruiterer 
174 Erskine, Mrs Jessie, bootmaker 
172 Shaw, Miss H. M., confectioner 
170 Roy, Charles S., fruiterer 
168 Kidd, Mrs James A., butcher 

Fort street here 
156 Bell, James, salesman 
. . . Lowson, Miss M. G. , bootmaker 
... Duncan, A. H., joiner 
... Smith, Miss Mary 
... Gouch, Mrs J. 
154 Johnston, G. Forbes, chemist 

... Millar, Douglas F.. chemist 
152 Masonic Hall 

150 Shaw, Miss Margt. P., fruiterer 
146 Kane, Daniel, baker 

Brown street here 
134 Municipal buildings 

City Rates and Water Rates 

Office ; J. B. Thomson, city 

collector 

Dryden, J. R., rates collector 

Luke, William, pensions clerk 

132 District Police Office 

... Women Citizens' Institute 
114 Mann, Dr David 

Lawrence street here 
96 Buchanan, Dr Robert 
S6 Walker, Dr W. Noble 
Church street here 
West Church 
52 Angus, Rev. Walter C. S. 
26 Robertson, Mrs J. 
18 Young, MrsE. O., wine merck. 
16 Scott, James C. H., spirit mer- 
chant 
12 Slidders, James 
10 Cockerill, William, postman 
4 Beat, John, motor engineer 

BROUGHTY FERRY ROAD. 

83 Croll, Andrew L., coalmercht. 
Market street here 
Cattle Market 
99 Child Welfare Centre 
... Kilcraig — John D. Anderson, 

markets superintendent 
99AMair, Hugh, detention officer 
101 Macdonald, JohnL.,sackmanu- 
facturer 
Hood yards road here 
103 Roodyards Burving Ground 
105 Crichton, Mrs D. 
107 M'Corquodale, Miss E. 



218 STREET 

Broughty Ferry road — continued 
109 Crawford, Wm., spirit merch. 
Ill Millar, Andrew, journalist 
113 St Mary's Rest; Miss Morrison, 

matron 
127 Cliff cottage- 
Frederick Randall 
129a Watson, Geo., harbour porter 
129 Craigiecliff— Alex. M'Connach, 

cattledealer 
133 Dundee Orphan Institution ; 
James, A. Davidson, master 
135 Watson. Jas., harbour porter 
137 The Mount— Scott Fyfe 
137AFyfe, Scott, automobile engr. 
141 Davie, Mrs J. W., confectioner 
143 Langlands, David, cashier 
330 Tay Oilcake Works- 
Northern Agricultur. Co. , Ld. 

Doig, Andrew, coal merchant 

Cargill & Bennet, coal merchts. 
328 Baxter, Mrs George 
326 Wilson, Mrs I. 

Graigie avenue here 

Strips of Craig ie road here 
320 Morris, John, motor agent 
318 Baxter, James E., manager 
316 Forster, Wm. H. , manager 
314 Cochrane, Charles W., teacher 
312 Roseville— 

Alex. R. Lemon, seedsman 
310 Anderson, T. C, motor engnr. 
308 Imrie, Mrs Jessie 

... Imrie, Ames L., C.A. 
306 Crabbe, Geo. B. , shipping agt. 
304 Cunningham, Thomas 
302 Vine, R. H. , banker 
300 Maclean, Robt. G., auctioneer 
298 Kennedy, Frank, wine merch. 
296 Fleming, W. G., insur. inspctr 
294 Stott, Alexander J., journalist 
292 Edwards, John A., pilot 
290 Stiven, David, lecturer 
288 Laurie, Alexander 
2S6 Chaplain, David S. , manager 

Kinnordy terrace here 

Lunan terrace here 
276 M'Kirdy, William, foreman 
274 Whyte, David, engineer 
272 Robertson, John 

... Robertson, Mina, milliner 
270 Gairns, Robert 
268 Lornie, Miss Elizabeth 
266 Sorbie, Alex. O, instructor 

Noran avenue here 
264 Napier, John, salesman 
262 Blair, James A. , civil servant 
260 Robertson, David A., grocer 



DIRECTORY. 

258 Wilson, Miss Jessie 

256 Wilson, Wm. R., jute merchant 

254 Whyte, David 

252 Barnet, Mrs A. G. 

250 Mathieson, Mrs Charlotte 

248 Barr, George, manager 

246 Davidson, Mrs George 

244AMacdonald & Co., grocers 

244BMacdonald & Co., newsagents 

Greendykes road here 
242 Tulloch, Robert 
240 Nicholson, And. M., jeweller 
238 Singer, Mrs 
236 Wales, Miss Mary 
... M'Pherson, Mrs J. D. 
... M ' Pherson, ErnestD. G. ,teachr. 
... M'Pherson, Frank W., secy. 
234 Fergusbank — 

Miss J. C. Stocks 
William K. Stocks, valuator 
232 Stocks, Mrs Thomas C. 
230 M'Ara, Alex., coppersmith 
228 M'Donald, Robt., fish merchant 
226 Duncan, Miss 

Dalgleish road here 
Craigie terrace 
224 White, Miss Jemima 
222 Duncan, John 
220 Stout, John M., fishmonger 
218 Dargie, Andrew, city analyst 
216 Mathiesen, Mrs Christian V. 
214 Kerr, Rev. Robert 
212 Stewart, James, draper 
210 Alston, Miss M. 
208 Nicoll, Miss 
... Cuthbert, Miss 
... Hynd, Miss Agnes J. 
Mayfield place here 
206 Mayfield Hostel for Women 
Students — 
Miss M. Malloch, warden 
Thomas Wilkie, gardener 
204 Smith, Charles 
202 Paisley, Elliot, plumber's mer- 
chant 
Kenilworth avenue here 
Dalkeith road here 
200BRaeburn, James, baker 
200a Brown, Andrew 
200 Bellfield— Findlay Lesslie 
Dr Nona S. Lesslie 
Ellengowan drive here 
Thornbank terrace here 
192 Low, John, blacksmith 
190 Brady, James 

... Dryden, Alexander, tailor 
188 Bremner, Miss Georgina 
186 Williamson, Andrew K. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



219 



184 Hadden, Miss M., packer 
182 Gatherum, David, confectioner 

Springhill here 
178 Crawford, William, spirit mer. 
176 Keenan, MrsCath. F., fruiterer 
... Swan, James 

... Greig, Andrew, dockgateman 
174 Devaney, James, hairdresser 
172 Fox, Peter, fish restaurant 
166 Coutts, David, painter 
... Stewart, John, compositor 
... Dunn, George, lodgekeeper 
| ... Lambert, Mrs Lily 
164 Fraser, John, grocer 
162 Gilmour, Robert, boot repairer 
160 Ferguson, I. D., butcher 
158 Valenti, Antonio, confectioner 
156 Tares, Mrs William 

... Robertson, William, engineer 
154 Keenan, Mrs C. F., confectnr. 
152 Guild, Thomas, dairykeeper 
150 Backman, James, labourer 
144 Taylor, Mrs E. M., spirit mer. 
140 Moncur, John, carpenter 
... Brownlee, Goorge, sen. 
... Carson, Charles, engineer 
138 Johnston, Mrs Adam 

... Low, David, hacklemaker 
136 Grieve, Charles, jute stower 

... Grubb, Alex., foreman carter 
134 Henderson, M., greengrocer 
South Baffin street here 
98 M'Fee, William, newsagent 
96 Stott, John, grocer 
94 Marshall, David 
92 Manners, Miss M., stationer, 

and Sub-Post Office 
90 Manuers, George, P.O. assist'nt 
... Gowans, Charles S., sawyer 
... Spence, Alexander, baker 
88 Ingram, J. R., Ltd., bakers 
86 Alexander, David E.,shipjoiner 
Fen wick, Mrs Mary 
Bain, David, caulker 
Wilkie, William 
Pank hurst, Mrs H. 
Baxter, Mrs Jane, dairykeeper 
84 Stark, Thomas, harbour porter 
Cooper, William, joiner 
Robertson, Alexander, joiner 
Fowler, Archd., frenchpolisher 
82 Graham, Mrs J., draper 
80 Fenwick, Mrs E. 
... Kennedy, William D. 
... Kirkland, L. & V., drapers 
... Mackenzie, M. J., spirit mer. 
78 St Matthew's Church 
76 M'Farlane, Alfred, grocer 



74 Strachan, Alexander, tailor 
... Murray, John J. 
72 Stout's Fish and Egg Mart 
70 Coleman, Patrick, hairdresser 
68 Robertson, Alex., lied, grocer 

St Matthew street here 
64 Fair, Mrs Jane, wine merchant 
60 Thorn, John, butcher 
58 Isles, Miss Jessie, confectioner 
56 Nicholson, John, harbour porter 
54 Paladini, R. , fish restaurant 
50 Patrick, John, carpenter 
. . . Anderson, Wm. , brassfinisher 
... Thomson, Robt. A. G.,coalmer. 
48 Anderson, Thomas, hairdresser 
46 Gallazzi, A., confectioner 
42 Gordon, Jas., jun., confectioner 
40 Westfield Laundry, Ltd. 
38 Barclay, And. V. ,& Son, bakers 
36 Hutchison, Edward, hairdress'r 
... Mitchell, Chas. W., clubmaster 
34 Methven, Mrs Chas., fruiterer 
32 Kicol, Alex. B. B., shoemaker 
30 Alexander, Mrs Geo., stationer 
28 Lyall, Mrs David 
26 M'Lean, John D., undertaker 
24 Walker, David, & Son, butchers 
22 M'Kelvey, William, bootmaker 
20 Baxter, Mrs Jane, dairykeeper 
18 Kinloch, David P.,ironmoulder 
1 6 Hutchison. Robt. H. , hairdresser 
14 Bell, Harry, butchers' outfitter 
12 Dryden, Albert, chemist 
10 Inglis, Miss M., draper 

8 George, William 

6 Anton, Edwin G., spirit mer. 

2 Wallace Craigie Works; Wm. 
Halley & Sons, Ltd. , spinners 



BROWN STREET. 

WESTPORT. 

5 Robertson, John, factorywrkr. 
7 M'Mahon, Colin, confectioner 
15 St Andrew's R.C. School- 
Brother Chad, headmaster ; 
John Coleman, caretaker 
21 Chalmers, Robert 
Guthrie street here 
Douglas street here 
Rotunda Hall 
43 Arctic Leather Goods Co. , Ltd. 
71 Ward Chapel Welfare Hall 
60 Douglas Street Drill Hall 

Douglas street here 
56 Brown Street Factory ; Andrew 
Mitchell & Stewart, Ltd., 
sack manufacturers 



220 STREET 

Brown street — continued 
Miln street here 
40 Lansdowne Transport Co., con- 
tractors 
Guthrie street here 
8 Anderson, Alex., yarndresser 
2 Lowe, Mrs, midwife 
... Lowe, Jane R., furniture dealer 
... Lowe, Albert, furniture dealer 
... Robertson, W. S. 
... Low, James B., overseer 



BROWN STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

55 Nicoll, DaVid R. , coal mercht. 
59 Constable, Thomas, coal merch. 
... Robertson, Mrs M. , draper 
... Anderson, Mrs Margaret 
King street here 

71 Donaldson George 
79 Laburn, James, plasterer 
... Watt, Walter D. , motorhirer 

Long lane here 

91 Fire Station 
101 Peters, Alexander, police sergt. 
148 Peebles, Mrs M. 
144 Cruden, Mrs J. S. 
126 Macmaster, Mrs Elizabeth 

... Macmaster, Alex., hairdresser 
110 Salvation Army Hall 

74 Watt, Miss Margaret S. 

72 Rodger, William, plumber 
70 Hanton, David, cabinetmaker 
68 Sprunt, William, bleacher 
62 Beat, Ian, salesman 

King street here 
46 Wells, John, joiner 
44 Pattie, John, manager 
40 Lowson, James, church-officer 
38 Pringle, Miss J. M., teacher 
36 Thomson, Miss, nurse 
34 Findlay, Frederick 
32 Harris, Miss M. 
... Fyffe, Nicoll, fruiterer 
... Robb, David B., engineer 
... Johnston, Robert, gardener 
... Gall, Thomas, builder 

BROWN CONSTABLE STREET. 

CRESCENT STREET. 

7 M'Leish, Miss 

9 Barrie, William, art teacher 
... Adamson, John 
11 Wilkie, David 
13 Hutcheon, Miss Isabella 

Victoria street here 
15 Fraser, Mrs Alexina 
... Christie, Alex. , brassfinisher 



DIRECTORY. 

15 Merchant, Jas. L., blacksmith 

... Marshall, Mrs A. 

... Robertson, Harry S. 

... Keay, Alexander, pic tureframer 

... White, Nicholas, clerk 

17 Brymer, David, joiner 

... Lynch. John, musician 

. . . Dott, David S. 

... Mitchell, Mrs George 

... Salmond, William R. 

... Bruce, Alistair, fruiterer 

... Bruce, Misses, newsagents 

... Ellis, Norman, baker 

. . . Kennedy, Mrs Mary A. 
Lyon street here 

19 Lesslie, Wm. B., hairdresser 
Coull, Wm. C, master mariner 
Lawson, James, sculptor 
Robbie, George, carter 
M'Gill, Edward, painter 
Dick, James, fruiterer 
Arthur stone terrace here 
Wallace Foundry ; Urquhart 
Lindsay & Robertson Orchar, 
Ltd.. engineers 
Cowan street here 
14 George, Adam, machineman 
. . . Dewar, Mrs Helen 
... Rattray, Gordon, painter 
. . . M'Ewan, James, joiner 
... Tyndall, Charles, joiner 
... Cnisholm, Mrs William 
... Wilkinson, Arthur D., chauffeur 
... Hood, George, motordriver 
... Latto, Mrs 

... Robertson, James, glazier 
... Baxter, Peter, fireman 
... Dewar, William T., engineer 
12 Cumming, Miss 
... Ness, Elizabeth 
. . . Bly th, George, wagon examiner 

.. Muir, Alexander, constable 
... Small, William, carpenter 
... Longair, David, blacksmith 
10 Wills, George 
. . . Adams, Mrs Isabella 
... Kydd, Mrs Jane 
... Harvey, James, barman 
... Braid, Andrew, blacksmith 
... Ramsay, David, insurance agt. 

8 Chalmers, William L. , mechanic 
... Smith, Charles O., upholsterer 
... Murdoch, J. H., funeral director 
... Christie, Andrew, ironturner 
... Risk, John, foreman 
... Drummond, Alex., butcher 
... Drummond, William, butcher 
... Davie, James, attendant 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



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BRUCE ROAD. 

KINGSWAY, DOWNFIELD. 

1 Mill, Miss A. D. 

3 Fleming, William, butcher 

5 Willson, Walter S., chemist 

7 Robertson, Miss 
9 Dingwall, Mrs C. 

1 1 Guest, J oseph B. , photographer 

13 M'Laren, Mrs James 

15 Tullis, David T. , coal merchant 

17 Lin dean — 

G. Irvine Thomson, chiropodist 

19 Nicolson, Mrs Mary 
... Sinclair, Miss Kate 

21 Sinclair, George 

23 Black, Peter, stationer 

25 King, Alex. C, photographer 

27 Lund, Thomas E. , manager 

29 Fleming, Miss Annie 

3 1 Simond , Alex. L. , tailor's cutter 

33 Kinweb — 

James Webster, secretary 

35 Webster, A. B. , telegraphist 

37 Moug, Joseph 

39 Pulman, Mrs A. 

41 Powrie, Misses 

... Powrie, Andrew 0., chemist 

43 M'Farlane, William, clerk 
45 Lichtscheidel, Miss G. 

44 Rennie, Mrs Agnes 

42 Baxter, Miss Jane, buyer 

40 Thomson, David H. , compositor 

38 Mains, William, stereotyper 

36 Brown, David, clerk 

34 M'Intosh, J., motor mechanic 

32 Mndie, Mrs Annie 

30 Balnamoon — 

J. C. Tough, manufacturer 

28 Young, Miss Kate M. 

26 Chisholm, William 

24 Anderson, Alan Orr 

22 Fleming, Mrs Hugh 

... Sowerbutts, Geoffrey, account. 

20 Barbour, Mrs A. M. 

18 Robb, Frederick B., baker 

16 White, Thomas S., publisher 

14 Smith, Thomas, butcher 

12 Main, George, accountant 
10 Hodge, Andrew, law clerk 

8 Murray, William, blacksmith 

6 Horswell, Miss A. 

4 Stevenson, Jas., calenderwkr. 

2 Hart, John, clerk 

BRUCE STREET. 

KINGHORNE ROAD. 

1 Gow, Mrs James 

3 Bell, John, stevedore 



5 Larg, John, labourer 
... Smith, Miss Margaret, grocer 

7 Larg, Andrew, calenderworker 

9 Menzies, John, clerk 
... Petrie, A. W., clerk 
... Petrie, Harold A., solicitor 
... M'Laren, Alexander, tenter 
11 Dunn, Thomas, clerk 
. . . Robertson, Edward, stair-railer 
... Mearns, A., retired policeman 
... Middleton, J. R., clerk 
... Sime, David W., grocer 
... Whyte, Mrs 

13 M'Lean, Alex., & Son, grocers 
Hill street here 
Reid street here 
17 Haldane, John, chauffeur 
21 Brown, Alfred, overseer 
23 Stirton, Mrs Elizabeth 

25 Stewart, George, watchmaker 
27 Jackson, Mrs Catherine 

29 Robertson, Alexander, foreman 

31 Anderson, W. J., coachpainter 

33 Cuthbert, Miss 

35 Brown. Mrs Elizabeth 

37 Stott, Mrs M., newsagent 

39 Fryer, John, insurance inspctr. 

41 Carver, Robert M'C, salesman 
43 Clark, Andrew, overseer 

45 Flett, James, grocer 

47 Livingstone, Frank, joiner 

49 Muckersie, John, confectioner 

51 M'Ghee, John, collector 
53 Stewart, Daniel, teller 

Byron street here 

52 Cochrane, William, blacksmith 

50 MacDonald, P., fish restaurant 

48 Mitchell, Thomas, confectioner 

46 Littlejohn, David, collector 

42 Wishart, Mrs William 

40 Median, Mrs 

38 Wilson, John, engineman 
Fraser street here 
Burgess street here 

36 Brown, Alex. G.,busdriver 

34 M'Gee, Wm., foreman stamper 

32 Jack, R. L. R., boot repairer 

26 Stirton, Mrs Elizabeth 

BUCHANAN STREET. 

NOKTH ERSKINE STREET. 

13 Sturrock, Charles, millworker 
2 Walker, John, greenkeeper 
... Ramsay, Peter, tailor 
... Walker, Alexander, overseer 
... Edward, Mrs Annie 
... Watt, John, busdriver 
... Doig, William, joiner 



222 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



BURGESS STREET. 

MORTIMER STREET. 

Paterson, George S. , plumber 
Auehterlonie, John, motorhirer 
Whiteley, Edward, bot. brewer 
Munro, David, brassfinisher 
M'Rae, David, sewing machine 

dealer 
M'Rae, David L., jeweller 
Murphy, Miss Elizabeth, head- 
mistress 
Easson, A., miller 
Marshall, Alexander, draper 

BURN STREET. 

DOWNFIELD. 

Raitt, Mrs E. 
Raitt, John, painter 
Watson, James, headmaster 
Donald, Mrs Alfred 
Grant, James M., mechanic 
Hutton, Geo. M., chartd. C.E. 
MacKenzie, Mrs J. 
Lamb, William C., merchant 

BURNSIDE STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

St Mary's lane here 
Gray's lane here 
Whorterbank here 
Camperdown street here 
Boyle, William, general dealer 
Feeney, James, coal merchant 
Fleming, Miss Nellie 
Nicoll, James, bank agent 

BYRON CRESCENT. 

BYRON STREET. 

Ferguson, Robt. , electrical engr. 
Oldershaw, Thos., bricklayer 
Brown, Robert, postman 
Philip, David, engineer 
Yeaman, Mrs Helen 
Thomson, W. F., postman 
Hunter, David, clerk 
Anderson, Mrs Elizabeth 
M 'Queen, James, engineer 
Gegan, William P., traveller 
Davidson, Hugh, clerk 
Hay, John, tailor 
Marshall, J. 

Nicoll, Wm. G. , teacher of music 
Nicoll, Mrs, confectioner 
Watson, James A., press-room 

assistant 
Clinton, John, boot repairer 
Ramsay, Peter H., engineer 
Montgomery, R., stereotyper 



41 M'Naughton, Daniel, salesman 
43 Spalding, Robert, machineman 
45 Webster, Frank, overseer 
47 Clow, Charles Ewing, butcher 

Wetherby place here 
49 Neish, Nelson, joiner 
51 Milne, Charles, bootfinisher 
53 Robbie, John G., buyer 
55 White, Alexander, press artist 
57 Guy, Robert L., chairmaker 
61 M'Lachlan, Duncan 
63 Robb, Henry, traveller 
65 Young, James, electrician 
67 Goodwillie, Mrs Helen 
69 Martin, Ernest, fruiterer 
71 Millar, Alexander 

73 Cruickshanks, Geo., chauffeur 

75 Murray, Robert, foreman 

77 Hutcheson, John 

79 Fotheringham, W., shoemaker 

81 Adams, John, warehouseman 

83 Dow, Robert, frenchpolisher 

85 Hugh, John H., chauffeur 

87 Milne, Miss Margaret 

89 Irvine, George B.,busdriver 

91 Anderson, Wm., linoleum wkr. 
93 Robertson, David, store clerk 
95 Bennett, George, latbsplitter 
97 Roberts, Thomas 

99 Cameron, W. G., music teacher 
101 Cook, Robert, police inspector 
103 Bamsay, Edgar, secretary 
105 Thomson, G. M. ,teleph.enginr. 
107 Chalmers, James, printer 
109 Martin, Charles S. , constable 
111 Harris, James, traveller 
113 Dorward, Eric J., mechanic 
115 Jack, Wm. A., electrical engr. 
117 Hunter, Peter, goods clerk 
119 Cree, JohnB., traveller 

Harlow place here 
121 Malcolm, Henry, engineer 
123 Frith, Albert 
125 Souter, Miss N., printer's asst. 
127 Ward, Mrs 

129 Low, William M., traveller 
131 Hepburn, David, traveller 

92 Batchelor, Oliver, police sergt. 

90 Denchfield, Thos. , switchboard 

attendant 

88 Sharp, George, labourer 

86 Cameron, John, clerk 

84 Reid, George T. , press artist 

82 Quinn, John, warehouseman 

80 Hutton, William, constable 

78 Taylor, William R., engineer 

76 Devlin, Edward, boilermaker 

74 Green, John, constable 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



223 



72 Anderson, C. B., newsagent 

70 Bell, Misses 

68 Duiiin, J ames, process engraver 

66 Raith, John, constable 

64 Stormont, Miss Elspeth, typist 

62 Slaven, Miss Jeannie, teacher 

60 Herald, Mrs W. 

58 Macqueen, Mrs A. 

56 Buttenshaw, John, shipkeeper 

54 Mackenzie, Jas. K. , draghtsmn. 

52 Cook, William, clerk 

50 Brow, William, police constable 

48 Keay, Stephen, taxidriver 
46 Watt, Miss I. J. 

44 Whittet, Edw.Y., lithographer 
42 Baxter, Mrs Agnes, confectnr. 
40 Murray, John 
38 Merry, James 
36 Robertson, William, grocer 
34 Dick, Alfred, butcher 
32 Turubull, James, traveller 
30 Lockhart, David, butcher 
28 Fairweather, A., baker 
26 Clayton, Ernest, shop assistant 
24 Darch, Arthur, busdriver 
22 Dalgetty, George, mechanic 
20 Coupar, Mrs Janet 
18 Walker, Mrs Henry 
16 Carroll, Mrs Elizabeth 
14 Ness, W 7 iliiam, foreman 
12 Robertson, Thomas, engineer 
10 Dodds, James, chauffeur 
8 Gordon, George, constable 
6 Smith, Colin, titter 
4 Philip, David, blacksmith 
2 Fergusson, John M., salesman 

BYRON STREET. 

DERBY STREET. 

SS. Peter and Paul School- 
Joseph P. Robb, headmaster 
WilliamRobertson, caretaker 
SS. Peter and Paul R.G. Church 
Very Rev. John Canon Roche 
Rev. Edward Dempsey 
Rev. Hugh Brady 
43 Wright, Arthur, dyer 
45 Dewar, James W., mechanic 

49 Hay, Peter M., manager 
51 Docherty, Francis 

53 Higgins, Peter, millworker 
... Morrison, Alex., blacksmith 
55 Bannon. B., plater 
... Monro, Robert, firewood mer. 
57 Wilson, Wm. D., motordriver 
59 Scott, David, boot repairer 
... Imrie, John, coal salesman 
61 Walls, James, sawyer 



Byron crescent here 
71 M'Leod, Alex., police sergt. 
73 Magill, Francis, bookbinder 
75 Marnie, Harry, electrician 
77 Richardson, Robert, engineer 
79 Steele, James, ironturner 
81 Morrison, Mrs John 
83 Macfarlane, John, chauffeur 
85 Mulligan, John, overseer 
87 Norrie, John, compositor 
89 Myers, R. B., milk salesman 
91 Nisbet, Peter J . ,lieut. -qrmastr. 
93 Stuart, William, cabinetmaker 
95 Clark, Charles, photographer 
97 Hutcheson, Lawrence, grocer 
99 Wellwood, Oliver, salesman 
101 Leitch, Donald, guard 
103 Anderson, William, upholsterer 
105 Gillespie, James N.,insur. agt. 
107 Henderson, Thomas, clerk 
109 Derby, Adam, gasworker 
111 Duncan, John, dyer 
113 Anderson, Stanley, manager 
115 M'Laugblan, Thomas, clerk 
117 Morton, Stewart, overseer 
119 Crammond, James, porter 
121 Anderson, Randolph, manager 
123 Sturrock, John J., fish mercht. 
125 M 'Donald, John, headmaster 
127 Henderson, James, police sergt. 
129 Taylor, Simon, police inspector 
131 Hendry, A., traveller 
133 Clowe, George 
135 Carrie, M., coal merchant 
137 Edwards, Mrs William 
139 Carrie, Mrs David 
147 Gillespie, Alfred B., clerk 

149 Macgregor, John, compositor 
151 Roy, Thomas, clerk 

153 Cuthill, William, confectioner 
155 Duncan, Thomas, overseer 
157 Wills, Mrs Robert 

Byron crescent here 
159 Grewar, Charles J., chauffeur 
161 Douglas, William, clerk 
163 Harvey, Mrs William 
165 Caldwell, Mrs Alexander 
167 Stewart, Neil, railway guard 
169 Syme, James, civil servant 
171 Keir, David, carter 
173 Robertson, R. H, traveller 
175 Macnab, Colin, restaurateur 
177 Milne, James, motordriver 
179 Gardiner, James C., outfitter 
181 Stalker, William, clerk 

Brantwood avenue here 

150 Mackie, James L. , architect 
... Raeburn, George, baker 



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Byron street — continued 

148 Ferguson, David, enginedriver 

... Sime, Miss Sarah, teacher 
146 Cumming, Charles, provision 
merchant 
.., Baird, Mrs Agnes 
144 Gourlay, Peter S. , butcher 
142 Carlyle, George, railway clerk 
140 Gorrie, David F., marine engr. 
138 Scott, William L. , mechanic 
136 Grant, David, upholsterer 
134 M'Dougall, Thomas, plumber 
132 Taylor, Miss Catherine 
130 Jack, John, porter 
126 Murray, John, overseer 
124 Towns, Malcolm, water iusptr. 
122 Ballingall, Andrew, traveller 
120 Ferrie, John, overseer 
118 Anderson, Mrs Margaret 
114 Scott, Alex., windowdresser 

Kinpurnie place here 
112 Reilly, Bernard, busdriver 
110 Bisset, John, enginedriver 
106 Smith, Geo. K., cabinetmaker 
104 Beats, Mrs Mabel 
102 Adam, Mrs James 
100 Angus, James, baker 
98 Coogan, Mrs Mary 
96 Lawton Reservoir — John A. 

Robertson, water inspector 
74 Findlay, Thomas, storekeeper 
... Farley, James, insurance agent 
72 Millar, John, labourer 
70 Bowick, David, enginedriver 
68 Greig, William, tenter 
66 Dodds, David, fireplace builder 
62 Fair weather, William, baker 
60 Scott, Mrs Catherine 
58 Fairweather, William, grocer 

Lawton road here 
56 Wright, Jonn, labourer 
54 Johnstone, William, mason 
52 Stewart, John, millworker 
50 Dailly, John, tailor 
48 Robins, Patrick, calenderwrkr. 
46 Mone, Robert, millworker 
... Harris, Alexander 
44 Hargetten, Thomas, carter 
42 Duncan, Douglas, upholsterer 
28 Fitchet, George, dairyman 
26 Saggar, Dr Jainti Dass 

Leng street here 
24 Johnston, Joseph, slater 
22 Berry, Mrs Margt. , dressmaker 
20 Hassall, William, manager 
18 Wilkinson, Harold, teacher 

Mortimer street here 
16 Rylett, Percy, clerk 



grocer 
clerk 



14 Young, Miss Janet 

12 M 'Car ten, Mrs William 
10 Bruce, Charles M., assistant 
superintendent 

8 M'Intosh, David R. 
... M'Intosh, James G.. 

6 Robertson, James 

4 Duncan, Harry, tea merchant 

2 Alexander, Thomas, constable 

CAIRD AVENUE. 

STRATHMARTINE ROAD. 

S. Martin's Episcopal School 
Marry at street here 
U.F. Church of Scotland 

15 May, Hugh, labourer 

... Coughlin, Jas. , windowcleaner 
... M'Ewan, Joseph 

17 Soutar, Wm., linoleum worker 

19 Cochrane, Wm., jun., coal mer. 

21 Walker, Alexander, musician 
.. Black, William, millworker 

23 Angus, John, labourer 
... M'Intosh, Robert, millworker 
25 Archibald, James, fireman 
... Young, Peter, frenchpolisher 
... Young, Fergus, cabinetmaker 
27 Conway, William, motordriver 
... Queen, Peter, gardener 
29 Wallace, J. M. , & Sons, bakers 
31 Potts, James S. , butcher 
33 Allan, Alexander, newsagent 
35 Cabrelli, David, restaurateur 
Dundee Eastern Co-operative 
Society, Ltd., grocers 

22 Robertson, John, hacklepolisher 

20 Hutchison, Daniel, dyer 

18 Gibson, Mrs Mary 
Hepburn street here 

16 Laing, William, enginedriver 
14 Kennedy, James, boot repairer 
... Stewart, Alexander, flax dresser 
... Jackson, Thomas, plater 

12 Whitelaw,Nor. A, hammerman 
... Keddie, Philip, motordriver 

Wedderbum street here 
10 Paterson, James P. , oilproofer 
... Merchant, Geo. , warehouseman 
... Finlay, William, traveller 

5 Brooks, Thos., calenderworker 
... Jackson, John, yarndresser 

CAIRD TERRACE. 

CI.EPINGTON ROAD. 

1 Craigie, Mrs Mary J. 

... Dick, Konald, coppersmith 

... Linton, Hercules, riveter 

3 Strachan, Mrs Janet 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



225 



3 King, David, boot repairer 
... Skelly, William 

4 Scott, Jas. P. , calenderworker 

2 M'Naughton, Hugh, labourer 
... Tardito, Patrick, cattledrover 

Hepburn street here 

CALDRUM STREET. 

MAIN STREET. 

3 Miller, Thos. , potted meat mnf r. 
7 Miller, John R., organbuilder 

17 Beedie, Alex., chimneysweep 

21 Coupar, Thomas, butcher 

29 Fraser, John, furniture dealer 

37 Smith, Miss Margt., confectnr. 

41 Millar, John 

45 Bruce, Malcolm M., spirit mer. 

49 Bruce, Miss Anna 

53 Gray, John, butcher 

... Hoskins, Alexander, tinsmith 

... Strachan.D.R. &T.,gillmakers 

63 Mann, Mrs Isobel, hairdresser 

67 Fowler, George, bootmaker 

69 Simmons, John, calenderwork'r 

73 Mortali, Antonio, confectioner 
75 M'Kenzie, Donald G. M., lie. 

grocer 
Main street here 
106 Doel, Wm. H., frenchpolisher 
104 Bickerstaff, Peter, jute batcher 
... Wallace, John 
90 Wilson, John, grocer 
86 Logan, Mrs May, dining-rooms 
Main street here 

74 Brown, Mary 

72 Bennedetti, B., restaurateur 

70 Watson, George, dyer 
62 Linn, Mrs William 

50 Public Baths & Washinghouse 
. . . Children's Clinic 
48 Tosh, Alexander, dairykeeper 
44 M'Laren, Alex., dyeworker 
... Reynolds, Patrick, carter 
38 Crichton, Mrs Charles 
... Watson, John, manager 
... Fraser, Mrs Martha 
34 Cochrane, Charles, grocer 
32AFitzgerald, Mrs Mary Ann 
... Fraser, John, furniture dealer 
... Monro, Robert, firewood mer. 
32 Fitchet, Chas. , jun. , coalmerch. 
26 Ramsay, Mrs C, confectioner 
22 Brewster, C. S., confectioner 
20AHay, James, furniture dealer 
18ABaird, John W., shop assistant 
18 <idadstone,Wm. E., railwayman 
... Whyte, Robert, chauffeur 
14 Brady, James, spirit merchant 
13 



4 Hume, David, tailor 

2 King, William, newsagent 

CAMBRIDGE STREET. 

OXFORD STREET. 

1 Dick, William M., merchant 

3 St Anne's — 

Chas. L. Fraser, telegraphist 

4 Peden, C. M. , coml. traveller 

2 Peden, Miss M. M. 
... Kerwin, Mrs A. M. 

CAMPBELL STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

5 Duffy, Mrs John, confectioner 
7 Kennedy, James, dyer 

9 Kemp, James, ironmoulder 
13 Orchiston, Dempster, baker 
15 Robertson, Daw, garage attdnt. 
21 Stuart, Colin, carter 
23 Taylor, Alex., coaldealer 
... Donald, Alex., stencil cutter 
25 Whitton, Andrew, tenter 
... Skene, Thomas, tenter 
... Ross, David, bobbinmaker 
27 Inglis, James, engineer 
... Craig, Alfred, iron turner 
... Fowler, David, guard 

Gardner street here 
66 Allan, William, dispatcher 
64 Webster, Charles C, clerk 
62 Welsh, Miss J. H. , clerkess 
60 Lunan, Alex., ironmoulder 
58 Fowler, George, clerk 
56 Tyrrell, Joseph, headmaster 
54 Kippen, John, sanitary inspctr. 
52 Pattison, James, police supt. 
50 Stratton, James, clerk of works 
48 Forbes, Norman E., ship, clerk 
46 Smith, Mrs Elizabeth 
44 Kinnear, Thomas L. , sanitary 

inspector 
42 Mackenzie, William, compositor 
40 Reid, William R., manager 
38 Bruce, Mrs Elizabeth 
36 Crighton, Edward 

Gardner street here 
34 Whyte, Samuel 
32 Winter, Charles, warehouseman 
... Maynard, Peter, constable 
28 Wylie, Miss A., confectioner 
26 Picton, Joseph, lodgekeeper 

Fullarton street here 
22 Campbell Street Mission 
14 Milne, James 
10 Milne, William, motordriver 
8 Morrison, John 
4 Mitchell, John, slater 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



CAMPERDOWN ROAD. 



DOWNFIELD. 

1 Cramond, John C, hardware 
merchant 

3 Campbell, William, sub-agent 

5 Smith, William, plumber 

7 Black, Miss K. 

9 Cook, Miss Eva, teacher 
11 Neill, Arthur, weights insptr. 
13 Clark, David 

15 Anderson, Miss A. .confectioner 
17 Strachan, Alexander, builder 
19 Brookside — 

John M'Donald, manager 
21 Fisher, John S. 
23 Gillespie, Wm., superintendent 



CAMPERDOWN STREET— East. 

King George Wharf 

Melville, Dunn, & Co., timber 

merchants 
Briggs, William, & Son, Ltd., 

tar distillation works 
Caledon Shipbuilding and En- 
gineering Co., Limited 
Lindsay & Low, Ltd., preserve 

manufacturers 
Eastern Wharves 
Stannergate road 
Inglis, J. T., & Sons, Ltd., 
waterproof covermakers 
Fleming, A. B. , & Co. , Ltd. , oil 

merchants 
Corporation Electric Power 
Station ; Peter Philip, supt. 
Dundee Cattle Wharf 
Fish dock 

Dundee Fish Market 
Cameron & M'Farlane, Ltd., 

fish salesmen 
Den Fishing Co., Ltd. ; J. 
Grafton Lawson & Co., 
secretaries 
Dundee Fishing Co. ; Wm. 

D. M'Farlane, secretary 
High, William, fish salesman 
Coull, James, & Sons, fish- 

curers 
Shepherd, C, fishcurer 
M'Glashan & Brown, haulage 
contractors 
Stannergate Shipyard ; Caledon 
Shipbuilding and Engineering 
Co., Ltd. 
Briggs, William, & Son, Ltd., 

asphalte manufacturers 
Whyte Brothers, contractors 



British Oxygen Co., Ltd. 
Smith, A. M., & Co. , oil refiners 
Dunn, Joseph, contractor 
Moore Brothers, contractors 
Stuart, James, motor engineer 

CAMPERDOWN STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Young, G. H., buyer 

3 Elmview — Miss Alice Edwards 

Seafield road here 
15 Westbourne house— 
Dr W. A. Robertson 

19 Cook, James R. 

21 Morrison, Colin, headmaster 

23 Farquharson, Misses I. and K. 
Hurley street here 

25 Beedie, John, woodturner 

27 MacDonald, John F. 
29 Campbell, J. D., clerk 

31 Stewart, Miss Florence L. M, 

33 Conn, Rev. J. C. 

35 Benora — 

E. S. Kennedy, merchant 
37 Cambus lodge — 

Grant Barclay, shipbuilder 
39 Taylor, Mrs George C. 

Fort street here 
42 Sturrock, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Bruce, William 
... Stewart, D. H. L., stationer 

36 Shepherd, G. D. B., architect 

34 Earleville-Mrs Malloch 

32 Earle house — Miss E. Miller 

28 Embden house — 

John E. M'Intyre, C.A. 

24 Blackwood, Mrs George 

22 Watson, James, teacher 

20 Tayna— Miss E. A. M'Intyre 
Church street here 

Grove Academy — 
James Taylor, rector 
William M'Lellan, caretaker 
14 Dalziel, James, shoemaker 
12 Kydd, Charles, engineer 
10 Ferguson, Mrs A. M. 
8 Edwards, D. & W., aerated 

water manufacturers 
.. Clark, James, joiner 
.. Mackay, Mrs J. B. 
.. Fairweather, James, traveller 
.. Walker, William, vanman 
.. Ritchie, Charles, joiner 
.. Dunn, David, clerk 
. . Edwards, James, manufacturer 
.. Keith, Alfred W. C. 
.. Whyte, Miss E. 
6 Stewart, Mrs Margaret 



STREET 
CAMPERDOWN STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

Moir, Alex., licensed grocer 
Wooler, J. & A., coal mers. 
Wooler, John, coal merchant 
Keir, William, machineman 
Robertson, Wm., church-officer 



CAMPFIELD ROAD. 

BKOUGHTY FERRY. 

Alexander, John B., engineer 
Cairncross, Arthur F. 
Forbes, Alexander R., shipping 

clerk 
Johnstone, John, shipmaster 
Thorns, J. Maxwell^ insurance 

official 
Anderson, E. L., bootmaker 
Morrison, James H. 
Milne, Mrs 
Suttie, J. M. 
Suttie, Thomas B. , manager 



51 



CAMPHILL ROAD. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

Annfield house — George Ure 
Thomson, timber agent 

Beath, Harry W., engineer 

Ritchie, Edward J., provision 
merchant 

Robertson, James S., clothier 

Watson, Miss 

Malone, Thomas, bootmaker 

Graham, Kenneth M.,insur. sec. 

Duncan, Patrick J., merchant 

Somerville house — 
W. L. Moncur, solicitor 

Hood, Mrs James S. 

Chalmers, Harry M. , merchant 

Muir, James W., resident secy, 

Maryfield road here 

Scott, David, ironturner 

Deuchars, James, gardener 

Dick street 
Brown, Rev. T. D. Stewart 
Barrie, A. Y., chemist 
Dykes, John F. , insurance agt 
Innes, Alex. , retired teacher 
Laurelgrove — 
E. H. Dick, insurance official 

Irvine, Mrs 

Robertson, Archibald, director 

Winter, David 

Smith, Robert 

Feathers, J. Murray 

Stewart, John 
Whinnybrae here 

Philip, Mrs J. R. 



DIRECTORY. 227 

Panmure street here 

Castleroy road here 
61 Camphill lodge — 

David Doig, merchant 
63 Slater, James, jun. , clerk 
... Neilson, Lawrence, gardener 
65 David, John L., yarn merchant 

67 Birkelund— 
A. G. A. Goudie, asphalte 

manufacturer 
Alexander Mackie, gardener 

73 Gibson, James, draper 

75 Luis, Mrs Ian 
77 Aitken, James A., inspr. of taxes 

Holly road here 
79 Invergarth — 

Robert Kinnison.insur. broker 

Addison road here 

Campjield road here 
83 Lawson, Edward, artist 

85 Gardyne, Miss 

87 Robertson, Miss 
93 Roberts, James A., jun., joiner 
95 M'Dougall, Miss J., teacher 
97 Henderson, W. M. 
99 Ellis, James C. 

101 Willowbank— 

Robert S. Boyd, shipmaster 
103 Findlay, J. D., ironmonger 
105 M'Lean, Robert R., hatter 
107 Crabb, Hew 
109 Ellis, D. L., clerk 
Abertay street here 
Broughty Curling Club Pond 
90 Camphill Dairy— 

Robert Robertson, dairyman 

88 Kidd, David A., painter 

86 Smith, A. W., insurance mgr. 
SO Oliphant, William R., gardener 

76 TheBughties— 
George Bonar, manufacturer 

74 Knowles, David C, chauffeur 
70 Nethercrag — 

D. M'Intyre, solicitor 

68 Cairns, Rev. Frank 
Blighties road here 
Panmure street here 

60 Marshall, C. H., merchant 
58 Kinrockat — Edw. Y. Napier, 

provision merchant 
56 Calder, Mrs N. E. 
54 Cairnie — ■ 

D. P. Batchelor, secretary 

Alex. D. Batchelor, china mer- 
chant 
42 Craig- Gowan — Mrs L. M. C. 

Milne, boarding-house 

F. Miles, manager 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



Camphill road — continued 

Whinnybrae here, 
40 Johnson, Mrs, boarding-house 
34 Martin, Thomas, confectioner 
32 Forbes, John 
30 M 'Leod, Mrs Alexander 
28 Balcairn — 

George Fairweather Smith 
26 Taylor, Mrs Florence 
24 M'Leod, Angus," painter 
20 Lennie, Charles D. 

Hermitage road here 
18 West St Margarets— 

T. K. Douglas, solicitor 
. . . East St Margarets — 

James Laird, wine merchant 
16 Wallace, Mrs David 

Gray street here 
14 Morgan, Charles, postman 
6 Wallace, William, postman 

2 Stewart, C. M., overseer 

CANDLE LANE. 

SEAGATE. 

(One way street — Northwards) 

3 Whitbreadfe Co., Ltd., brewers 
13 Ralli Bros., jute sample ware- 
house 

Seamen's Chapel 
48 Currie & Co., Ltd., building 

trade merchants 
44 Hutton & Sons, sack merchants 
42 Gray, Dunn, & Co., Ltd. 

Bonded Warehouse No. 4 
10 Watson, James, & Co., Ltd., 

whisky merchants 
... Gow & Ross, Ltd., whisky 

merchants 
... Baxter, C R., & Co., Ltd., 

whisky merchants 

CANNING STREET. 

STRATHMARTINE ROAD. 

1 Rae, Robert, manager 
... Wright, Arthur, dyer 
... Wright, Miss C, draper 
... Reid, Miss A. 
... Fraser, Tom, organist 
... Fraser, James, caretaker 
... Myles, William, radio dealer 

3 Leslie, Dr Victoria R. L. 
... Forsyth, R. S., tailor 
... Taylor, Helen, dairykeeper 
... Anderson, William 
. . . Gillon, Miss Mary, confectioner 

5 Russell, Sydney, dental mech. 
... Duncan, James, clerk 
... Small, Robert Y. 



5 White, James, turner 

7 Fiddes, James H., cardriver 
... White, George, confectioner 
... Walker, Peter 

... M'Intyre, James 
... Myles, Mrs Jane 
9 Stuart, William, cabinetmaker 
... Doig, Alfred, coal merchant 
15 Carroll, Patrick 
17 Cole, Richard, storekeeper 
19 Davidson, William, labourer 
21 Reid, James, gardener 

8 Mann, Robert, foreman 
... Nicoll, Mrs Mary 

6 M'Donald, Mrs J. 

4 M'Conville, Mrs Mary 

... Jones, Mrs C, newsagent 
Hastings place here 
Butterburn Public School 

CARDEAN STREET. 

ALBERT STREET. 

IaGow, Stella, ladies' hairdresser 

1 Ford, Mrs John 
. . . Ford, Miss Margaret, typist 

3 Grant, James 

... Grant, Alexander D., engineer 
... Small, A., grocer 
... Urquhart, Daniel, clerk 

5 John, Mrs C. 

7 White, William, ironturner 
... Dundas, William D., plumber 
... M'Gregor, David, riveter 

... Leslie, Alex. , linotype operator 
... Gold, Charles S., coachpainter 

9 Peebles, James, slater 
... Bruce, Miss Helen 

... Kerr, James, furrier 

... Ireland, John, policeman 

. . . Martin, Ian A. , police constable 

... Ross, James, hairdresser 

11 Hunter, David, hammerman 

... Ramsay, John 

... Blair, James, guard 

... Jackson, Miss Evelyn 

... Kiddie, Alexander, vanman 

13 Hutcheson, William, grocer 

... Hepburn, David, caretaker 

... Anderson, Miss Bella J. 

... Prain, Arthur, coal salesman 

. . . Jolly, John, gasworker 

8 Cowper, Mrs 

... Rollo, Dougall, foreman 

... Ross, John, plumber 

... Davidson, Miss Ann 

... Anderson, James E., blacksmith 

... Inglis, Miss M. , confectioner 

6 Winton, David B., grain mer. 



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229 



6 Mitchell, James, plumber 

. Craig, Miss Isabella 

. Mill, Miss 

. Walker, Mrs James 

. Wilson, Mrs Elizabeth 

. Robertson, Robert, clerk 

. Henderson, John, labourer 

2 Gibson & Dargie, builders 

. . . Robertson, Alex. , coalmerchant 

CARLOCHIE PLACE. 

CRAIGIE AVENUE. 

4 Russell, John, motor mechanic 

6 Crabb, Joseph 

8 Kennedy, Donald, gardener 
10 Murray, Thos.W. D., traveller 
12 Esplin, John C. , clerk 
14 Livie, William 
16 Calder, Charles 
18 Russell, Richard H., traveller 
20 Ross, John, manager 
22 Wilkie, Mrs Mary 
24 Cameron, James M., clerk 
26 M 'In tyre, Peter 
28 Lyall, George H., salesman 
30 Murray, George, joiner 
32 Burford, Arthur, boilercapper 
34 M'Donald, John, cook 
36 Black, James A., foreman 
38 Philip, Thos. E. S., coppersmith 
Graigie avenue here 
Gannochie terrace here 
Greendylces road here 
40 Lowdon, James N. , stereoty per 
42 Black, Robert, plater 
44 Campbell, Harry, garage mngr. 
46 Stamper, Stanley, compositor 
48 Archibald, Norman 
50 Maclntyre, J. W. A., foreman 
52 Beat, Frank, joiner 
54 MacLeay, David S.K., advertis- 
ing manager 
Auchrannie terrace here 
56 M 'Keith, Charles 
58 Whamond, George, compositor 
60 Johnston, William, labourer 
62 Scott, James, clerk 
64 Nicholson, Miss Annie 
66 Macphail, Miss S. L. 

Graigie avenue here 
68 Alleway, Charles C. , electrical 

engineer 
70 Hughes, J. W., cinema manager 
72 Grant, Richard, stevedore 
74 Robertson, William, clerk 
76 Stanford, Mrs E., restaurateur 
78 Smith, W.Campbell, ironmngr. 
Lunan terrace here 



80 Dutch, George C, clerk 
82 Kennedy, Charles, plater 
84 Aitken, George, clerk 
88 M'Donald, George, contractor 
90 Watson, Mrs Maggie 

CARMICHAEL STREET. 

STIRLING STREET. 

1 Ritchie, Mrs Annie 

3 Addison, Charles J., designer 

5 Masson, Mrs C. 

7 Thomson, Mrs 
Stirling terrace here 
Macaxday street here 

11 Kitchin, John J., teacher 

13 Carnegie, Robert, ironmoulder 
40 Gordon, Alexander 

38 Clark, Robert, dyer 

... Christie, Mrs Margaret 
36 Lindsay, Alexander, fireman 
30 Shepherd, Peter, raily. porter 
28 Birse, Robert, collector 

26 Denman. Sidney R., grocer 
Kinloch street here 

24 Kidd, Andrew G., Ltd., bakers 
22 Burns, Lawrence, railway wkr. 
20 Kilgour, David 

18 Hutton, Alex., ironmoulder 
16 Sturrock, Thos. L. , calenderer 

12 Chalmers, GilbertR., dairyman 

8 Turner, Mrs 

6 Blackery, James, labourer 

4 Jack, Mrs R. 

2 Teney, Miss Mary, confectioner 

CARNEGIE STREET. 

MAXWELLTOWN. 

5 Ettle, James F. , coal merchant 
2lA01iver, Olivo, restaurateur 

25 Latto, Mrs J. , grocer 

27 Ireland, Mrs J. , fish restaurant 
33 Sherriffs, William, slater 
33^Smith, Wm. P. R., newsagent 

39 Dundee Social Union Hall 

55 Armstrong, Mrs I. , dairykeeper 

57 Keelan, Miss Betsy 

62 M'Kenzie, Robert, foreman 

60 Sawers, David H., labourer 

44 Downton, Ernest 

36 Fawns, Mrs G., hairdresser 

26 Stenson, Wm., & Sons, plast'ers 
22 Sharp, D. , & Sons, builders 

8 Reilly, George, hairdresser 

CASTLE STREET. 

HIGH STREET. 

1 Speedie, Peter, tobacconist 

3 Lindsay's, photo, chemist 



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Castle street— continued 

5 Dunbar, Thomas S., clothier 
21 Lawleys, Ltd., china merchants 
23 Sturrock, Alexander, solicitor 
... Dear, Mrs Richard 
... O'Shea, Leo, traveller 
... Adam, Robert 
. . . Wright, Mrs, apartments 
. . . Watson, Mrs Nina, apartments 

25 Delaney, Wm., spirit merchant 

27 Caird Hall 

29 Stephen, George, & Son, Ltd., 
ironmongers 

31 Clark, D. It., & Son, printers 
Doig's court here 

3lALowson, Christophers., assist 

ant council officer 
... MacMillan, John, caretaker 

33 Hutchison, Duncan, spirit mer 
46 Philip, Miss Jane 

. . . Begbie, Miss Jessie, apartments 
... Lyall, Chris., sheriff-officer 
. . . Lyall, Chris. , jun. , sheriff- officer 
44 Sutherland, John W.,confeetr. 
42 Sutherland, John W., tobacnst. 
38 Strachan, Laurance W., jewlr, 
36 Stewart, Alex., & Son of Dundee 
(1924), Ltd., distillers 

34 Whittet, Wm. , sewing machine 

maker 

32 Blackadder, David, solicitor 
... Sanitary Protection Associa 

tion; Thomas W.Ballantyne, 

engineer 
... Hyslop, Thomas, guard 
... The Herald Press, printers 
... Broughty Ferry Guide and 

Carnoustie Gazette 
... Sinclair, John, contractor 
... Headridge, Bertie, apartments 
... MacDougall, Mrs J., apartmts. 

28 Brown, John D. , photo stock dlr. 

26 Allan & Friskin, architects 

... Edward, H. & V., hairdressers 
... Gray, Francis, accountant 
... Castle Business Service 
... Swan, G. D., & Co., jute 

merchants 
. . . Malcolm, G. M 'K. ,insur . broker 
24 Wallace, David, pastrybaker 

Castle Street Chapel 
20 Dallas (Dundee) Ltd., jutemers. 
... Grampian Wallpaper Co. 
... Waters, Donald, tailor 
18 Patrick, S. Stuart, bookseller 
14 Phillip, Chaides, & Co., tailors 
10 Hazell, William, & Son, grocers 
6AQuirk, JohnT., hairdresser 



6 Braithwaite, James Allan, Ltd., 

tea merchants 
4 Royal British Hotel; L. Meotti, 

proprietor 



CASTLE STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Suttie, James 

3 Coventry, Andrew, police inspr. 

5 Stewart, James, printer 

7 Ross, James 

9 Marr, Mrs 

... Dargie, Chas. B., motordriver 
... Alexander, Miss 
11 Philip, John, joiner 
13 Starrs, Miss Norah A., teacher 
15 Lindsay, John, tailor 
17 Victoria cot. — Mrs James Scott 
19 Farmer, Alexander 
... Hepburn, David, irongrinder 
21 Suttie, James 

23 Kydd, Robert W., motordriver 
25 Hunter, John 
27 Robertson, James, carter 
29 Robertson, Mrs W. 
... Smith, James, patternmaker 
33 Cannon, William J. 
35 Nicoll, Misses D. and A. 
37 Ogilvie, Miss Christina 
41 Martin, James, jun., spix'itmer- 

chant 
47 Strachan, John, harbour porter 
49 Westwood, Miss Sarah 

Brook street here 
53 Smith, George B., cashier 
55 Morrison, Miss Jean 
59 Murphy, Miss Mary 
61 Findlay, Mrs 

63 Cowieson, Robt. , church-officer 
... Petrie, Mrs 

65 Crabb, John M., traveller 
67 Plenderleath, Henry M., clerk 
69 Miller, Robert W., artist 
Churchill place 

1 Ritchie, John R., baker 
Bain, Alexander G. , clerk 
Lamond, James, tailor 
Torbet, George A., draper 

2 Brand, Mrs William 
Kellie, Mrs Margaret 
Smith, Mrs B. 
Smith, Herbert D. , clerk 
Chaplain, John, painter 
Tocher, Andrew 
Walker, Miss K. 
Anderson, Robert, shipmaster 
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71 Mountford, Mrs 

... Archibald, And., wareh'seman 

73 MacMaster, Miss G. F. 

... Croll, James 

75 Smith, David, traveller 

... Petrie, Alexander, donkeyman 

77 Sim, Misses 

East Links place 

1 Henderson, J. T.,coalsalesman 

2 Herd, Alfred, butcher 

3 Chaplain, R. , works foreman 

4 Whitton, Robert 

5 Nicolson, John, harbour porter 
Links cottages 

4 Mayes, David, plumber 
3 Nicoll, William, boot repairer 
35 Robertson, Miss, laundress 
64 Hendry, Andw. W. , watchman 
81 Purves, Mrs M. A., baker 
85 Oomline, Peter, gardener 
... Davidson, Allan, butcher 
87 Links Hall- 
Cecil A. Low, musician 
Panmure street here 
70 Davidson, James, mason 
68 Brand, John, upholsterer 
. . . Fyffe, Mrs Lizzie 
... Gowans, James, moulder 
66 Taylor, Mrs D. 
64 Wilson, Mrs Lizzie 
... Neilson, James, coachpainter 
62 Whitton, Robert, engineer 
... Procter, Harry W., engineer 
60 Hogg, Alexander, salesman 
58 M'Ewen, Fred, confectioner 
56 Whyte, David, joiner 
52 Small, Jane, confectioner 
38 Ingleside — 

J. H. Reid, clerk of works 
36 Tait, Robert, water inspector 

CASTLE TERRACE. 

MARYFIELD. 

1 Kidd, J. A., manual instructor 

3 Wallace, Alexander, insur. agt. 

4 Cathro, Wm. M., dentist 

2 Leighton, A. E., spirit merch. 

CASTLE TERRACE. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Smith, Andw. J., insur. mangr. 

2 Brown, James M., traveller 

3 Lowden, Mrs A. 

... Goodfellow, Alister, baker 

4 Simpson, Mrs Margaret 

... Ramsay, Walter, fishmonger 

5 Morton, Miss J. 

... Myles, David, merchant 



6 Macdonald, Mrs J. 
... Phyn, Jane Cowan 

7 Eggo, C. E., clerk 

... Alexander, D. , traveller 

8 Pattullo, Mrs C. D. 

... Smith, Mrs Eliz.Y.,winemerch. 

9 Sinclair, W. W., com. traveller 
... Hamilton, Daniel, cashier 

10 Coullie, Walter N., joiner 
... Clunas, Miss Lila 

... Conway, John, lecturer 

11 Wem, Harold G. 

... Bowman, Bernard, solicitor 

12 Findlay,V. D. , bank account'nt 
... Arthur, Allan R, confectioner 

13 Allan, Mrs C. H. 

... Smith, R. R. , customs officer 

14 Tait, D.R., wineand spirit mer- 

chant 

15 Morrison, J. K., representative 

CASTLEROY ROAD. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

Castleroy — 

Nicol Rae, gardener 
Castleroy cottage — Misses Fyfe 
Castleroy kennels — 

Edmund Hobson, butcher 
Marchbanks — 

Francis D. M'Laren, merchant 

CATHERINE STREET. 

DURA STREET. 

1 Bowman, Mrs M., confectioner 
5 Christie, John, labourer 
7 Samson, Mrs Jessie 
9 Ireland, Thomas, engineer 
11 Nicoll, James, gardener 
15 Nellen, Mrs Betsy 
17 Gibson, Robert, packer 
... Taylor, Mrs Margaret 
... Kelly, William A. R., painter 
19 Cochrane, Miss Jessie 
21 Doherty, Mrs Ella, weaver 
23 Whamond, Misses 
25 Robertson, William, stower 
27 Milne, Mrs Mary 
29 Martin, George, fireman 
31 Leslie, Mrs Margaret 

33 Barrie, Mrs Annie 

37 Rose, Hugh, labourer 
39 Reid, Mrs Jane, grocer 
46 Maxwell, A., grocer 

42 Waller, Mrs Alice, confectnr. 

38 Stephen, John, fireman 

34 Keith, Miss 

... M'Ara, James, foreman 

... Ogilvie, William, railway porter 



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Catherine street — continued 
32 Reid, Peter, carpenter 
30 Webster, Mrs Mary 
26 Young, David, roller coverer 

22 Milne, Charles, foreman 

16 Stott, Frank, foreman 
2ACameron, James, motordriver 

2 Burness, Edward, carter 
... Milne, George, stevedore 
2BEast End Coal Co. 

CEDAR ROAD. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Robertson, Peter, assistant 
chief constable 

3 Cedarlea — 

Nigel M. Fen ton, solicitor 
Davidson street here 

11 Jump, William, poultrykeeper 
15 Chalmers, Mrs Jane 

17 Mack, Alexander, traveller 
19 Dunbar, Maitland, tailor 

21 Homestead — 

John Napier, merchant 
Traill street here 

23 Leighton, David, clerk 

25 Sturrock, Miss 

26 Holly lodge- 

James W. M'Laren, lie. grocer 

24 Young, William B., cashier 

22 Haricot — 

John W. Mackay, silk mercer 
Traill street here 

14 Dunlora — W. A. Patterson 
Stewart street here 

12 Adie, Misses 

10 Kennedy, Dr T. D. 

8 Kyleakin — 

Win. Low Mitchell, solicitor 

CHALMERS STREET. 

MADEIRA STREET. 

1 Gray, David, coal merchant 

3 Martin, Mrs M. 

5 Foulis, David, manager 

7 Gray, William, boot manufr. 

9 Quade, Robert, restaurateur 
... Quade, Elizabeth, confectioner 

11 Miller, Mrs Arthur A. 

13 Doig, Mrs Margaret 
... Doig, John 1.," cashier 

15 Grant, Mrs J. M. 
... Grant, Harold M. 
... Grant, Robert M. 
17 Philip, Miss Rhoda 

6 Sparks, R. G. 

4 Robertson, MissM., dressmaker 

2 Martin, Wm. T., ironmonger 



CHARLES STREET. 

WELLGATE. 

3 Christie, William, messenger 
... Henderson, Mrs Henry 
... Henderson, Henry, chemist 
5 Gannon, James, boot repairer 
7 Roxburgh, Robert, hairdresser 
9 Lonie, Miss Margaret, grocer 
11 Roy, Peter, baker 
... Robertson, Daniel, busdriver 
... Meek, David, slater 
13 M'Kinney, Charles, painter 
.. Boyack, James, clerk 
... Ross, David, baker 
... Boer, Arthur, storekeeper 
... Ross, Mrs Elizabeth, fruiterer 

15 Fenton, Andrew, coal merchant 
... Hammett, George, joiner 

17 Black, Peter, whl'sale stationer 
Charles lane 
14 Fenton, Andrew, coal mercht. 
8 Guthel, D. & A., joiners 
13 Zion Full Gospel Hall 

19 Cox, Charles, grocer 
21 Di Duca, P. 

... Roberts, Charles, coachpainter 

25 Martin, Thomas, baker 

27 Anderson, Alexander, foreman 

33 Cuthbert, W. R., & Co., foot- 

wear manufacturers 
Dunlop Rubber Co. , Ltd. 
Dunlop Rubber Co. , Ld. (Sports 

Division) 
Idvies street here 
38 Robertson, John, mason 
36 Batchelor, Wm. , ealenderwrkr. 

34 Fitzpatrick, John, riveter 
32 Buist, Mrs 

... Stevenson, Mrs 

... Graham's Cooperage 

26 Jackson, Harry, grocer 
24 Watson, Annabella 

... Conway, Thomas, railwayman 

20 Zanre, G., & Son, fish restaur'nt 

16 Todd, David, coaldealer 

10 Howden, Thomas, Ltd., pro- 
duce importers 
8 Fairweather, Alex. , yarnbndler. 
... Costello, Mrs Mary 
... Flett, Mrs John 

Great Universal Stores, Ltd. 



CHERRYFIELD LANE. 

BLACKNESS ROAD. 

5 Cleansing Department Depot 
7 Evans, Alexander, millworker 
18 Rae, Ella, grocer 



STREET 
16 Davidson, Misses 
14 Ferguson, D. L. , boot repairer 
8 Angus, Mrs George 

CHRISTIAN ROAD. 

DUNDEE ROAD. 

1 Holmstead — 

John B. Muir, coal merchant 
The Cottage— 
J. A. Tombazis, insur. director 



CHURCH STREET. 

MAIN STEEET. 

1 Tasker, James R. R., lie. grocer 
3 Donald, David, carter 
... Wilson, James, bnsdriver 
... Kennedy, Thomas, woodwrkr 
5 Pope, James, confectioner 
7 Lindsay, Thomas, newsagent 
9 M'Gaw, Miss Jean, draper 
13 Bell, James, teacher of dancing 
... Chalmers, Arch., jute batcher 
... Wallace, Charles, machineman 
15 Fyffe, Mrs J. 
17 Bassam, Samuel, butcher 
19 Duncan, Miss, hairdresser 
23 Aimer, Miss Mary 
... Standing, Matthew C. 
27 Knight, Mrs Betsy, confectnr 
29 Durward, Alfred, generaldealer 
31 Kidd & Shaw, painters 
33 Lamond, Mrs Betsy 
... Duncan, Frederick, electrician 
39 Strachan, J., calenderworker 
... Rae, Robert 
... Chalmers, George, postman 
41 M'Keuzie, James 
43 Doctor, Robert, juteworker 
47 M'Leary, John, bootmaker 
49 Ireland, D. F., frenchpolisher 
53 M'Cormack, David, fireman 
... Bell, Robert, joiner 
. . . Why tock , Cat herine, confectnr. 
59 M'Culloch, Mrs 
... Matthew, Miss Mary 
... Lorimer, Alexander, mechanic 
67 Anderson, Harry, hairdresser 
69 Dingwall, James, hamcurer 
... M'llroy, Mrs Mary 

71 Inglis, Miss Mary, confectioner 

73 Hunt, Hector, dyer 

... Smith, James, insurance agent 

75 Brodie, John M. , spirit mercht. 

76 Grilli, Caeser, fish restaurant 

74 Thomson, John, milloverseer 

. . . Rodger, William, teleg. linesmn. 
72£Durward, Alfred, generaldealer 

72 Morris, Mrs J. 

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DIRECTORY. 233 

70 Malloch, Charles, fireman 
... Forrester, Alexander, mechanic 
... Walker, Robert, clerk 
68 Warden, Sinclair, photograph'r 
56 M'Kenzie, Ken. G. , confectnr. 
52 Orr, Mrs Janet, grocer 
50 Macfarlane, George 
... Doctor, William, machineman 
42 Sturrock, William, machineman 
40 Reid, Miss Jennie 
... Smart, A., overseer 
... M'Artney, Mrs M. 
32 Cox, William, caulker 
22 Mason, Simon, contractor 
18 Preston, Miss Mary 
... Kidd, John, plasterer 
14 Todd, William, baker 
8 Stenson, Roderick, plasterer 
6 Scott, James M., motorman 
. . . Wright, Jas. , calenderworker 
... M'Farlane, Miss A., dressmkr. 
... M'Farlane, David S. 
... Ford, John, chauffeur 
4 Lindsay, Peter, postman 



CHURCH STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

5 Bruce, William, gardener 
7 Anderson, James, engineer 
King street here 

29 Laburn, James, & Son, slaters 

31 Macdonald & Low, painters 

33 Kinnison, Mrs M. 

35 Smart, Aliss Mabel, hairdresser 

39 Paton, Miss Charlotte, outfitter 

41 Wallace, Mrs 

45 Smart, Charles M. 
Long lane here 
West Church Hall 
Brook street here 

59 Black, Wm. , furrier's assistant 

65 Milne, Miss Margaret 

... Grant, Alexander 

... Holroyd. Mrs E. M. 

... Smalh Mrs 

... Allan, Murray, manager 

69 Windsor cottage — 

James Law son, garage proptr. 

... Edward, George C, draper 

71 M'Leod, Miss 

... Suttie, James, constable 
.. Tocher, David, chauffeur 

... Leheny, William 

... Key, Miss Elizabeth 

79 Harrow, William, plumber 

... Fairley, William, clerk 

... Duff, Robert, mason 

... Watt, WalterD., garage proptr. 



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Church street, B. Ferry — continued 

Queen street here 
93 Dunn, James, licensed grocer 
95 Capitol Cinema 

103 Findlay, John, confectioner 
105 Henderson, James, plumber 

107 Owler, Thomas, baker 
. . . Henderson, Mrs B. F 

Grove Academy — 

James Taylor, rector 
Auldhame — 

Misses Auldjo 
Queen street here 
118 Keith, R.D. Lawson, accountant 

108 M'Kee, Mrs G. 
Brook street here 

104 Pringle, James 
102 Beats, Mrs William 

78 Carver, James, chauffeur 
76 Sievwright, Thomas, postman 
... Moonie, Archibald, artist 
... City Showcard Service 
72 Milne, David, chauffeur 
70 Mill, Alexander, fireman 

Long lane here 
60 Patullo, Mrs James 
54 Eastfield— 

James B. Archer, builder 
52 Smith & Beats, plumbers 
50 Colville, James, gardener 

King street here 
16 Myles, James, teleph. engineer 
... Thomson, George, plumber 
... Norrie, John, joiner 
... Ritchie, Wm. W., upholsterer 
... Spiers, William, joiner 
... Mill, Peter, inspector 
14 Robertson, Thomas, blacksmith 
... Lorimer, Thomas, ironturner 
... Campbell, Mrs William R. 
... Smith, Charles, gardener 
... Brown, George, foreman slater 
12 Cochrane, Duncan, foreman 
10 Miller, Miss 

8 Saul, Percival, lithographer 
... Nicoll, Harry, joiner 
... Gillies, T. P., ironmonger 
... Dorward, Fred. R., gardener 
... Murray, John R., storekeeper 

6 Kydd, Alexander, blacksmith 
... Warwick, Hugh, baker 
... Walker, Norman, chauffeur 
... Wilkie, Robert, upholsterer 
... Poison, William, baker 

4 Gray, James L. , gasfitter 
... Small, Douglas, chauffeur 
... Parker, James, chauffeur 
... Gordon, Miss Elizabeth 



4 (Jushnie, William, manager 

2 Lilburn, Peter, vanman 

... Stalker, Mrs Margaret, grocer 
... Meikle, John, tramdriver 

CITY ROAD. 

MILNBANK. 

I Keddie, Miss 

... Miller, John, bus conductor 

... Bell, Mrs Alexander 

... Donnet, Alexander, secretary 

3 Soutter, Miss F. K., draper 
Blyth street here 

5 Butchart, Wm. E., lie. grocer 
Blyth place 

2 Graham, David S. 
... Moir, Richard 

o Cooney, Michael, mechanic 
... Whyte, James, mechanic 

4 Donaldson, John L., bricklayer 

5 Harrison, Wm., general dealer 

7 Hunter, Mrs Annie 

8 Patrick, William S. 

9 Falconer, Mrs Helen 
... Black, Robert, joiner 
10 Meek, David, joiner 

... Nicoll, John, watchman 

II Grant, Miss Jane, clerkess 

12 Whitecross, Mrs Mary 

13 M 'Lagan, Da v. A., telegraphist 

14 Donaldson, Miss J., weaver 

7 Powrie, W. S., motor engineer 
9 Stewart, Wm. S., butcher 
11 Henderson, Miss N. S., baker 

Baxter street here 
13 Malone, Mrs Mary 
15 Duncan, George 
... Carey, James, upholsterer 
17 M'Guire, Patrick, foreman 
... Anderson, John, tar sprayer 
. . . Robertson, Martin C. , sugarblr. 

Cleghom street here 
19 Nicoll, Jean, licensed grocer 
21 Pullar, Mrs David S. 
23 Young, George, shoemaker 
... Wanless, Robert, overseer 
25 Torbett. Mrs Jessie, confectnr. 
27 Clark, Robt. M., boot repairer 

Pitfour street here 
29 Duff, Mrs Mary, housekeeper 
31 Will, Mrs Mary 
33 Lamb, David, builder 

Tullideph road here 
103 Balman, Peter, carter 

... Martin, James 
105 M'Cormack, Joseph, labourer 
107 Christie, Richard, labourer 
109 Mill, Miss Daisy, weaver 



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111 M'Dougall, Mrs Mary 

113 Gibson, Mrs Hannah, weaver 
115 Knox, James, labourer 
117 M'Aulay, Patrick, millworker 
119 Gibson, John, hosepipe weaver 

121 Reid, Joseph, collector 

123 Williamson, And.E.,gravedigr 

125 Hutchison, Samuel, labourer 

127 Elliot, Harry, bootmaker 

129 Stewart, William, dresser 
... Pike, George, brushmaker 

Tullideph place here 

131 Brown, George, ex-police sergt 

133 Allan, Thomas, hairdresser 

135 Bell, Andrew, & Son, joiners 
162 Burgess, Rev. Albert B. 

160 Wanless, Alex.T.,millmanager 
158 Stewart, Miss Annie, grocer 
156 Ivybank — 

Miss Hill Rennie, hairdresser 
154 Allison, Dr William 
152 Henderson, Daniel 
150 Briggs, Rev. Douglas 
148 Walker, Mrs Mary 
146 Ashton, James, joiner 
144 Graham, J. M. 
142 Bell, John, assistant manager 
... Bell, James, engraver 
140 Lister, David Fraser 
138 Milne, James T. 

136 M'Lean, Mrs George 

134 Lindsay, William V., grocer 

132 Young, James S.. fish merchant 

130 Stewart, David 

128 Burke, William, coaldealer 

126 Lawrence, John 

... Lawrence, Thomas, tobacconist 

124 Ferguson, A. M., butcher 

122 Clark, Andrew, newsagent 

112 Miller, James R. V., baker 
Tullideph road here 

54 Cochrane, Wm., jun.,coal mer. 

52 Adams, James, joiner 

44 Morris, Mrs Annie 

42 Fimister, John, heating engnr. 

40 lannetta, Angelo, fish restrant. 

38 Laing, John, spirit merchant 

Scott street here 
18 Flight, Mrs Margaret 
... Nicoll, Thomas, machinist 
... Head, William, signalman 
... Ray, David W., printer 
... Christie, Miss Georgina, dairy- 
keeper 
... Caird, Alexander, gardener 
16 Fleming, Alexander, painter 
14 Dundee Pasteurised Milk Co., 
Ltd. 



10 Milne, Thomas, confectioner 
8 Armstrong, Thomas, fireman 
6 Zaccarini, J., fish restaurant 

2 Anderson, Robt., jute preparer 
... Caldwell, John, motordriver 

CITY SQUARE. 

HIGH STREET. 

1 Burton, Montague, Ld., tailors 

3 Cafe Val d'Or, luncheon and tea 

rooms 

5 Inland Revenue Offices 

6 City Collector's Office; J. B. 

Thomson, city collector 
... Local Taxation Office; J. B. 
Thomson, L.T.O. 

8 City Assessor's Office; Sydney 

E. F. Reid, assessor 
... Cemeteries Office; Alexander 

Macrae, superintendent 
... Phillip, W. H., registrar 
Caird Hall 

14 Education Office ; John R. Cam- 

eron, director of education 

15 Sparks, drapers 

17 Water Engineer's Office; George 

Baxter, water engineer 

18 Barnet's, drapers 

19 City Chambers-W. H. Blyth 

Martin, town clerk 

21 City Engineer's Office; David 

B. M'Lay, city engineer 
... Morrison, James A. F. , city 
quantity surveyor 

22 Laird, W. P., & Sinclair, Ltd., 

florists 

CLARENCE ROAD. 

ARBROATH ROAD. 

1 Wragg, George A. 

3 Pendrich, Jas., coalyardsman 

5 Aitken, Miss Sarah 
... Martin, Miss M. D. 

7 Brown, William 

9 Duff, George, surgical fitter 

11 Reid, Misses 

13 Bowden, Wm., office manager 
Nesbitt street here 

16 Watt, David, draper 

14 Lawson, W. G. 

12 Munro, Charles R., baker 

10 Cruickshanks, Harry, journalist 

8 Lynnewood — David Wilson 

6 Neilson, David G., salesman 

4 Hawthorne — 

Mrs Thomas L. Barrie 

2 Low, Misses 



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CLARENDON DRIVE. 

PERTH ROAD. 

Lulworth — 

J. Govan Bruce, manufacturer 
Moodie, Mrs David 
Ovalau — Mrs David Don 
Torwood — 

Wm. R. Tattersall, dental sur 

CLAYPOTS ROAD. 

WEST FERRY. 

7 Duneaves Nursing Home — 

Miss F. E. Davidson 
Broughty Bowling Green 
Albert road here 
15 Lowson, George, chauffeur 
17 Dargie, William, gardener 
17AThe Bend- 
Henry Cuthbert, plasterer 

19 Walker, W. J., secretary 
Victoria road here 
Duntrune terrace here 
Claypotts — 

Alexander Batchelor 

29 Sneesby, Fred., dairyman 
Arbroath road here 
Broughty Ferry Steam Laundry 

Co., Ltd. ; Miss Ballantyne, 
manageress 

31 Scott, James 

... Angus, John, poulterer 
33 Orrock, Mrs Annie 
35 Wilson, Charles, gardener 
37 Ritchie, Mrs J. W. 

Claypots Skating Pond 
62 Wood, William S., clerk 
60 Liddle, J. A., draughtsman 
58 Robertson, Mrs Jane 
... Ritchie, Mrs Margaret 
56 Russell, Mrs Norah 
54 Wood, Alexander, joiner 
52 Rodger, Alexander, chauffeur 
50 Maelnnes, John, gardener 
44 Simpson, James, farm labourer 

32 M'Intosh, Robert, chauffeur 

30 Balgillo house — 

J. C. Buist, manufacturer 
Alexander Carr, gardener 
28 Smith, William, gardener 

Davidson street here 
24 Seafield House PreparatorySch 
Oswald P. Arton, principal 
22 Stewart, Duncan 
... Stewart, Emily, modiste 

20 Paton, Alex. G., lino, operator 
Camperdown street here 

12 Petrie, William 

8 Barnes, Henry O, clerk 



6 Scott, David N., spirit mercht. 
... Scott, David 

... Scott, Mrs Percy J., fine artdlr. 
... Anderson, Andrew, engineer 

CLEGHORN STREET. 

CITY ROAD. 

3 George, Richard A., porter 

5 Scott, And. ,cookedmeat maker 

7 Constable, George, buscleaner 
9 Gilmour, James, asst. foreman 

... Scott, William, milloverseer 

11 Lees, Mrs Grace, grocer 

13 Ralph, William, hammerman 

... Rattray, James, fitter 

17 Clark, James, mechanic 

... Sheret, Charles, fireman 

... Slidders, David, mechanic 

... Bruce, John, windowcleaner 

. . . Mitchell, Fred F. , compositor 

19 Payne, Mrs Margaret 

... Allan, Stewart, hacklegrinder 

21 Adams & Lithgow, bakers 

Rosebery street here 
23 Stiven, Mrs J. H., grocer 
25 Parker, William, shoemaker 
... Wears, George, engineer 
... Muir, Mrs, nurse 
.. Burnett, David, mechanic 
25ALowden, Miss Mary, draper 
27 Mackay, James, fitter 
... Whyte, Miss 
... Ross, James, seaman 
... Tillerav, Andrew, fitter 
29 Gilbert, Mrs Robert H. 
... Glen, John R., mechanic 
... Bruce, William, reedmaker 
31 Younger, Robert, mechanic 
... Morrison, John, joiner 
... Wellwood, Mrs Margaret H. 
... Mill, John, conductor 
... Taylor, Thomas, manager 
33 Martin, Miss, fish merchant 
... Malcolm, James, grinder 
... Mitchell, James P., salesman 
... Boyd, James 
... Scott, James, cabinetmaker 

Benvie rood here 
39 Ramsay, William O, pharmacist 
41 Sparks, Mrs Alex. , stationer 
43 Miller, John, clerk 
... Farquhar, Kenneth, spirit mer. 
... Murray, Mrs A. 
... Jobson, Ernest R. , manager 
... Johnstone, Miss M., confectnr. 
45 Moffat, Robert, stereotyper 
. . . Johnstone, Wm. , assistant supt. 
... Munro, Angus, bottle merchant 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



237 



45 Will, David W. , blacksmith 
... Robertson, James, fireman 
... Falconer, Mrs John 
49ASoave, A. , confectioner 

51 Baird, Misses M. & M., fish 

merchants 
53 Malone, Thomas, boot repairer 
55 Curr, Mrs Jessie, confectioner 
57 Fyffe, Robert, ironturner 
... Simpson, J as., police constable 
... Reid, John B., glazier 
... Grant, Peter 
... Chambers, Mary 
... M'Robb, Alex., enginedriver 
... Ritchie, Mrs David, tobacconist 
48 Doig, Alfred, organist 
... Barclay, Alfred, policeman 
... Duncan, George, postman 
... Miller, William, storekeeper 

46 Ramsay, C. M., fitter 
... Scott, Mrs John S. 

... Robertson, John 

... Grant, James, tramdriver 

... Anderson, Wm. B., insur. agt» 

44 Wynd, Robert, bookbinder 

. . . Cairns, William H. , grocer 

... Bruce, Robert G., traveller 

... Irvine, James, guard 

42 Crowe, Norman, busdriver 

... M'Millan, Charles, labourer 

. . . Davidson, James R. , mechanic 

... Westwood. John, overseer 

40 Conacher, Fred., surgn. dentist 

... Conacher, John, plumber 

... Beedie, David, printer 

... Fairweather, Miss Agnes 

. . . Hart, Harry, coal merchant 

36 Johnston's Stores, Ltd. , grocers 

Benvie road here 
28 Black, John R., mechanic 
... Massie, William, printer 
... Ross, Thomas D., contractor 

JRosebery street here 
22 Lees, Mrs Grace, grocer 
20 Ogilvie, Mrs Helen 
... Clark, John, hairdresser 
18 Moyes, Peter, butcher 
16 Marr, Mrs Eliz., hairdresser 
... Robertson, James, blacksmith 
... Anderson, Arthur, manager 
14 Simpson, Martin, ironmonger 
... Dewar, Miss 
... Keddie, Eliza 
12 Will, Alexander, blacksmith 
... Laing, Thomas, lamplighter 
10 Low, Misses M. and J. 
... Whvte, Mrs David 
8 Moffat, John W. 



8 Ramsay, James, fitter 

... Monaghan, Peter, postman 
6 Gibson, Charles, baker 
... M'Gregor, David, motordriver 
... Doig, Mrs 
... Stevenson, George, clerk 

4 Donaldson, Dav. H. ,calndrwkr. 
... Gonnella, Frank, modeller 

... Gellatly, Thos. , lamp specialist 
... Taylor, Matthew, foreman 

CLEPINGTON ROAD. 

PITKERRO ROAD. 

1 Nairn, John, newspapr. manager 
3 Carr, John, teller 

5 M'Gill, Alexander P., clerk 

9 Adams, Alex., ret. civil servant 
11 Scott, William R. , retd. banker 
13 Mackenzie, Donald, teacher 
15 Nicoll, Misses A. and J. 

17 Andrew, William 
19 Croll, Mrs George B. 

Macnabb street here 
21 Cooper, D. S., millfurnisher 
23 Suttie, Alexander, merchant 
25 Hutton, John, engineer 
27 Herbert, Mrs George 
29 Ballantine, Mrs M., wine mer. 
31 Cowley, George F., secretary 
33 Nicol, Mrs Annie 

Nairn street here 
35 Dall, George M., engineer 
35AFalconer, Wm . R. , wine mercht. 
39 Reid, Mrs Annie K. 
45 Rankine, Dr George 

Milner street here 
47 Bryson, David S., oil merchant 
49 Mudie, David, engineer 
53 Muircote — George M. Cameron, 
chairmaker 

Martin street here 
55 Pettie, Henry, surgical instru- 
ment maker 
57 Smith, W. P., engineer 
59 Blair, Mrs B. E. 

Forfar road here 

Erskine terrace 
61 Couttie, Mrs James 
63 Larg, Robert J., musicseller 
65 White, George W., theatre 

proprietor 
67 Thomson, John, grocer 
71 Curr, Mrs Robert 
73 Bisset, David, manag. director 

Castle terrace here 
75 Fairlie, Rev. John 
77 David, Mrs John 
79 Gibson, Robert J. 



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81 Ramsay, John F. , merchant 
83 Simpson, David L., printer 
85 Bain, Miss Gertrude 
87 Kinnear, Mrs Isabella, grocer 
89 Kinnear, Miss B. 
91 Russell, Thomas, engineer 
. . . Russell, Thomas A. , engineer 
93 Cunnynghame, Rev. H. C. R. 

Mains loan here 
95 Maryfield Station- 
Taylor Brothers, coal merchts, 
Smith, Hood, & Co., Ltd., coal 

merchants 
Gray & Dorward, coal merchts. 
Ford Bros. , coal merchants 
James Watson & Son, coal 
merchants 
Taylor, R., & Sons, Ltd., coal 

merchants 
Diindee Co-op. Coal Soc, Ltd. 
Charles Milne, coal merchant 
97 Findlay, William, confectioner 
99 Neale, George N., goods agent 
105 M'Laren, Miss Annie, dairykpr, 
... Forino, Philip, confectioner 
... Scott, William, grocer 
... Davidson, Mrs Cath., grocer 
... Hendry, Mrs A. 
... Hampton, George, fireman 
. . . Grant, James F. , fireman 
... Luke, Alexander, farmer 
107 Smith, Mrs Christina 
. . . Smith, R. D. , commission agent 
... Kerr, Robert, buscleaner 
... Stewart, Thomas, cardriver 
109 Adam, Mrs George 

... Allardice, Thomas, carter 
111 Gall, James, manager 
1 1 9 East, F. , & Co. , Ld. , chair mf rs. 
123 Cuthbert, Miss Mary, draper 
123AGeorge, Maison, hairdresser 
125 Rough & Fraser, bakers 
125APaterson, Bryant, prov. merch. 
127 Pennie, Archibald M. , butcher 
l27ATait, Miss Mary F., fruiterer 
129 Bruce, A., & Son, joiners 
131 Allison, Mrs J. 
... Smith, CarnegieG., confectioner 
... Goddard, R. S., showroom asst. 
... Cargill, Robert, constable 
... Kinsman, Edward, cartwright 
... Sharp, William, manager 
133 Irons, Robert, hairdresser 
... Watt, Thomas 
... Leslie, William, contractor 
... Swan, James, busdriver 
... Wilson, John, car conductor 



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135 Burnett, William, tenter 
... Sturrock, Ronald, mechanic 
... Kidd, David, plumber 
... Yule, Alexander, newsagent 
... West, John G., mechanic 

137 Ramsay, Alexander, butcher 
... M'Diarmid, Mrs Jessie 
... Tevendale, Graham, blacksmith 
... Stowell, Christopher, foreman 
... Souter, George 
. . . Irving, Alfred H. , busdriver 
... Fen ton, Peter, clerk 
... Wilson, John, grocer 

139 Adie, Miss N. 
... Duncan, Frederick, butcher 
. . . Brimner, Geo. , police constable 
... Lees, Harry, plumber 
... Robertson, Harry, wareh'seman 
... Davidson, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Gillan, Adam P., welder 

141 Anderson, Geo. , warehouseman 
... Mathers, John, postman 
... Cundall, Robert, cabinetmaker 
... Gilmour, John 

143 Yule, Mrs William G. 
... Swan, Kenneth, busdriver 
... Matthew, Robert, busdriver 
. . . Murray, James B. , electrician 
... Wilson, William, joiner 
... Lowson, Bain, foreman 
... Boath, James, collector 

145 Maitlaud, Adam 
... Roger, Thomas, detective con. 
... Sellars, John, plumber 
. . . Henderson, John, pastrybaker 
... Millar, Robert, cardriver 
... Leitch, Helen M. , book-keeper 

147 Christie, Alex., fishmonger 
... Whitton, Charles, plumber 
. . . Whamond, Mrs Margaret 
. . . Hovell, Thomas, insurance agt. 
... Clark, George, shipwright 
... Gault, Mrs Edith 
... Hill, George, tailor 

149 Burry, James K, salesman 
... Anderson, Frank, mechanic 
... Esplin, Alexander, painter 
Cardross street here 

151 Iannetta, G. E. & M. , confectrs. 

157 Gorrie, Miss Mary 
... Pennycook, R.,cinemaoperator 
... Ballantyne, Thos. W. , architect 
... M 'Fetridge, Wm. , lino, operator 
... Mackenzie, D. 0., teacher 

159 Greig, David, hairdresser 
... Anderson, Thomas, butcher 
... Mann, Miss Bessie 

161 Ferguson, Mrs E., spirit mer. 



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Simpson, Robert, clerk 
Gibson & Dargie, builders 
Gray Bros., motor engineers 
Gray, Charles, builder 
Graham street here 
Gordon, James, storekeeper 
Paton, William J., clerk 
Duff, Thomas M., traveller 
Hood, Samuel, bootmaker 
Fyffe, George, carpet printer 
Christie, Jas. , rtd. police sergt. 
Thomson, David, baker 
Fraser, David, clerk 
Gordon, Alistair, motordriver 
Roberts, James 
Eichardson, Andrew, water 

inspector 
Taylor, Alexander G., foreman 
Tyndall, A. R., coppersmith 
Braid, Mrs A. 
Stewart, Mrs Georgina 
Anderson, A., motorhirer 
Jackson, Miss Ann A. ,tailoress 
Ramsay, Alexander, fireman 
Lowe, David C, mason 
Fletcher, Stewart, manager 
Donald, Mrs Isabella 
Low, Mrs Jessie 
Duff, James, mason 
Beattie, William F., baker 
Forbes, John, foreman 
Orr, Mrs Isabella 
Douglas, William, lie. broker 
Douglas, Miss Jean, hairdresser 
Hosie, Wm. M., motor mech. 
Lamb, Mrs Annie 
Simmie, Robert, attend, officer 
Thain, David 

Lamont, Andrew, garage propr 
M 'Avan, Peter, coal merchant 
Forrester, David G., electrician 
Cumming, Hugh, draper 
Robertson, Andrew, tailor 
Robertson, Misses, teachers 
Duncan, John, constable 
Balgray place 
Nicoll, Charles, contractor 
Dundee Carpet Works ; Mar- 
shall & Brush, manufacturers 
Victoria Foundry ; Charles 
Parker, Sons, & Co., Ltd., 
engineers 
Lorimer's Garage 
Balgray street here 
Carse of Gowrie Dairy Co. , Ltd. 
Clepington Billiard Saloon ; 
Andrew Lamont, proprietor 
M'Kenzie, Mrs L. 



245 Gordon, Austin, machineman 

255 Cairncross, James, confectioner 

257 M'Kenzie, George, wiredrawer 
... Hill, William, storekeeper 
Recreation Ground 

263 Lesslie, Miss Lily I. 

265 Patterson, David K. H., teacher 
of music 

267 Leese, John,assistantmanager 

269 Reid, Miss Margaret 
Old Olamis road here 

271 Dundee Savings Bank 

295 Dewar, D. T., engineer 

297 M'Lean, Mrs James S. 

299 Lawson, Dr Joseph 

301 Dalziel, Miss Matilda 

305 Nicoll, W. S. 

307 Newsome,JosephD.,warehsmn. 

309 Nicoll, Mrs Constance 

311 Ferguson, John H., chemist 

313 Henderson , Jas . S ., police sergt . 

315 Winter, Miss Williamina 

317 Cowper, Mrs 
... Mackay. Harry, taxihirer 
... Scott, Thomas T. 
... Tosh, Mrs A. 
... Smith, Edwin, engineer 
... Girardau, Charles, motorhirer 
... Adams, James, mechanic 
... Stenson, Mrs Bella 

319 Archer, William, engineer 
... Reid, Alexander 
... Fraser, Jessie, milliner 
... Winning, Thos. F., constable 

321 Pollock, David, joiner 
... Drever, Samuel 
. . . Robertson, Alexander, postman 
... Law, Stuart, engineer 
... Robertson, Harry 
... Clark, James, chauffeur 
... Flight, John, foreman 
Fairmuir street here 

323 Herald, R. J., clerk 
... Bryce, James, telegraphist 
... Burns, Miss B. 
... Shoolbraid, T. R., pianotuner 
... Christie, William, gardener 

325 Wallace, Miss 
... Kirk, George, engineer 
... Dunn, Alexander, spirit mer. 
... M'Lean, William, joiner 
... Brown, Mrs Helen 
... Bain, Henry S., plumber 
... Thorn, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Thorn, John, newsagent 
... Sreenan, Daniel, milloverseer 

327 Patterson,WilfiamB.U., clerk 
... Smith, John N., fitter 



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327 Maclachlan, T. H., journalist 
Watson, And. W. , motor engnr 
Robertson, John C, fitter 
Gray, Charles S., coal merchant 
Russell, Miss Eliza A. 
Morgan, John, clerk 
Fairmuir Church 
331 Brown, Alexander, grocer 
... Ellis, David T. 
... Clark, Mrs, dressmaker 
... Assenti, Peter 
... M'Call, John, painter 
... Moonie, George, clerk 
... Downton, Sydney, tenter 
... Hayter, Thomas, baker 
333 Forbes, Archibald D. , traveller 
... Findlay, Mrs, shop assistant 
... Boath, David, overseer 
... Barnett, John, tenter 
... Hosie, Alexander, manager 
... Moonie, Mrs Margaret 
... Bennett, Geo., motor engineer 
335 Thomson, Dr James 
... Thomson, Dr Agnes 
337 Harris, Edward G., traveller 
337ACathro, Geo. M., licensed grocer 
339 Milne, Charles, coal merchant 
... Young, James L. , seedsman 
... Smith, George, manager 
... Purves, John A., stereotyper 
... Alcock, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Cutler, Henry J., pianotuner 
... Constable, Mary, teacher 
... Sime, Peter, hairdresser 
341 Adams, Thomas, traveller 
... Cooper, David F. , traveller 
... Bassam, Samuel, butcher 
... Storrar, Charles, engineer 
... Kirkland, Miss, draper 
... Kirkland, William, storeman 
... Thomson, Alex. C, mechanic 
... Ogilvie, Eric A., postman 
343 Kirkland, Miss, bookseller, and 
Sub-Post Office 
Smith street here 
345 Clark, Andrew, slater 
347 Peattie, Thomas, traveller 
Carr, James F., journalist 
M'Farlane, John M., traveller 
Hodge, Jessie 

Wilkie, Miss Elizabeth, teacher 
Snell, Mrs Marion 
349 Stirton, Miss J. A. 
351 Kinnear, David 
. . . M'Intosh, Alex. S. , police inspt. 
... Turnbull, Miss Jessie 
... Ogilvie, Mrs John 



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351 Mortimer, Mrs Peter W. 
... Miller, Robert, journalist 
... Reid, Robert P., hairdresser 
... Gray, David W.,mang. director 
Strathmartine road here 
Will, George, coal merchant 
353 Hood, Jas. S., &Co., coal mers. 
355 Redline-Glico, Ltd., motor 
spirit dealers 
Soutar street here 
367 Lamond, Mrs Jas., lied, grocer 
369 Soutar, David, railwayman 
375 M 'Donald, David, pipelayer 
377 Lee, David R. , lithographer 
381 Fettes, A. D. R., solicitor 

Lintraihen gardens here 
387 Pringle, Thomas B., traveller 
389 Gray, Thomas, butcher 

... Young, James, assur. supt. 
391 Reid, William 
393 Daniel, John 
397 Rennie, Peter H., plumber 
399 M'Call, Charles 
411 Dundee Eastern Co-op. Bakery 
Kingsway house — 
Harold J. Evans, manager 
455 Wisbech Produce Canners, Ltd. 
British Fish Canners, Ltd. 
Aberdeen Fish Canners, Ltd. 
East Coast Packing Co., Ltd. 
Angus Fruit Farms, Ld., farmers 
Fleming, Eobert L. , paper- 
lining maker 
Kingsway Bakery ; Johnston's 
Stores, Ltd. 
461 Paterson, David, fireman 
463 Pearson, David, patternmaker 
West Kingsway here 
Smallpox Hospital — 

Arthur Fairweather, engineer 
North British Linoleum Co., 

Ltd. 
Kingscross Garage — 

Reid & Martin, motor engin'rs 
Johnston avenue here 
314 Robb, Geo. T., detectiv* sergt. 
312 Smith, Joseph, joiner 
310 Campbell, G. C. , clerk 
308 Scott, David, clerk 
306 Whyte, Thomas, civil servant 
304 Fairweather, N. L. , manager 
302 Morrice, John, fish merchant 
300 Anderson, Henry, police sergt. 
298 Langlands, Alfred, grocer 
296 Masterton, John, clerk 
294 Wallace, James U. , engineer 
292 Caseby, David, joiner 
290 Fraser, James, retired mason 



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Black, William, builder 
Glenprosen terrace here 
Balharr ie, Alex. B. , coal mercht. 
Robertson, James, ironmonger 
Kingscross Hospital — 
Dt Harry Campbell, resident 
medical officer 
Miss Clark, matron 
Edward Forbes, house steward 
David Millar, engineer 
Robert Laing, disinfector 
Daniel Gabriel, motordriver 
Samuel M'Gregor, porter 
Hospital street here 
Morris, James, watchmaker 
Black, William, builder 
Henderson, Mrs M. P., con- 
fectioner 
Calder, Miss I., milliner 
Iannetta, C., fish restaurant 
Strathmartine road here 
Brown, Robert, grocer 
Mottashaw, Jessie L. , grocer 
Govan, James S., bricklayer 
Young, James C, tailor 
Greig, James, builder 
Martin, Mrs Jane 
Kennedy, David, manager 
Milne, James C, tailor 
Barrett, James, engineer 
Mill, William, plasterer 
Smith, William S., clerk 
Cran, John, tailor 
Pratt, Thomas, joiner 
Leslie, John, traveller 
M'Lagan, Davidson, overseer 
Strachan, P. A. F. , traveller 
Dobson, Patrick, book-keeper 
Rodger, George N. , motor driver 
Wotherspoon, Andrew, baker 
Ferguson, Miss E. A. B. 
Crosby, Lawrence, labourer 
Macdonald, George, labourer 
Shedden, Miss Jane A. 
Miller, John, ironturner 
M'Lauchlan, Jas. , calenderwkr. 
Bayne, David W. , shoe repairer 
Caird terrace here 
Kerwin, James, waiter 
Malone, Thomas, shoemaker 
Grant, Mrs Jemima 
Campbell, Charles, mason 
Duff, David, storeman 
Eastern Co-op. Society, Ltd. 
Caird avenue here 
Mann, Frank, fruiterer 
Henderson, Mrs Jane 
Adams, Adam, mechanic 



172 Muat, George, salesman 
... Webster, Alex., blacksmith 
... Batchelor, Robert, fitter 
... Drever, John, grocer 
... Ewen, James, home produce 
White, Mrs Sophia, spirit mer. 
Provost road here 
166 Piggott, John, bootmaker 
164ASellars, Georgina, draper 
164 Hutchison, David, joiner 
... Carthy, William, baker 
... Miller, Mrs Jessie 
162 Soutar, David B., butcher 
130 Martin, William, labourer 
128 Stewart, David, carter 

... Blake, Ina, grocer 
126 Duffie, Arthur J., motordriver 
124 Smith, Alexander, fireman 
122 M'Gregor, John, millforeman 
120 Wise, Neil, quarryman 
118 Burke, Mrs H. 
116 Reilly, Francis D., labourer 
114 Donegan, Thomas, blacksmith 

... Sharkey, John, broker 
112 M'Avan, Peter, labourer 

Hindmarsh avenue here 
110 Smith, Francis, carter 
108 Stewart, James, millworker 
106Bjohnston, Philip, machineman 

... Ogg, Mrs Helen 
106AGrant, MissM. , baths attendnt. 

... Wilkie, Mrs Margaret 
106 Grimmond, Mrs Nettie, fruitr. 
104 Kidd, Andrew G., Ltd., bakers 
102 Gow, Jas. C. , licensed grocer 
100 Ogilvie, Alexander, butcher 
98 Webb, R. S., fishmonger 
96 Innes, Bessie, home produce 
94 Thorn, John, newsagent 
92 Gibson, James, chemist 
86 English, George, yarndresser 
... Harrow, William, fitter 
84 Doig, Mrs Mary 
82 Duncan, James, millworker 
... Bow, John F., windowcleaner 
78 Paton, Miss Agnes 
... Ramsay, Andrew, clerk 
. . . Shepherd , William 
... Scott, Mrs J. 
... Donald, Mrs Margaret 
... Paterson, William, tenter 
76 Boath, Richmond 
... Strachan, Peter 
... Edward, John B., retired tra- 
veller 
... Laurence, William J., printer 
... M'Intyre, George D., chief clerk 
... Downie, Arthur, builder 



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Clepington road — continued 

76 Fyffe, Robert, frenchpolisher 
... Singer, David, motordriver 
74 Wilson, William B., clerk 
... Garvie, James, road patrol 
... Crow, William K., electrician 
... Murray, James D., foreman 
... Scott, Robert, brushmaker 
... Shepherd, Mrs Ann 
72 Reid, George, salesman 
... Easton, William, foreman 
... Thornton, James 
... Page, Mrs Margaret 
... Malloch, John W., mason 
70 Masterton, A. S., grocer 

Arklay street here 
48 Hunter, Samuel A., gasworker 
... Lynch, Francis, boilermaker 
... Carmichael, Wm., engineer 
... Home, George, electrician 
... Ashplant, Gladys M., cashier 
... Yule, Miss J. S., dressmaker 
... Henderson, Arch., motor engnr. 
46 Foster, Mrs 

... Houston, James, ironmonger 
... Clark, Martin 
... Brown, John B., frenchpolisher 
44 Bowman, Wm., enginedriver 
... Robertson, John W., clerk 
... Galloway, Mrs Helen 
... Smith, William, mechanic 
... Mechan, Mrs Mary 
42 Birnie, Alexander, manager 
. . . Scrimger, Wm. G. , lithographer 
. . . Crawford, Thos. , spirit mercht. 
... Campbell, James, woodturner 
... Donaldson, Leo., clerk 
. . . Craig, James F. , marine engnr. 
40 Merchant, George, motordriver 
... Moffat, John, boot repairer 
... Hyne, William S., coaldealer 
... M'Gregor, John, insur. agent 
... Munro, Robert, radio engineer 
... Rodger, James A., cycle agent 
38 Cant, James, clerk 
... M'Kenzie, George, tyre fitter 
... Ricketts, Thomas W., retired 

police sergeant 
... Paton, Harry, head postman 
... Gribbin, Joseph, traveller 

North Court street here 
36 Gardiner, Denis C, engineer 

Campbell, John 

Mudie, Alexander, millf oreman 

Millar, David, clerk 

Barrett, Martin, wareh'seman 

Jamieson, Adam 0., clerk 

Small, Miss Alma, process artist 



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Morrison, Robert, motordriver 
Mitchell, Charles, engineer 
Nicoll, Miss E. 
Lobban, George, joiner 
Russell, David, engineer 
Butchart, Alexander, plumber 
M 'Donald, Stewart, clerk 
Williamson, Robert P. , clerk 
Simpson, James, manager 
Thomson, Alex. R., yardsman 
Smith, Stewart, constable 
Mains loan here 
Olive street here 
Craigievar — 

Frank A. Hibberd, secretary 
Smith, Rev. David D. 
Robertson, George 
Gow, James C, grocer 
Carnethy — 

Andw. M. Black, musicseller 
Duff street here 
Forfar road here 
Stobsmuir road here 

CLEPINGTON STREET. 

DUNDONALD STREET. 

Fleming, Stuart, joiner 
Neave, Richard, vanman 
Lawson, John W., railwayman 
Dalgarno, William, painter 
Elder, John, compositor 
M'Crimmon,H, calenderwkr. 
Coull, Charles, shipwright 
Coull, William, tenter 
Ellis, John S., confectioner 
Proctor, Sidney 
Batchelor, Alfred, labourer 
Ferguson, William, foreman 
Galbraith, David, calenderwkr. 
Forbes, Mrs Robert 
Batchelor, Peter, bootmaker 
Taylor, James, confectioner 
Clark, David, labourer 
M'Lellan, Miss Janet 
Paterson, Norman, confectnr. 
M'Quillan, Mrs Ann 
Sheppard, William, cardriver 
Tannadice street here, 
Duncan, George 
Duncan, George, jr., caretaker 
Rodger, Jas. A.., garagekeeper 
Mackenzie, John, plumber 
Kinloch, Mrs Mary 
Marshall, Robert, confectioner 
Clark, John, ironturner 
Sabiston, James 
Henderson, Mrs Elizabeth 
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6 Fairweather, Wm. , warehsman. 
... Paterson, Archibald, tailor 

... Smith, James, traveller 

4 M'Mahon, Wm., machineman 

CLIVE ROAD. 

KINGSWAT. 

1 Isles, John, manager 

3 MacLean, Roderick, bank teller 

5 Scott, Mrs George E. 

7 Allen, KennethS. , wareh'seman 
9 Pendrich, Misses G. and L. 

1 1 Taylor, Wilfred E. L. , manager 

Bruce road here 
13 Wilson, John M., drysalter 
15 Milne, David R., traveller 

Y.M.C.A. Recreation Grounds 

CLIVE STREET. 

CLEPINGTON ROAD. 

1 Mill, Misses J. and M. 

3 Ross, Finlay F., secretary 

5 Spankie, Christian C, mer- 

chant 

8 Wright, John 

6 Campsie, William A., teacher 
... Cameron, Dr Elizabeth 

4 Ross, Rev. Hugh. G. 

2 Godfrey, David, merchant 

CLOAN ROAD. 

DOWNFIELD. 

7 Preston, D. Y., jun., engineer 
Frederick street here 

2 Abbot, J. Mackie, clerk 
... Ramsay, James, tele, exchange 

COBDEN STREET. 

LOCHEE ROAD. 

3 Cameron, Miss J., confectioner 

5 Edward, John, stationer, and 

Sub-Post Office 

9 Orchiston, Peter, baker 

11 Mitchell, Charles, plasterer 

13 Duncan, Mrs Elizabeth 

15 M'Lean, Alexander, chimney 

sweeper 
17 Brown, Miss Mary S., grocer 
21 Costella, Peter, fish restaurant 

Campbell street here 
23 Shields, James W., grocer 
25 Cameron, William, engineer 
35 Slidders, David, vehicle builder 
37 Jones, Herbert F., chemist 
39 Stewart, Miss Marjory, fruiter'r 
41 Duthie, James S., labourer 
43 Braid, Mrs Alice, confectioner 
47 Macintosh, Mrs E., newsagent 



51 Wilkie, Elizabeth 

... Saggar. Dr D. R. 

53 Smith , Mrs Margt. , confectioner 

55 Easton, Mrs Helen 

57 Battes, Jas., jun., lie. grocer 

Kilberry street here 
75 Low, James, mechanic 
77 Braid, Robert, linoleum worker 
81 M'Leish, James A., dairykpr. 
SlBLamb, Charles, mason 
83 Gardiner, George 
83JBurton, William, ironturner 
... Mitchell, Harry, mechanic 
... Glen, Miss Jessie, clerkess 
87 Scott, Alex., patternmaker 
89 Paton, Thos. , ret. police const. 
91 Lillie, William, gravedigger 
93 Hackney, David, lorrydriver 
... Hackney, J. A., electrician 
44 Henderson, Geo. , wine mercht. 
42 M'Kay, Miss A. S. 

Allan, David, retired engineer 

Morris, Miss Janet, dressmaker 

Fraser, Mrs Elizabeth 

Smart, Miss Margaret T. 

Alexander, Eliz. B. F. , teacher 
40 Dalziel, Mrs M. 
38 Stewart, Thomas M. , joiner 
36 Dalziel, George, insur. agent 
34 Wilkie, Mrs Helen 
28 Appleby, Mrs Veronica 
... Duff, John, church-officer 
26 Cable, Robert, calenderworker 
22 Levie, George 
20 Dargie, G. & J. , dairykeepers 

Gordon street here 
18 Dundee & Dist. Rescue Home; 
MissC. M. MacKinnon, matr'n 
16BPollock, James, ironturner 
16AMitchell, Mrs Mary 

12 Henderson, Miss, apartments 
... Carmichael, Mrs Margaret 

... Small, Stewart, painter 
... Dorward, William, motor engr. 
... Smith, George, machineman 
... Gardiner, Albert W.,upholster'r 
... Simpson, David, goods guard 
10 Turner, Miss Mary, grocer 

6 Flockhart.AlexanderW., house 
proprietor 

2 Lochee Road Church Hall 

COCHRANE STREET. 

DUDHOPE CRESCENT. 

9 Gellatly, William, labourer 

13 Cowie, Mrs Margaret 
... Stark, Mrs W. 

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Cochrane street — continued 
24 Connelly, John, coal merchant 

2 Hayes, James, overseer 
... M 'Donald, William, welder 
... Page, Patrick, cardboard cutter 
... Barrett, William, chauffeur 

... Moncur, David, machineman 

COLDSIDE ROAD. 

STRATHMORE AVENUE. 

Standard Mineral WaterWorks 
Duncan, W. & M. ,Ld. ,confectrs 
Rust, Mrs E. , dairykeeper 

COLLINGWOOD CRESCENT. 

BRIDGE STREET. 

1 Sandycombe — Mrs Low 

3 Ashbank— Wm. M. Hutchison, 

shipmaster 
5 Morton, John, C.A. 
7 Ardroy — William Campbell, 

customs officer 
11 Forwell, W. L., representative 

13 Locksley — Rev. John Adams 

15 Westal— 

William C. Smith, draper 

17 Kincorth— 

Hector Shepherd, insur. mgr. 

19 St Margaret's— 

Mrs William Rigby 

20 Alexander, Miss Eliza 

18 Ramsay, David C, shipmaster 

16 Ramsay, Adam W. 

14 Feathers, Mrs 

COLLINGWOOD PLACE. 

COLLINGWOOD STREET. 

Invermohr — David Watson 
COLLINGWOOD STREET. 

BRIDGE STREET. 
COLLINGWOOD TERRACE 

1 Clelland, James, engineer 

2 Brown, John, gunny broker 

4 Deas, Edwin H. , civil enginr. 

5 Nicoll, James, shipping agent 

6 Niven, David, marine engineer 
Greywood — Mrs Crowe 
Beach cottage — John B. Shaw 
Heron, Thos. G., jute merchant 
Rambutan — 

Alfred S. Mather, accountant 
Nicholson, Chas. , manufacturer 
Marada — 

Adam M'Kie, traveller 
Donallin — 

Albert W. Hutson, salesman 



Ardmhor — J. M. Gall, whole- 
sale tobacconist 
Gollingwood place, here 
Beachcroft — Frank H. Brad- 
bury, analytical chemist 
Barnhill Bowling Club 
Sandlea — Mrs A. J. Clarke 
Eden lodge — 
Mrs Ethel B. Baxter 
12 Edward & Sutherland, joiners 
... Sutherland, John, joiner 

COMMERCIAL STREET. 

1 Ritchie, James S., insur. broker 

. . . MercantileMariueServiceAsso- 
ciation; J. S. Ritchie, hon. agt. 

. . . Bates & Plant, produce brokers 

... Thompson, O. P. 

... Robson, Robert, engraver 
. . Betterwear Brushes, Ltd. 

. . . Johnston, Mrs M. 

... Dallas, Mrs Elizabeth 
5 Commercial court 

Mitchell & Smith, Ltd., pro- 
duce brokers 
Laskie, W., & Sons, wholesale 
grocers 
7 Dow,John,&Co.,Ld.,ironmers. 
9 Carswell.D. ,&Sons,wh. grocers 

... Gregory, F. J., & Co., produce 
brokers 

... Easson, Miss M., tobacconist 

... Dunn, Hugh, driller 

. . . Fenwick, James I. , butcher 

... Todd, Miss Bella 

... Smith, John, enginedriver 

21 Unemployment Assistance 
Board ; area offices 1 and 2 

23 Dickie, D., & Sons, ironmongers 

23£Brough, James, & Son, fruit 
merchants 

25 Sibbald,J.G.,&Son, housefctrs. 

27 Ross, James, merchant 

29 M'Intyre & Rae, C.A. 

... Lawson,W T .,&Co., whisky mer. 

33 Nairn, B. L., & Co., shipbrkrs. 

. . Nairn, B. L. , consul for Belgium 
and Latvia ; vice-consul for 
Denmark, Norway, &Esthonia 

. . . Employers' Liability Assurance 
Corporation, Ltd. ; Andrew 
J. Smith, district manager 

... Clerical, Medical, and General 
Life Assurance Society 

... Morris, Herbert, Ltd., lifting 
machinery manufacturers ; B. 
J. Scott, manager 

... Ross, Miss G., wine merchant 



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33 Roads, Miss S. S. 

Ogilvie, Mary, music teacher 
Robertson, David 
Abbot, Robert 

Scott, Christopher, ship-plater 
Elvin, George, lino, operator 
Fairweather, Mrs Harriet 
Coyne, Geo. L., jute salesman 
35 MalcolmsLtd. , house furnishers 
45 Refuge Assurance Co., Ltd. 
... Wesley an & General Insurance 
Society 
Smith, Mrs Christina 
M'Kenna, George A., solicitor 
Park Clothing & Supply Co., Ld. 
Gowans, David, &Son, solicitors 
Car and General Insurance Cor 
poration, Ltd. ; David Eussell, 
resident inspector 
Car Services, Ltd. ; David Rus 
sell, resident representative 
Kleen-e-ze Brush Co., Ltd. 
Christie, Mrs A., apartments 
Jackson, Mrs 

Powell, P. G., photographer 
Rae, Colin, painter 
Webster, Bryden, advertising 
manager 
. . . Thompson, Wm. , garage propr 

Seagate here 
51 Bodega Co., Ltd., wine mers. 
55 Trades Hotel 
57 M'Lean, Peter, Ltd., tobac- 
conists 
61 Ogilvie, J. Fyfe, teadealer 
63 Croll, D. & W., Ltd., seedsmen 

Murray gate here 
73 The Corner— 

G. L. Wilson, draper 
Alexander Howe, caretaker 
83 Friends' Provident & Century 
Life Office ; George Knowles, 
manager 
85 Commercial Bank of Scotland, 

Ltd ; Angus Gunn, agent 
87 Johnstone, Simpson,&Thomson, 

solicitors 

. . . Glasgow Guardian Society, Ld. ; 

J. R. Rutherford, secretary ; 

J. Clifford Todd, dist. mangr. 

... Milne, George, bank messenger 

. . . Ross, John C. , spirit merchant 

89 JJundee Corporation Gas De 

partment Showrooms ; Hor 

ace Johnson, manager 

91^Imperial Typewriter Office ; T. 

M. Sparks & Son 
93 Graham, D. H., bank messenger 



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104 



93 Finan, Alexander, ironturner 
... Mills, D. Wyllie, reporter 
... Dundee Burgh Insurance Com- 
mittee — David Duncan, clerk 
. . . Mackay , Irons, & Co. , chartered 

accountants 
... Matador Land and Cattle Co., 
Ltd.; Mackay, Irons, & Co., 
secretaries 
... Cavanah, H. C, C.A. 
... Lackie, G. A., traveller 
... Chapman, C. W., cashier 
95 Dundee Corporation Electricity 
Department Showrooms ; 
Richard S. Goddard, assistant 
97 Royal Insurance Co., Ltd. ; 
Thomas G. A. Miller, local 
manager 

Albert square here 

Northern Assurance Co. , Ltd. ; 
J. S. Riddell, secretary 

London and Scottish Assurance 
Corporation, Ltd. ; Scottish 
Metropolitan Assurance Co., 
Ltd. ; J. S. Riddell, secretary 

Buist, R., & Sons, upholsterers 

Lowe & Barrie, chartered archts. 

Mann, A., & Co., stockbrokers 

Maiden, Mary C. 

Nicol, James U., shipbroker 

Buist, Geo. , & Co. , jutemerchts. 

Exchange Telegraph Co., Ltd. 

Duncan, Miss Bella, blousem'kr 

Cooper, Fredk., warehouseman 

Gove, John, butcher 

M 'Robbie, Alexander 

London Assurance ; T. W. 
Robertson, resident secretary 

Davie, John Henderson, solict'r 

Nicoll, Miss 

Easson, Miss 

Bell, F. Routledge, mus. teacher 

Soutar, James, motordriver 

Burns, James, ironturner 

Clark, James, customs watcher 

M'Dougall, Thomas R., house- 
factor 

Bird, Norman J., C.A. 

Norwell & Co., painters 

Robertson & Bruce, Ltd., fine 
art dealers 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co. 

Murdoch & Paterson, stationers 

Petrie, A. Burns, & Allan, 
solicitors 

Underwood, Elliott Fisher, Ld. 

Morison, Pollexfen,&Blair,Ld. , 
shipagts ; G. B. Crabbe, agent 



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Commercial street — continued 
84 Crabbe, Geo. B., shipping agt. 
... Isles & Son, merchants 
... Kirkpatrick & Lauder, Ltd., 

chemical manufacturers 
... Bowring, Mrs Edward 
... Crockart, J. N. , bonesetter 
... Ramsay, Thomas, enginedriver 
... Reid, David D., motordriver 
.. Harrison, Mrs Mary 
80 Dundee Supply Company, Ltd. ; 

William 8. Gold, manager 
78 Morton, Jas. , & Son, clothiers 
74 Legal Insurance Co., Ltd. ; 

R. M. Noble, local director 
.. Peebles, Mrs F., apartments 
.. Cruickshank, John, newsagent 
.. M'Gill, MrsE. 
.. Scott, James, chauffeur 
.. Young, Miss Agnes 
70 Anderson, Jas. (Chemist), Ltd. 
... Robertson, Alexander, optician 

High street here 
54 Walker & Hall, Ltd., gold- 
smiths 
... Bell, Archibald, solicitor 
... Carlisle, Alfred W., solicitor 
... Findlay, W. A., C.A. 
52 Josephine, Madame, gown 
specialist 
High street here 
40 Dow, George L., hairdresser 
38 Fraser & Son, pictureframers 
36 Gollan,H.,& Son, Ld., jewellers 
34 Hazell, Wm. , & Son, lie. grocers 
... Henley's, W. T., Telegraph 

Works Co., Ltd. 
32 Operative Painters' Associa- 
tion; JohnKenneth, secretary 
30 Sloan,A.,&Co.,Ltd.,wa'hsemen 
26 Gauldie, Hardie, & Sharpe, 

architects 
... M 'Asian, Alexander, & Co., 

Ltd., warehousemen 
... Robertson, Mrs Margaret 
... Turpie, Miss 

24 Kingsley- Williams, W., elec- 
trical engineers 
20 Stephen, George, & Son, Ltd., 

iron and steel merchants 
18 M 'Grady. C. A., solicitor 
... Houlder Bros. & Co., Ltd., 

shipbroKers 
... Kinnear, W., & Co., Ltd., 

shipping agents 
... M'Laren, James, painter 
. . . Matthew, M. , & Son, clothiers 
16 Mill, Mrs A. B., spirit merch. 



Exchange street here 

6 Dundee Express Deliveries, 

carriers 
4 Tyre Services (Dundee), Ltd. 
2AMilne & Son, hairdressers 
2 Coast Lines, Ltd., steamship 

owners 
... Langlands, M., & Sons, Ltd., 

shipping agents 

CONSTABLE LANE. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

7 Watson, William B. 

... Watson, W. B.,jun., watchmkr. 
9 Hall, James, painter 

11 Kinnear, John 

15 Langlands, Misses 
6 Kobine, A. A., engineer 
4 Porter, Miss B. B. 

CONSTABLE STREET. 

EAST END OF COWGATE. 

15 MacDonald, D. J.,Ltd.,engin'rs 

... Tay Oil & Paint Co., Dundee, 
Ltd. 
Dens street here 
Middle street here 

35 Jamieson, David M., spiritdlr. 

51 Cochrane, Mrs J., coal merch. 

76 M'Kay, Robert, confectioner 

72 Hamilton, James, & Son, manu- 
facturing chemists 

70 Bell itock Mf tg. Co. , shirtmkrs. 
Middle street here 

54 Sinclair, Margaret, confectnr. 

44 M'Bain, Elizabeth 

22 Constable Street Baths and 
Wash-houses 

20 Taylor, Angus, calenderwork'r 

14 Montgomery, David, calender- 
worker 

12 Wilkie, George, hacklemaker 
10 Boyle, J. R. , fruiterer 

2 Lower Dens Mills; Baxter Bros. 

& Co. , Ltd. , manufacturers 

CONSTITUTION ROAD. 

(One way street — between Con- 
stitution street and Barrack 
road. Northwards. Between 
Euclid street and Bell street, 
Southwards, horse traffic only) 
1 General Post Office ; James 
Dempster, postmaster 
Euclid street here 

3 Lowden, John W. 
... Kidd, Miss 

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3 Bond, Thomas A. 
... Lamb, Miss 
5 Star Stores, Ltd., drapers 

Bell street here 
17 M 'Fawns, David, caretaker 

Bell Street lane here 
21 Lucibell, Norrie, confectioner 
23 Macewan,Robt. A., hairdresser 
25 Robertson, Miss H., fruiterer 
27 Chapelshade Church 
... Maxwell, William, postman 
... Sturrock, Geo., commissionaire 
... Hutchison, Mrs 
... Smith, Miss Louisa 
... Alexander, Miss Grace 
27AJohnston, George, bootmaker 
29 Robertson, Mrs lsa. , wine mer. 
31 Reid, Miss Margaret 
... Scott, David, waiter 
... Atkinson, Miss 
33 Hodge, John T., stationer 
35 Kay, Miss Jessie 
... Shaw, Miss Jessie 
... Lindsay, David, plumber 
... Roberts, John, porter 
... Cochrane, Wm., upholsterer 
37 BreadalbaneArms — Mrs Angus 

MacLeod, spiritdealer 
4lARoy, Miss M. H, fruiterer 
43 Scott, James, gardener 
... Scott, Charles, cardriver 
... Crawford, Andrew, packer 
45 Braid, Mrs Jane, grocer 
47 Duncan, James, butcher 
49 Munro, Charles R., baker 

Mid street here 
53 Williamson Unitarian Mem 

orial Church 
... Gill, Frederick, church -officer 
55 Public Health Institute(Dundee 

Corporation) 
59 Salem street 

Ogilvie, Alex. , & Son, plasterers 

Ogilvie, William, plasterer 

Salem Chapel 

Walker, James F., artist 

Bruce, Mrs Mary 

Lees, John H. , concrete worker 

Murray, Miss Marie, shop 
assistant 

Middleton, Robert S., clerk 
6 1 Anastasio, Giuseppe, restauratr 
6lBRitchie, James B., chemist 
6lASmith, Frank, musician 
... Grant, Betty, photographer 
63 Stobart, Adjutant, S.A. 
... Jack, Mrs Margaret 
... Craven, R. S., clerk 



63 Thornton, Walter R., clerk 

... Macrae, Mrs Mary 

... Ross, Mrs M., furrier 

... Ross, John, furrier 

... Johnston, Miss Margaret 

65 Dundee Eastern Co-op. Soc.,Ld. 

69 Ramsay, Mrs Mina 

... Duncan, Mrs Jane 

. . . Davidson, Jos. S. , tailor's cutter 

... Marshall, Charles S., cooper 

... Stuart, David, signalman 

Dudhope street here 

Laurelbank here 

Prospect place here 
77 Miller, Dr Robert 
... Skinner, Mrs 

Union terrace, here 

Constitidion terrace here 

Bleaching Green 

Barrack road here 
24 Malcolm, Alex., blacksmith 
... Anderson, Mrs M. 
... Lambert, Sydney, baker 
... Duncan, Mrs Isabella 
... Anderson, David, traveller 

22 Malloch, Mrs Isabella 
20 Summers, Mrs B. 

Catholic Apostolic Church 
Dudhope Crescent road here 
Constitution Rd. Bury'gGround 
West Bell street here 

12 St Cuthbert's Church Hall 

10 Y.M.C.A. Rooms— 

W. L. Nicoll, caretaker 
Ward Chapel 

CONSTITUTION STREET. 

CONSTITUTION ROAD. 

lASalvation Army Hall 
lBYoung, Alexander, yarnsizer 
... Mechan, Mrs Margaret 

Rosebank street here 
1 Breslin, Frank, boot repairer 
7 Martin, Robert, labourer 

Ogilvie' s road here 
9 Adams, David B., grocer 

11 Shaw, Harry, baker 

13 Cameron, William, glazier 
15 Barclay, Denton, bootmaker 
17 Sime, Charles, dentist 

... Wood, Joseph 
... Bayne, Miss Nellie J. 
. . . Bayne, C. Grahame,housef actor 
... Ritchie, Charles S. , tenter 
... Ritchie, James B., chemist 
Lawson place here 

23 Martin, Miss Amy, confectioner 
27 Burlinson, J. , marine engineer 



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Constitution street — continued 

27 Findlay, David A., fruiterer 

29 Do u gall, James 
... Lawrence, James 
... Lees, Adam, joiner 

... Wilson, Miss Edith, laundry 

fores woman 
. . . Latto, Mrs J. , grocer 

31 Grant, W. G., & Co., Ltd., 

manufacturers 
37 Andrew, W. G. 
... Curt, Reginald, silk buyer 

39 Crabb, John G., manager 

41 Fleming, Misses M. and J. 

43 Murray, Dr T. J. 

45 Dungarth — Mrs Templeman 
76 Dundee Central Mission ; Miss 

Johnston, evangelist 

Rose lane here 

Rosebank Church 
56 Farquharson, Jas. S. C. , draper 
... Farquharson, David 

Dons road here 
50 Vettraino, Jack, confectioner 
48 Airth, George C, joiner 
... Smith, Thomas, engineer 

46 Humphreys, William 
. . . Paton, Mrs Annie 

... Duncan, James, compositor 
... Burke, John, milloverseer 

44 Cuthbert, Mrs Margt., station'r 

42 Connell, Mrs Helen, confectnr. 

40 Tolmie, Mrs Helen 

... Pearl Steam Laundry ; Mrs 

Andrew Munro, proprietrix 
36 Drysdale, William, butcher 
34 Gow, Miss W., confectioner 

32 Gordon, Mrs E. 

... Cameron, George, storekeeper 
. . . Hughes, Miss Allison, grocer 
... Thomson, William J., grocer 

30 Fortuna, Giovanni, restaurateur 
Rosebank street here 

28 Cook, Annie, confectioner 

24 Hare, J. K., brush manufactr. 
Moir, William D., taxidriver 
Milne, Miss 
... Duncan, James, butcher 

Wallace, Harry 
22 Mason, Geo., ret'd police sergt. 
.. Scott, Mrs Eliza, confectioner 
.. Carrick, William G, joiner 
.. Kidd, David B., baker 
.. Breslin, John, boot repairer 
.. Rattray, Geo. , retired postman 
.. Myles, James, baker 
20 Kirkwood, John, hairdresser 
... Fleming, William, mason 



20 Kane, James, electrician 
... Milne, David, police constable 
18 Strachan, Mrs 
2 High, David, shipworker 

CONSTITUTION STREET— Upper. 

ROSEMOUNT TERRACE 

1 Ferguson, Mrs Eleanor 

2 Valentine, Archibald, traveller 
... Reid, Peter P. 

3 Neish, Misses 
... Neish, Miss E. R., draper 

4 Mair, Miss M. I., teacher 

7 Mitchell, Norman R, traveller 
9 Blyth, George, provision merch. 

11 Anderson, James J. 

13 Gault, Scott, clerk 
Macaulay street here 

8 Rheinbach, Mrs 
6 Chalmers, Robt., spirit merch. 

CONSTITUTION TERRACE. 

CONSTITUTION ROAD. 

2 Dhuard— 

William Bruce, manufacturer 

4 Chalmers, Harry 

6 Stewart, Misses 

8 Milne, David D., joiner 
... Black, Mrs J. A. 
... Aitken, Mrs H. 
10 Johnston, Miss E., evangelist 

12 Hunter, Dr J. H. 

14 Allan, William, architect 
16 Young Women's Hostel; Miss 

MacDonald, matron 

CORSO STREET. 

PEDUIE STREET. 

1 Wood, James, joiner 
... Walker, William, lorry driver 

.. Young, Robert 
... Souter, John, fireman 

3 Davidson, George, tenter 
... Robertson, Mrs Margaret 
. . . Bannerman, Thomas, busdriver 
... Forrest, John E., compositor 
... Brown, Adam, compositor 

5 Buchan, Mrs Agnes 
. . . Methven, Miss Margaret, nurse 
. . . Steven, George, meter inspectr. 
... Deuchars, Peter, clerk 
... Stewart, James, window cleaner 

7 Gillies, Mrs Graham 
... Thomson, Jas., cloth inspector 
... Robertson, Alexander, printer 
... Mason, George M., hairdresser 
... Lowe, Charles, constable 

9 Flood, Edward, factoryworker 



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16 



Donaldson, Alex.,carpetweav'r 
Strachan, Hugh, compositor 
Strachan, George, chemist 
Sime, John, motor mechanic 
Gunn, Mrs George, midwife 
Wilkie, James, gardener 
Lynch, John, motordriver 
Melville, William 
Ogilvie, William, overseer 
Tindal, Joseph, mechanic 
Barrie, William, chauffeur 
Mackie, Charles, van salesman 
Doig, Mrs Mary 
Ferguson, Robert, enginedriver 
Drysdale, John, clerk 
Young, William, traveller 
Spark, Mrs Jane 
Stewart, David, joiner 
M "Kiddie, Joseph, baker 
Mason, John R. , cartoonist 
Stewart, Alfred, motorengineer 
Campbell, Ewan A., constable 
Annan, Alexander, turner 
M' Walter, George, overseer 
Gordon, John M., insur. agent 
Wilson, A., cardriver 
Stewart, Ernest, grocer's mangr. 
Wilson, Mrs Bessie, restauratr. 
Strachan, George, enginedriver 
Wynd, Mrs E. 
Lowden, Rich. , police constable 
Macfarlane, John, newsagent 
Graham, Alex., enginedriver 
Jolly, R. , confectioner 
Gillespie, John, printer 
Low, George, chauffeur 
Keith, Charles H., motordriver 
Munro, Miss 
M 'Walter, Miss E. R. 
Cowieson, John, fireman 
Mackenzie, Miss Mary 
Nicoll, Robert, baker 
Steel, Norman, asst. registrar 
Edwards, David, foreman 
Tulloch, Mrs Mackenzie, certi- 
fied midwife 
Clark, Robert, goods guard 
Martin, William, hairdresser 
Gibson, Patrick C, ironturner 
Nicol, William L. , clothier 
Davidson, John, frenchpolisher 
Robbins, Patrick, claims officer 
Culross, Robert, chauffeur 
Urquhart, Geo., tramdriver 
Kinnes, William, chauffeur 
Strachan, David L., confec 

tioner 
Smith, William B. 



16 Dargie, John, blacksmith 

... Stewart, John, ironturner 

... Farquharson, Alex. , electrician 

14 Sturrock, Paton, joiner 

... Murray, Robert, enginedriver 

... Davidson, John K., machine - 

man 
... Selbie, John, compositor 
... M 'Hardy, C. 
... Devine, Charles, overseer 
Tait's lane here 

6 Graham, William, billiard-room 

proprietor 

4 Chalmers, John, engineer 
2 Inglis, William, moulder 

... Wilkie, Mrs Jane 

COTTON ROAD. 

VICTORIA ROAD. 

19 Kerr, Miss Elizabeth 

21 Peat, James, hacklemaker 
... Keith, John, factory worker 
... M'Glashan, Mrs Margaret 

29 Melville & Co., aerated water 

manufacturers 
31 Melville, D. G. 

39 MacGregor, D. G., grocer 
45 Smith, John D., labourer 
... Skelly, William 

55 Foster, Charles, grocer 

Laing street here 
57 Hillbank Hall 
59 Ogilvie, James, plumber 
54 Ann Street Public School 

40 Anderson, Mrs Mary 

34 Sime, Miss Jessie, confectnr. 

24 Houston, Barbara 

... Dale, Alexander, fitter 

22 Smith, James, grocer 
18AMartin, Wm. T., ironmonger 

14 Reid, James, motordriver 

10 Blackley, Harry, patternmkr. 
... Ferguson, Mrs Mary Ann 
8 Madden, Robert, labourer 
... Watt, James, labourer 

COUPAR STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

1 Petrie, Miss Mary, grocer 

5 Low, Mrs W. 

7 Stark, Mrs Alfred, coalmerch. 
13 Williamson & Co., engineers 
... Forrester, Ernest, traveller 

15 M'Intosh, Mrs Agnes 

... Rennie, William Y., teacher 
... MacKenzie, John 

25 Penny, James, warehouseman 
31 King, William, dyer 



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Coupar street — continued 

37 Carver, James, & Son, ware 

housemen 

39 Carver, Da v. M. warehouseman 
Gordon street here 

43ACockburn, Samuel J. 

... Cockburn, Mrs Agnes, draper 

47 Brown, W. R., clerk 

51 Adam, William, porter 

53 Neish, Mrs Mary 

... Coupar, Alex., tramwayman 

55 Webster, Alex., lamplighter 

57 Flight, Joseph, tenter 

88 Baxter, Mrs Agnes, grocer 

76 Dewar, James 

... Kinnear, D. L. C.,machineman 

... Stevenson, James, postman 

Gordon street here 
30 Murray, Mrs A. 
... M'Intyre, Mrs C, weaver 
... Malloy, Miss Annie, confectnr. 
28 Shepherd, Alex., machineman 
26 Robertson, David W., carpenter 
24 Ross, Duncan M., mill worker 
16 Reilly, Edward, bootmaker 
14 Melville, Miss Mina 
12 Malcolm, Mrs Margaret 

COUPAR ANGUS ROAD. 

LOCHEE. 

3 Williamson, Rev. H. Angus 
5 Yeaman, Wra. , police constable 
7 Beat, Sidney, joiner 

Davie, Francis, newsagent 
Bryce, Alexander N. , M.A 

headmaster 
M 'Donald, Mark, warehouseman 
M'Lean, John, police inspector 
Beat, David, builder 
Muckersie, Misses 
Melville, James, engineer 
9 M 'Dougall, Wm. , fruit mercht. 
... Kidd, Mrs Jane 
11 Dryburgh house — 

Mrs William Scott 
... Stewart, James, gardener 
46 Leslie, James, grieve 
44 Dryburgh — T. P. Douglas 
Murray, factor 
John Smith, gardener 

40 Homefield — 

Alfred Stevenson, manufactr. 
Ewart Stevenson, manufactr. 

38 Spalding, Miss Ethel H. 
36 Wilkie, Mrs John R. 

34 Davidson, T. H., brassfounder 
... Palmer, Mrs George 
20 Shirlaw, Rev. Hugh 



18 Thomson, John H. , chemist 

16 Bodin, Rev. William 

14 Mitchell, Misses 

12 Burgess, Reginald, teacher 

8 Laverock, J. W., solicitor 
... Laverock, Thomas, solicitor 

6 Husband, Andrew, draper 

4 Donaldson, Mrs Allan 
... Turpie, David, valuer 

COURT STREET. 

CLEPINGTON. 

lARobertson, Alex., engineer 
1 Walker, John, confectioner 
3 Spence, Mrs Jeannie 
. . . Christie, Wm. , warehouseman 
. . . Easton, George, police constable 
... Thomson, Andrew, tailor 

5 Pearson, Geo., calenderworker 
... Murie, Mrs Jemima 

7 Kennedy, John 

... Ford, William L., grocer 
... Sharp, John, organbuilder 
... Chalmers, Miss Margaret 
... Robertson, John, cardriver 
... Gray, Alex., police constable 
... Garland, Mrs 

9 Stewart, George, baker 
... Miller, James 

... Boyd, Alexander, enginefitter 

... Beattie, John 

11 Phin, Mrs 

... Milne, David, mason 

... Nicoll, W. L., caretaker 

... Webster, John, plumber 

... Fair, Alex. R., woodcarver 

13 Home, William 

... Thomson, George, raily. porter 

15 Patterson, Maxwell, fruiterer 
... Ross, Miss, spirella corsetiere 
... Soutar, Robert, tramdriver 
... M'Inroy, George, postman 

17 Matthew, Robert, traveller 
... Borrie, William, moulder 
... Morrison, David, tilelayer 

19 Heron, John, shop assistant 

.. Milne, David, jute warehsemn. 
... Boyd, Alexander, brakesman 
21 Black, Alfred, mechanic 
... Hay, James, mason 
... Sandeman, John, hairdresser 
23 Fraser, William, foreman 
... Boath, Charles, jute porter 
. . . Alexander, David, van salesman 
... Johnston, David C. , fireman 
48 Shaw, Harry, baker 
46 Torano, Mario, restaurateur 

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44Ajones, Mrs Christina, newsagt. 
44 Mill, James, confectioner 
— Dingsdale, Albert, mechanic 
... Todd, Wm., harbour porter 
... Watson, John M., joiner 
42 Spence,Alex. H., tramdriver 
. . . Cumming, Mrs Jane 
... Constable, Mrs Ellen 
... Ritchie, James, traveller 
... Chalmers, Peter, chauffeur 
... Clark, James, foreman 
... Laird, Andrew, painter 
40 Gordon, William, plumber 
... Hay, David, mechanic 
... Brown, James H., joiner 
... Nairn, Mrs 
... Matthew, John, collector 
38 Scrimgeour, John, joiner 
... Anderson, Daniel, spirit mer 

chant 
... Cranmer, William, painter 
... Young, John D., foreman 
... Robertson, Geo., coppersmith 
SO Mudie, William, grocer 
20 Wallace, William M., gardener 
12 Garland, Mrs, dining-rooms 
10 Gourlay, JSlrs Isabella 
8 Kydd, Mrs Jessie, grocer 
4 Costello, W. & P., slaters 
2 Monaghan, John, labourer 
. . . Whitton, David, rlwy. foreman 

COURT STREET— North. 

CLEPINGTON ROAD. 

25 Crighton, J. M., irouturner 

. . . Ward, Mrs John 

. . . Jamieson, Mrs Hazel 

... Scott, Albert, grocer 

... Allan, Joseph, shipwright 

... M 'Hardy, Mrs Isabella 

27 Keith, David, motordriver 

... Jack, George, brassfinisher 

... Cormack, Alex., ironmoulder 

... Conning, James, fireman 

29 Hendry, James, traveller 

... Cairnie, Peter, printer 

... Simpson, James, milksalesman 

... Whitton, James, engineer 

31 Walker, George L., foreman 

... Marshall, David, constable 

. . . Kerr, William, police constable 

... Bonnar, John, railway lampman 

... Walker, William, clerk 

... Joiner, George, blacksmith 

Arlclay terrace here 
33 M'Nab, Donald, bus conductor 
... M 'Crow, John, engineer 
. . . Milne, George W. , hairdresser 



33 Hogg, Mrs William 

... Coupar, William M., book -kpr. 

... Coupar, Miss Jean, confectnr. 

... Crichton, Mrs A. 

... Duff, James, grocer 

35 Murray, Donald, ironmoulder 

... Keegan, Joseph, tele, linesman 

... Sydie, Peter, boilermaker 

... Matthew, Alexander, fireman 

... Brown, John, porter 

... Grange, William, traveller 

37 Broadley ,Chas. , tram wy . insptr . 

... Wilson, Alexander, clerk 

... Mackay, Mrs Agnes 

... Campbell, Mrs Emily 

39 Hogg, William, engineer 

... Middleton, John, fitter 

... M'Laren, Misses 

... Ray, George, butcher 

70 Bennett, John, tailor 

... M'Kenzie, Robert, gasworker 

... Brown, Alexander 

... Allerdyce, Alex., cablejointer 

... M'Luroy, Thomas, engineer 

... Francis, Forbes, grocer 

68 Cook, Win., insurance agent 

... Valentine, D., clothier's ass'nt 

... Low, Alexander, riveter 

... Burry, Mrs M. 

... Carmichael, Charles, traveller 

66 Abernethy, James, postman 

... Gray, Mrs 

... Glenday, David, tenter 

... Proctor, James, plasterer 

... Imlay, George, enginedriver 

64 Dickson, Thomas, bootmaker 

... Smith, Henry A., mason 

... Moon, W. M., clerk 

... Allan, Stewart, joiner 

... Mitchell, Wm. D., mechanic 

Arklay terrace here 
62 Neilson, Andrew, upholsterer 
... Urquhart,Wm., police sergeant 
... Anderson, Jas., coachbuilder 
... Cameron, Alex., mechanic 
. . . Cumming, James, plumber 
60 Begbie, William F., fitter 
.., Smith, Mrs Jane 
... Fenton, Alex., cabinetmaker 
... Smeaton, James, engineer 
... Lornie, Mrs A. 
... Gibson, William, watchmaker 
58 Stark, William M., traveller 
... Robb, Wm., attendance officer 
... Horribine, Joseph, warehouse- 
man 
... Downton, George, cooper 
56 M'Allister, William labourer 



252 

Court street, North — continued 
56 Paris, Frederick, caulker 
. . . Ferguson , Alexander, sawmiller 
... Ferguson, William, draper 
... Petri e, James, warehouseman 
... Thomson, Miss Eliza, draper 
... Hill, James, engineer 



COWGATE. 

5 Association of Jute Spinners 
and Manufacturers ; Frank 
S. Cathro, secretary 

. . . Inland Revenue Valuation Dept. 

... Customs and Excise 

... LIVERPOOL AND LONDON 
AND GLOBE INSURANCE 
CO., Ltd. ; W. R. M'Niven, 
local manager 

... Central Insurance Co., Ltd. ; 
W. R. M'Niven, local mngr. 

... Dargie, Mrs 

7 Maconachie, Wm., confectioner 
9 Washington Soda Fountain Co. 

11 Grant, Jas., & Co., Ltd., house 
furnishers 

15 Husband, P. F. & J. , solicitors 

. . . North of Scotland Reversionary 
Co. , Ltd. ; P. F. & J. Husband, 
secretaries 

... Provident Clothing Supply Co., 
Ltd. 

17 Garland, Alex., tobacconist 

19 Clydesdale Supply Co., Ltd 
radio dealers 

21 King's Billiard Rooms ; J. W. 
Gordon, proprietor 

23 Millett's Stores (1928), Ltd. 
Government contractors 

27 King's Theatre ; Provincial 
Cinematograph Theatres, 
Ltd., proprietors; R. C 
Harvey, manager 

29 Pickles & Co., wholesale ware- 
housemen 
St Andrew's street here 

31 Bruce & Copestick, ticket writ. 

33 M 'Gavin, R. E., & Co., mer 
chants 

... Sutherland, J. S., & Co., mer- 
chants 

... Cuthbert, Henry V., solicitor 

... Paton, H. R., clerk 

... Noble, John, cinema operator 

35 Crabb, Da vidN., electrical engr. 

... Forbes, Charles, lodging-house 
keeper 

... Law, George, slater 

... Kyle, Frank, mason 



STREET DIRECTORY. 

35 M'Lachlan, Duncan, tailor 
... Hart, James E., dockgateman 
... Lundie, The R. H, Co., whole- 
sale stationers 
... Fleming, Alex. M., art dealer 
37 Miller, John R., wholesale ware- 
houseman 
39 Anderson, W., &Co., jute mer- 
chants 
41 Pearson, Wm., calenderworker 
43 Shaw, Mrs Elizabeth, confec- 
tioner 
45 Marshall, James, underclothing 
manufacturer 
Sugarhouse wynd here 
55 Sives, W. J. , wholesale draper 
... Ralston & M'Kell, wholesale 

warehousemen 
57 Pearson, John, baker 
.. Morris, William 
59 Duff, W. Murray, engineer 
61 Dundee Calendering Co., Ltd. 
... Gibb, John B. , sailmaker 
... Shaw, Mrs Eliz. , confectioner 

63 Behrens, E., & Co., merchants 

67 Milne, Miss Elizabeth 
... Reid, Miss Mary 

73 Howe & Brother (Dundee), 
Ltd., jute merchants 

Queen street here 
89 Sturrock, Thomas, & Co., mer- 
chants 

105 Crighton, J., & Sons, plumbers 
111 Shepherd, Inglis (Dundee), 

Ltd., joiners 
. . . Symers & Co. , paper merchants 
113 Anderson, Wm., &Co., motor 

trade specialists 
123isGray, D. J. T. , & Co. , merchants 
125 Gorrie, Mrs, general dealer 
Constable street here 
St Roqite's lane here 
116 Smith, Peter, spirit merchant 
108 Stratton, J. M.,advt. contractor 

106 White, J. B., Ltd., publishers 
100 East Port Works Co., calendrs. 

80 Low, John N., millfurnisher 
76 Ross,W.M.,wholesalestationer 

74 Kahan, Mrs Sophia 

68 Ward, George, labourer 

64 Aimer, James, coffee merchant 
Cowgate Public School; John 

R. Simpson, headmaster ; 

James Johnston, caretaker 
50 Cowgate Calender ; William 

Cowley & Sons 
34 Crichton, Wm. M., elect, engr. 
32 Cargill, John, merchant 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



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32 Douglas, M. G., jute broker 
30 Wood & Cairns, Ltd. 
28 Vaughan & Co., wholesale 
warehousemen 
King street here 
24 Wallace & Weir, Ltd. (Glas- 
gow), clothiers 
22 Ponsford's, radio dealers 
20 Ross, William, irondriller 
... Hoskins, George, grocer 
. . . Mackay, M iss Ann 
... Crighton, John 
... Ritchie, Mrs G., apartments 
... Watson, David, plumber 
... Bremer, John, tramdriver 
18 Rennie's Furniture Saloon 
16 National Bank of Scotland, Ld.; 

J. G. Lindsay, agent 
14a Whitfield & Sturrock, tailors 
14 Esplin& Clark, property agents 
... MacBain, A. B. , houseagent 
12 MacMillan & Munro, conf ectrs. 
10 Chalmers, Thomas, gamedealer 

8 Swan, James Y., newsagent 

2 Sutton, N. L., Ltd., mantle 

manufacturers 

COX STREET. 

DOWNFIELD. 

1 Edwards, Geo. A., spirit mer 
chant 

3 Baxter, Helen E. 
... Glen, Mrs 

... Scott, Isabel 

... Thomson, George 

4 Lawrence, William, assistant 

superintendent 

5 Gibson, David, jun., fish merch. 

6 Hay, Gilbert E., & Co., mers. 

CRAIG STREET. 

WEST DOCK STREET. 

1 Bathie, Mrs John M., spirit mer- 
chant 
3 Rock,|Peter, lodginghse-keeper 
... Brady, Mrs Beatrice, caretaker 

9 Mutter, Howey, & Co., Ltd. 

contractors 
... Millar, D. S. 

... Murray, William S., foreman 
... M'Quattie, Mrs 
... Stibbles, John, seaman 
... Beaton, Frank, seaman 
... M'Intosh, James, clerk 
... Barlow, Joseph, shipowner 
... Duncan, David, foreman 
... Keith, Alexander F., seedsman 
Lyall, Christopher, fruiterer 



Craig Street Market 
4 Dundee Eastern Co-operative 
Society, Ltd. , coal depot 

CRAIGIE AVENUE. 

CRAIGIEBANK. 

45 Watson, Allan, manager 
47 Mason, James 
... Mason, Miss B. H., draper 
49 Scott, David, deputy city cham- 
berlain 
51 Bamsay, Miss Mary 

Bescobie avenue here 
57 M'Pherson, John, overseer 

Balgavies Avenue here 
61 Armstrong, David 
63 M'Kay, Bert, manager 
65 Band, John C, manager 

Garlochie place here 

Greendylces road here 

Carlochie place here 
73 Elder, Miss Mabel, clerkess 
75 Rae, Sydenham W. , weigh clerk 
77 Eagleton, Miss 
79 Low, David, painter 
81 Elder, Albert, meat salesman 
83 Robertson, A., harbour porter 
85 Robbie, Misses 
87 Cameron, A., clerk 

Nor an avenue here 
89 Gillespie, Mrs Jessie 
91 Dixon, Mrs William 
93 Dempster, John, clerk 
95 Cairns, James, police constable 

97 Buchanan, A. ,engineersurvey or 
99 Forsyth, Wm., lino, operator 

101 Hill, John G., mercantile marine 

103 Brown, James S., railwayman 

105 Strachan, J. H. 

107 Wilson, Wm. M'G., shipwright 

109 Hebenton, David, lino, operator 
111 Young, Thomas, clerk 

113 Dignan, Frank, ship-plater 
1 15 Miller, James, police sergeant 
117 Marshall, Peter, boots 
119 Watson, Isaac, milloverseer 
121 M.'Kinnon, James, draper 
123 Geldard, Wm. H, bandmaster 
125 Fullerton, Mrs J. 
127 M 'Hardy, Mrs Helen 

110 M'Phie, J., engineer surveyor 

108 Henderson, Alex., manager 

106 Reoch, Harry, teacher 

104 Jamieson, George, hairdresser 
Dean avenue here 

102 Lyon, Robert D., bank teller 
100 Wallace, Mrs J. C. 

98 Forbes, David M., inspector 



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Craigie avenue— continued 
96 Dunlop, Alexander, constable 

Lochlee terrace here 
94 Dair, William, fireman 
92 Gloak, Mrs Jemima 
90 Strachan, Miss Alice 
88 Brown, Alexander, clerk 
86 Donaldson, Albert, telegraphist 

Noran avenue here 
84 Lloyd, Ernest, draughtsman 
82 Wilson, Mrs G. 
80 Johnston, Charles, grocer 
78 Chalmers, James, bank teller 

Carlochie place here 

Greendykes road here 
70 Fe.nton, William S., manager 
68 Craig, Robt.E., retired postman 
66 Berney, George B., traveller 
64 Valentine, John 
62 Geddes, Chas., advert, inspctr. 

Balgavies avenue here 
60 Lowdon, Mrs Margaret 
58 Maclaren, Mrs 
56 M'Killop, James, caterer 
52 Birkbeck, John, printer 
50 Nicoll, Edwin J., chief officer 
48 Dean, Alfred, lithographer 
46 Young, John R. W., clerk 
44 Campbell, John, clerk 
42 Don, William G., traveller 
40 Kennedy, James, milksalesman 

Kinnordy terrace here 

Strips of Craigie road here 

Craigie House Nursing Home- 
Miss Brodie, principal 

Westerton of Craigie — 
C. R. Cleghorn, manufacturer 

The Wyck— 
Fred. Batchelor, farmer 

Whiteburn — 
Andrew Inglis Shepherd 

Craigiebarn road here 

Belsize — 
James Robertson, merchant 

Redholm — Mrs Norman Baxter 



CRAIGIE STREET. 

ALBERT STREET. 

1 O'Neill, Miss Margaret 
3 Gibb, Alex., calenderworker 
5 Henderson, William, labourer 
7 Annand, Mrs 
9 Smith, Mrs 
1] Hutchison, Mrs Robert 
., Moncur, Alex., factory worker 
. . . Manson, James, cooper 
... Smith, William, turner 



STREET DIRECTORY. 

11 Scrimgeour. Lawrence, porter 
... M'Callum, William, brush 

manufacturer 
13 Gourlay, John, mechanic 

17 Meechan, Stephen, millforeman 
... Cheyne, Andrew, watchmaker 
... Tait, Gordon, milk salesman 
... Reid, Harry, plumber 
... Inglis, Mrs L. 

... M'Donald, Donald, dairykeeper 
... Buntin, Robert, mechanic 
21 M'Kenzie, Robert, labourer 
23 Henderson, L. , calenderworker 
25 Guthrie, Andrew, docker 
27 Watson, James, vanman 
31 Leighton, Charles, grocer 
20 Scott, Andrew, grocer 

18 Hynd, Joseph, riveter 

12 Wallace, George, busdriver 
10 Reid, Gavin, baker 

8 Cartmill,Robt., calenderworker 

6 Dorward, David, docker 

4 Mann. Mrs 
... Wilson, Mrs J. 

2 Edwards, Margaret, grocer 
. . . Edwards, Miss B. , confectioner 
... Fraser, William J., clerk 
... Paterson, Chas. , marine engnr. 
. . . Coleman, Pat. , jun. , hairdresser 



CRAIGIEBARNS ROAD. 

CRAIGIE AVENUE. 

Craigiebarns — 
Archibald S. Briggs 

Netherton of Craigie — 
James A. G. Grant 

Stirling house- 
Alan Fraser, auctioneer 

The Ridge— 
J. R. L. Halley, manufacturer 

CRESCENT LANE. 

PRINCES STREET. 

1 King, Johnston, boot repairer 
... Petrie, Joseph, coachpainter 
Ferguson street here 

57 Campbell, Mrs F. 

... Mitchell, George, shipwright 
Victoria street here 

58 Thomson, Robert, stableman 
... Clark, Arthur G., confectioner 
... Kelly, John, car conductor 

50 Thomson, Robert A. G. 

48 Leaburn, Alex. , general dealer 

... Clark, William, enginedriver 

Ferguson street here 
28 Payne, Robert, labourer 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



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26 Stocks, Thomas C, & Sons, 

builders 
16 M 'Govern, Mrs Elizabeth 

8 Birrell, James, painter 

6 Ashton, James, & Son, joiners 

2 Berry, William 

CRESCENT STREET. 

PRINCES STREET. 

3 Falconer, John, labourer 
5 Lorimer, George, labourer 

9 Birnie, Mrs Thos. , confectioner 
Wallacetown Public School ; 

Robert Nicol, headmaster ; 
David Ramsay, janitor 
23 Small, Robert, tailor 
25 Finlayson, Thos., motor meek. 
31 Buick, Charles 
... Soutter, James, upholsterer 
. . . Rutherford, D. , linoleum wrkr. 
33 Stewart, Mrs, grocer 
35 Cuthill, Alexander, storekeeper 
51 Binnie, Alexander, collector 
... M'Lean, William, irondriller 
... Torbet, James, brassfinisher 
... M'Dougall, James, carpenter 
55 Brown, Charles, turner 

Ferguson street here 
63 Fawns, Peter, coppersmith 
... Blyth, Alice, grocer 
... Bishop, James, gasworker 
67 Urquhart, William, mason 
69 Taylor, John, ironturner 
71 Wilson, Robert, dock labourer 

Wallacetown Church 

Wallacetown Public School ; 
Robert Nicol, headmaster 

Brown Constable street here 

Dens Works Factory ; Baxter 
Brothers & Co., Ltd., manu- 
facturers 

CRICHTON STREET. 

HIGH STREET. 

3 Waddell, R. D., Ltd., pork 

butchers 
5 Brown & Strachan, chemists 
Crichtom buildings 

7 Grant, John, & Sons, Ltd., 

grain merchants 
... Scottish Speedwell Co., Ltd., 
building trade merchants 
Dundee Flooring Co. 
. . . Sime, John K. , dental surgeon 
... Ferguson, Miss J. S. D., 

dressmaker 
... Boyle, Moffat, &Russell, watch- 
makers 



7 Acme Business Service 
9 The Pillars- 
John C. Ross, spirit merchant 

11 Stewart, George, watchmaker 
... Mitchell, William B., jeweller 
... Millar, James, tailor 

13 Clydesdale Supply Co., Ltd., 

radio dealers 

15 Maclean, Mrs Jessie, tearooms 

17 Larg & Sons, musicsellers 
... Cadenhead, James 

19 Quade, Robert, restaurateur 

21 Low's Gramophone Saloon 

23 Robertson, Miss L., tobacconist 
25 Health Food Store- 
Mrs M. W. Peters 

27 Walker, James, secretary 

... Cheyne, Alexander (Abdn.), 

Ltd., motor factors 
... Christie, J.,&Co., wareh'semen 
... Millar, Sydney, sailmaker 
... Turnbull, Mrs Jane, apartments 
29 Croal, James F., grocer 
31 Smith, John, fruit merchant 

24 Caird Hall Post Office 

22 CityFactor'sOffice — J.Norman 

Duncan, city factor 

18 Corporation Transport Parcels 

Department 

16 City Chambers 

14 Johnstone, J. O, tailor 

10 New Smith Bros. , clothiers 

8 Wallace, J. M., & Sons, bakers 
2 Laird, W. P., & Sinclair, Ltd., 

seed merchants 

CROMBIE TERRACE. 

EAST HADDON ROAD. 

1 Nicholson, Mrs Annie, confnr. 

Dean avenue here 
5 Anderson, George G., artist 
7 Rae, Mrs Martha 

9 Wood, Charles H, teacher 

11 Neish, Wm., railway servant 
13 M'Kenzie, David, harbr. porter 

15 Lumsden, David J., clerk 

17 Hutchison, John, inspector 

19 Ballantyne, Hugh, operator 
21 Meldrum, Robert, assistant 

manager 

23 Corbet, George, paper-ruler 

. . . Budge, Jas. W. , electrical engr. 

25 Havard, Harold, clerk 

27 Durrent, George, relief clerk 

29 Fenton, Mrs W. 

31 Neilson, Malcolm, toolmaker 

33 Main, Daniel, clerk 

35 Farrer, Joseph P. , sales manager 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



Crombie terrace — continued 

24 Batchelor, F., customs officer 
20 Davies,EdwardG.,elec. enginr. 

15 Lyall, William, civil engineer 
Lochlee terrace here 

16 Sherriffs, Alex. , electrical engr. 
14 Low, George D., clerk 

12 Bradford, Mrs George 
10 Robertson, Geo. V. , bank accnt. 
Dean avenue here 
8 Adamson, T. K. , clerk of works 
6 Smith, David G., journalist 
4 Hynd, Robert, shipmaster 
2 Husband, Miss C. 



CUNNINGHAM STREET. 

LYON STREET. 

Brown, Benjamin, baker 

Davidson, Andrew, joiner 

Savage, Miss Margaret 

Martin, Miss Robina 

M'Kechnie, Alex., lamplighter 

Galloway, Wm., cabinetmaker 

Brown, Mrs 

Smith, Mrs Annie 

Glen, Mrs Mary 

Rennie, George, joiner 

Mills, George, coachpainter 

Kirkaldy, Mrs Betsy 

Tindal, David 

Couper, Robert, coal merchant 

Paris, Mrs 

Findlay, David C, grocer 

Jennings, William G. 

Thomson, Mrs W. A. 

Young, John, engineman 

Ireland, James, busdriver 

Ogilvie, David A., clerk 
6 Dens Joinery Works ; Frank 

Livingstone, proprietor 
... Dand, Thomas, plasterer 
4 Taylor, Albert, turner 

Gracie, John W., warehouseman 

Angus, Miss 

M'Intosh, Mrs M. , confectioner 

Nairn, James, joiner 

Fyffe, Robert, newsagent 

Reoch, Mrs Jessie 

Robertson, Jas. W. ,patternmkr. 

Smart, John, ticket collector 

Rogers, Thomas, musician 

Doig, David, assistant librarian 

Pennycook, Matthew, cinema 
operator 

Gaudie, Charles, fitter 

Taylor, Mrs Elspeth 

Kidd, Miss L. M. 



DALGLEISH ROAD. 

BROUGHTY FERRY ROAD. 

1 The Firs— 

Wm. M'Farlane, fish salesman 
9 Main, Henry, shipyard manager 
Woodburne street here 

27 Fenton, Horace R., R.N.V.R. 

29 Keiller, Alexander, retired clerk 

31 Hutton, William R., clerk 

33 Arthur, And., motor mechanic 

35 Anderson, Wm. B. , manager 

37 Hill, Alexander, engineer 

39 Pennycook, Thomson, cinema 

manager 
41 Gray, Robert, builder 

43 M'Farlane, Wm. D., fish mer. 

44 Robertson & Moncur, sculptors 
... Moncur, Hugh B., sculptor 

40 Symon, A. W, customs officer 

38 M'Lean, Mrs Alexander 

36 Ferguslea— 

John Neilson, merchant 

34 Bowman, Alexander B., meat 

salesman 

32 Williamson, David, newsagent 

30 Anderson, George, manufactr. 

28 Moir, W. C. , smallware merch. 
26 Ardersier — Miss J. Tolmie 

24 Jarobank — 

Robert A. Rutherford, clerk 
22 Christie, Chas. .ret. police sergt. 
20 Lindsay, David S. 
18 Hollis, Edward, plumber 

16 Sturrock, Kerr B. , joiner 

14 Orr, Alexander, shipping agent 

12 Dow, Mrs Robert, tobacconist 

10 Crerar, D. M. G., stevedore 
Murray street here 

6 Cooper, Miss Agnes D., teacher 

4 Lamb, Alexander J. 

2 Lees, Dr A. M'Arthur 

DALHOUSIE ROAD. 

BARNHILL. 

3 Nimmo, John, chauffeur 

5 Grieve, John R. , gardener 
Downie, William, nurseryman 

7 Sherriff, Mrs 

9 Hamilton, Misses 

11 Bruce, David 

13 Forwell, William 
Westbam road here 

15 Sheppard, Arthur, representve. 
15a Johnston, Peter A. 

17 Croll, Mrs John 

A bercromby street here 
17ABarnhill Church Hall 
Guthrie terrace here 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



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19 Stafford, Archibald 

... Erigmore — Peter G. Speed 

19ATurner, Edward A., traveller 

21 Fernie, Robert, organist 
23 Brown, Miss H. 

25 Montgomery, Mrs Jeanie 

27 Shaw, Peter A., traveller 

29 Reid, James, grocer 

31 Anderson, Frank, clerk 

33 White, Reginald, traveller 

35 Henderson, Misses B. and J. 

39 Justice, Mrs 

41 Simnett, William J., manager 

43 Sayers, Norman K. 
Kerrington crescent here 

89 Roberts, Miss, dressmaker 
91 Craigievar — 

David Easson, manufacturer 
93 Annandale — 

B. J. Scott, manager 
95 Ellis, Frank L. , jute salesman 

Balmossie street here 
72 Taylor, Alex. G. M., joiner 
... Lawson, Mrs B. 
70 Christie, Mrs Johanna 
... Gahau, G. Wilkie, artist 
66 Cuthbert, Miss Mina 
64 Hamill, Stewart M., textile 

engineer 

62 Mitchell, Alexander, stevedore 
60 Blyth, George, provision mer, 
58 Langlands & Scott, butchers 
58AStuart, Miss Irene, hairdresser 
58BWebster, Miss, confectioner 
5ScBrown, Geo. B., shoe repairer 
56 Fraser, Miss R. N. 
54 Blair, Mrs B. 
... Aitken, James M., salesman 
52 Lindsay, Miss Bessie 
50 Scott, Mrs J. 
48 Moir, James, traveller 
... Liney, W'illiam, civil servant 
46 Mackay, Mrs Louis 

44 Willocks, Mrs James 

42 Halcro, Mrs, grocer and sub 

postmistress 

40 Pickering, Joseph, electrician 
38 Corr, Miss 

36 Lowson, Miss Margaret 

34 Moir, (ileorge, grocer 

32 Gove, David W., clerk 
... Lamond, Mrs Mary H. 

30 Young, Mrs Victoria 

28 Goodfellow, S. D. 

26 Thomson, John 

... Charles, Mrs Jane 
Bridge street here 

22 Morton, Mrs Isabella 
14 



20 Ferguson, Wm., garage propr. 

18 Ferguson, David T., confectnr. 
Railway bridge here 

16 Brown, William, gardener 

8 Cambustay — 

William B. Dickie, solicitor 

2 Abertay — Norman A. Pattullo 

DALKEITH ROAD. 

FERRY ROAD. 

St Ronan's Epis. Church Home 
1 Chapman, James, shipmaster 

3 M'Laren, JohnG., P.O. insptr. 
5 Hamilton, Jas., manuf. chemist 
7 Buist, Mrs Elizabeth 

9 Foggie, William, draughtsman 
11 Reid, Mrs W. 

... Reid, Allen M., tobacconist 
13 Lowe, Jean A., merchant 
15 Langlands, Mrs M. 

17 Craig, Mrs James 

19 Carruthers, W. G. , hairdresser 

21 Ruxton, James, clerk 

23 Paton, David C, ironmonger 

25 Watt, Alfred F., clerk 

27 Falconer, Mrs A. R. 

29 Adamson, Alex. M., estimator 

31 Crighton, David, butcher 

Waverley terrace here 
33 Law, James F. , traveller 
35 Anderson, David, engineer 
37 Green, William, harbour porter 
39 Anderson, William, jute mer. 
41 Grieve, Margaret M. 
43 Robb, Alexander, journalist 
45 Wyllie, Mrs James 
47 Turner, William, clerk 

Arbroath road here 
53 Martin, Miss H. S. G. 

Craigie Bowling Club Grounds 

Craigielea Tennis Club Grounds 
59 Walker, Walter, warehouseman 
61 Archer, James W. 

Nesbitt street here 
63 Wilkie, W. S. 
65 Duncan, Mrs W. G. 

Bingham terrace here 
69 The Manse of Dundee- 
Rev. Alfred E. Warr 

Craigie Quarry 

Dennison road here 

Loraine road here 
89 Steel, E., printer 
91 Roberts, Wilson S., painter 
93 Watson, James 
. . . Watson, Jas. , jun. , coal mercht. 
95 Killacky, Hugh 
97 Murray, Alex. S., factory mngr. 



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Dalkeith road — continued 

Pitkerro road here 
100 M'Laren, Charles R. 
96 Buchan, Andrew, butcher 
94 M'Laren, Mrs Kate 
92 Roberts, P. T., painter 
90 Johnston, Mrs Margaret Y. 
88 Walker, David 
86 Bruce, David C, secretary 
... Spillett, Mrs J. W., masseuse 
84 Duff, Alexander C, clerk 
82 Crerar & Son, pianotuners 

Worthy place here 
74 Scott, Mrs H. 
72 Morrison, Mrs C. 
70 Stewart, Andrew, engineer 
68 Shepherd, J. Leslie, property 

agent 
... Kingsley- Williams, W. , elect- 
rical appliance specialist 

Bingham, terrace here 
64 Kidd, Andrew G., baker 
62 Stewart, Mrs 
... Stewart, Misslsobel B., teacher 

of elocution 
58 Kidney, William J. B. 
... Kidney, Misses 
56 Millar, Miss Florence K. 
54 Christie, Alex., shipbroker 
52 Murray, John, butcher 
50 Dott, James S., assist, manager 
48 Hogg, Andrew E., tobacconist 
46 White, Mrs John 
44 Craig, Wm. S., chief officer 
42 Watt, Alex. R. , photographer 
40 Petri e, Thomas A., secretary 
38 Pellow, Arthur H. 
36 Scott, Misses 

Arbroath road here 
16 Tasker, Mrs M., grocer 
14 Grubb, Henry, cartwright 
12 Horsburgh, A. W.,sulplmrmkr. 
10 Don, Alexander, valveman 
... Barnett, Keith, patternmaker 
8 Christie, Douglas M. , fish mer. 
6 Scott, William R., gasworker 

DALLFIELD TERRACE. 

DDDHOPE STREET. 

1 Donnelly, Peter, foreman 

... Davidson, David, apartments 

... Butler, J. F. 

3 Grubb, Mrs Arnot, grocer 

... Barnett, Mrs Robert 

... Barnett, Wm.M. , insurance agt. 

... Barnett, Robert H., carrier 

... Connolly, Bernard, grocer 

5 Mitchell, Mrs Marjorie 



5 Gellatly, Christopher 
... Keir, William 
... M'Manus, Wm,, linoleum wrkr. 
... Mackie, Mrs B. 
... M'Lauchlan, Mrs 

7 Gallanders, John, engineman 
... Gilruth, James, dairykeeper 
... Brown, John, blacksmith 

9 Paul, George, jun. , postman 
... M'Cash, Alexander, horseshoer 
... Sim, James, tramdriver 
... High, J., coal merchant 
... Storrier, David, ironturuer 

11 Inches, John, grocer 

20 Connelly, Andrew, insur. agent 
16 Gordon, Mrs Ronald M. 
... Percy, Thomas, carter 

12 M'Intosh, Donald, male attndt. 
... Hilton, Andrew 

10 Dunbar, Mrs 

4 Swinton, Wm. C. , wine mer- 
chant 



DALLFIELD WALK. 

DUDHOPE STREET. 

3 Bruce, Henry 

5 Carmichael, Peter, outfitter 

17 Lowden, Mrs Agnes 

29 Shearer, Miss Mary, confectnr. 

M' Donald street here 
56 Forsyth, Miss Kate, confectnr. 
54 Forsyth, David, sawyer 
46 Taylor, Miss Jane 
40 Wilson, Robert, plasterer 
... Torrance, Archibald 
38 Sime, David 
34 Chalmers, Thomas, painter 
... M ' Donagh, Hugh, calenderwkr. 
24 Hunter, George, joiner 

18 Swan, Mrs A., licensed grocer 
8 Docherty, William 

DANIEL STREET. 

BROOK STREET. 

4 Ewart, Alex. T., pawnbroker 
8 Clink, Daniel, millworker 
8ACrowley, Mrs Catherine, broker 

10 Mitchell, William, confectioner 

DAVIDSON STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 1 Luhrs, Mrs Ella 

13 Leresche, Mrs Jane 

1 5 Jamieson, Chas. , retired banker 

17 Dingwall, Miss Christian 

19 Watson, Thomas F. 



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DEAN AVENUE. 

CRAIGIE AVENUE. 

1 Nicoll, David, licensed grocer 
3 Fleming, David H. P., jute mer 

chant 
... Ogg, Alexander, produce mer 
5 Willison, John, oil merchant 
7 Moody, Harold, tramway traffic 

superintendent 
... Galloway, Miss, corsetiere 

9 Neill, Mrs C. 
11 Robertson, Thomas, tailor 
13 Wallace, Mvs Andrew 

15 Smith, D. A., traveller 
Crombie terrace here 

25 Ramsay, Mrs Catherine 
Noraii avenue here 

58 Rae, James, teacher 

56 Bell, James, shore porter 

54 Henry, John, baker 

52 Rennie, David T., traveller 

48 Reid, Hector, jun., butcher 

44 Reid, David, butcher 

42 Wallace, Harry, clerk 

38 Fraser, Mrs Anuie 

36 Grossett, David, butcher 

32 Preston, Thomas, bookseller 

30 Reville, James, artist 

26 Lindsay, Miss A., stationer 
24 Dawe, Charles, drill instructor 
22 Chaplain, Sidney H. , storek'per 

Crombie terrace here 
18 Adam, George, civil servant 

16 Leslie, Samuel H., telegraphist 
14 Mullally, John, manager 
12 M'Donald, Roderick, traveller 

10 Dempster, James T., traveller 
8 Tait, Mrs M. 

6 Leishman, Andrew 
4 Ramsden, Harry 

2 Robertson, David, baker 

DEERPARK ROAD. 

NESBITT STREET. 

1 M'Donald, Miss Margaret 

3 Speed, John W., patternmaker 

4 Watson, Misses 



DENS ROAD. 

VICTORIA ROAD. 

1 Lilburn, John A., shoemaker 

3 Sutherland, Alex., compositor 

.. Laird, Thos. M.,funeraldirector 

. . Murray, John, tailor 

. . Baxter, David 

.. Imrie, Mrs A. C. 

. . Kane, Miss Margaret 

.. Boak, Miss A. 



5 Airth, William, bookbinder 
.. Craik, Mrs Rachel 
.. Small, Alexander, mechanic 
.. Quirk, Harry, hairdresser 
,. Whyte, Mrs Margaret 
.. Reilly, George, millforeman 
... Shaw, Mrs A. 
... Ferguson, Mrs Annie 

Arthurstone terrace here 
21 Dundee Canister Co., Ltd. 
Cowan street here 
Dura street here 
39 Rashiewell Jute Works ; Jute 
Industries, Ltd., spinners 
Arlclay street here 
41 Taylor & Fraser, chemists 
43 Kennedy, Miss Jessie, confectr. 
45 M'Lellan, James, overseer 
. . . Thomson, Miss M. D. , costumier 
... Neilson, Charles 
... Duff, James M., car conductor 
... Hay, Mrs Mary 
... Brvson, John M., clerk 
... Marnoch, Miss Elsie 
... Fox, Owen P., porter 
47 Kennedy, Miss Jessie, confec- 
tioner 
... Jack. Alexander, clerk 
... Smillie, Miss Margt., confectr. 
... Forbes, William, attendant 
... Bell, Thomas, joiner 
... Fisher, John, painter 
. . . Hynd, Andrew C. , ironmoulder 
49 Clark, Mrs Mary 
... Black, Morgan, clerk 
... Heggie, Thomas, foreman 
... Mack, Charles, joiner 
... Third, James B., clerk 
.. Taylor, William, joiner 
51 Ogil-vie, Mrs 
... Kenny, Norman C, printer 
... Kenny, And. R., hairdresser 
.. Hill, Mrs Mary 
... Hutcheon, Alexander, tailor 
... Gove, Spencer M., grocer 
.. Simpson, Wm., warehouseman 
... Winton, Miss Jean 
... Cowper, David, clerk 
53 Crabbe, David 
... Robertson, Geo., compositor 
. . . Gorrie, Walter, spirit merchant 
... Paton, David, cooper 
... Barrie, Thomas 
... Lindsay, Bessie 
... Norrie, Douglas V., confectnr. 
... Murphy, James D., clerk 
55 Hay, George, clerk 
... Bleackley, James, traveller 



260 STREET 

Dens road — continued 

55 Dodds, Robert, leathercutter 
Dodds, Mrs Helen, stationer 
Biatcheson, David W., clerk 
Jolly, William M. 
Dair, John, storekeeper 
Williamson, Miss Edith 

57 Japp, Joseph, tramwaydriver 
Gourlay, James, frenchpolisher 
Irons, Alexander, baker 
Kerr, Robert 
Turnbull, Robt. , railway porter 

59 Sprunt, George, confectioner 
Sibbald street here 

61 Davidson, Mrs Alice, confectnr. 

63 Robb, James, butcher 

Davidson, John, motordriver 
Baxter, Miss I. 
Jamieson, William 
Gilruth, Miss J., draper 
Swankie, David G., inspector 
Thomson, James, clerk 
Ellis, David, traveller 

65 Pandrich, Arthur J., traveller 
Robertson, Charles, overseer 
Milne, William, grocer 
Prain, Mrs J. 

M' Ritchie, William, postman 
Macgregor, Mrs Margaret 
Anderson, Harry, labourer 

67 Malcolm, James, joiner 

Cuthbert, Mrs Margt. , stationer 
Watson, Miss L. 
Brown, Alex., engineer 
Barnett, R. , spirit merchant 
Salmond, Mrs D. 
MacLaren, Wm., dental mech. 
Spalding, Wm. , goods guard 

69 Robertson, David, tailor 
Macdonald, Mrs H. 
Wallace, Mrs 

Chalmers, John, shipwright 
Reynolds, Bernard, overseer 
Kemlo, Mrs 
Clark, Andrew, electrician 

71 Bain, James, dairykeeper 

Duncan, Alexander, tramway 

linesman 
Farrow, Mrs Elizabeth 
Ballingall, David, traveller 
Moyes, Richard, sailmaker 
Barclay, Miss Jane, weaver 
Kennedy, Mrs Grace 
Smith, Mrs C, dressmaker 
Neish street here 
Dens Road School ; W. E. Reid, 
headmaster ; Robert M. 
Douglas, caretaker 



DIRECTORY. 

Isla street here 

Dens Park ; Dundee Football 
Club, Ltd. 

Provost road here 

Mains road here 

Isla street here 
102 Burry, Alex. B. , newsagent 
100 Valentine, Alfred W., grocer 
98 Wilson, Mrs 

Hynd, David, church-officer 

Chisholm, George 

Henderson, John, packer 

Hanley, William H., porter 
96 Winks, John, tramdriver 

Mason, James, blacksmith 

Black, Robert, frenchpolisher 

Valentine, Alfred W., grocer 
94 Fowlis, D., wagon examiner 

Kennedy, Thos. G., carpetwvr. 

M'Laren, Robert, mason 
92 Hastings, Alexander 

Bowman, William, motordriver 

M'Intosh, Mrs 
90 Crichton, Mrs Jane 
88 Mansi, Luigi, confectioner 

Main street here 

Hillbank road here 

Alexander street here 
46 Scott's Welfare Club 
34 Ballantine, Mrs, spirit mercht. 

Laing street here 
32 Knuck, H., & Co., waste mer- 
chants 

Stewart, William R., & Sons, 
hacklemakers 

DERBY STREET. 

HILL STREET. 

lAClark, William, joiner 

1 Mitchell, Thomas, confectioner 

3 Dunn, Andrew, radio engineer 

37 Nimmo, William, contractor 
... M'Intosh, Robert A., chara- 
banc proprietor 

Russell street here 
61 Innes, Kenneth, batcher 
63 M'Intosh, Mrs Mary, confectnr. 
Harcourt street here 
Electricity sub-stafion 

38 Tait, Alexander, foreman 
36 Vannet, James, contractor 
32 Sell, Rev. John 
30 Sidey, Ed. M., insur. agent 
28 Black, Alexander, assistant 

superintendent 
26 Murray, Thomas 
24 Strong, E. , musical director 
22 Clark, Mrs W. 



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20 Turner, Frederick J., instructor 
18 Allan, James, telegraphist 

8 Auchterlonie, James G., fur 

niture dealer 
Reid street here 
6 Wallace, Mrs Jane 
4 Pullar, Joseph, pavior 

2 Butchart, Alexander, butcher 

DOCK STREET. 

1 Perthshire Bar 

3 Van den Berghs & Jurgens 

(Sales), Ld. , margarine manu- 
facturers 

4 Cree, James A. 

... Hirst, Walter, moulder 

... Jeffrey, Miss Isabella 

... Brown, Wm,, railway worker 

6 WestDockStreetDiningRooms; 

Joseph Potts, proprietor 

7 Gestetner, D., Ltd., duplicator 

manufacturers 

9 Fairgrieve, Robert N. , refrige- 

rator agent 
10 Harrison & Reeve, Ltd., whole- 
sale fruit merchants 

14 Cowan, James, & Sons, saltmer- 

chants 

15 Wills, R. A., spirit merchant 
Shore terrace here 

16 Paton, Thomas, wine merchant 

17 Michelin Tyre Co., Ltd. 

18 Nicol, D. & J., shipbrokers 
... Butter, Mrs 

19 Greig, George A., wholesale 

tobacconist 

20 Daily Record, Sunday Mail, and 

Glasgow Evening News Office; 
J. W. Fraser, journalist 

21 Murdoch, Chas. M., ins. mangr. 
... Dundee and Dist. Mutual Glass 

Insurance Association, Ltd. ; 
Dundee Sand and Lighterage 
Co., Ltd.; C. M. Murdoch, 
manager 

. . . Nat. Employers'MutualGeneral 
Insurance Association, Ltd.; 
J. D. Stewart, representative 

... Stewart, Charles, vice-consul 
for Sweden 

... Leitch, Andrew, & Co., ship- 
brokers 

... Christie, D., engineer 

... Morrin, Alex. S., bootmaker 

... Hyslop, James, driller 

... Black, William, mason 

22 Nixon, Frank H., sniallware 

merchant 



23 Falconer, C.M.,& Co., manufrs. 
28 Customs Bond, No. 1 ; George 
Morton, Ltd., proprietors 

32 Penn, Walter J. , restaurateur 

33 Shipping Federation, Ltd. ; G. 

W. Kinnes, secy. ; James 
Langlands, registrar 

... Modern Poster and Showcard 
Service 

... Marshall, Mrs M., apartments 

... Reid, James, butcher 

34 Coxon,RobertE. , manufacturer 
37 Tyre Services (Dundee), Ltd., 

tyre concessionaires 

39 Kinnes, Robt. , &Sons, shipbkrs. 

... Maxwell, D. C, & Co., Ltd., 
merchants 

... YOUNGER, WILLIAM, & 
CO., LTD., brewers 

... Hudson, R. M. 
.. Galloway, James 

... Mitchell, John, inspector 

... Mitchell, Mrs, apartments 

... Crook, E. J., manager 

... Thomson, Peter, tugmaster 

... Whitton, Mrs A. 
Commercial street here 

41 Cruickshank, Alex., spirit mer- 
chant 

43 Beattie, Robert, confectioner 
43ALyall, C, fish merchant 

44 Strong, W. & S., Ltd., spirit 

merchants 

47 Allison, James, & Sons, rope- 
makers 

... Swinton, A. L. , & Co., mers. 

49 Robbie, George, carting con- 

tractor 
49AHassim, Mrs Helen, confectnr. 

50 Styles, John R. , spirit merchant 
Gellatly street here 

54 Employment Exchange ; W. 
Duns, manager 

56 Valvoline Oil Co. ; D. Smith, 

agent 

57 Ewen, Lewis M., spirit mer. 
.59 Leslie ShippingCo., shipowners 
. . . Buist, Alistair J. , engineer 

60 Gray, Andrew, shipchandler 

61 Bank of Scotland 

62 Sailors' Home and Hostel ; 

Richard O. S. Linn, super- 
intendent 

63 Taylor, James (Trongate), Ltd., 

wholesale chemists 
Candle lane here 
65 Lamb's Garage Ltd., show- 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



Dock street — continued 

Trades lane here 
Sailors' Reading-Room 
Harbour Police Office ; Murdoch 

Urquhart, detective sergt. 
Customhouse buildings 
ShoreDuesOffice; J.D. Panton, 

harbour treasurer 
Harbour chambers — 
John Hannay Thompson, 
harbour engineer 
J. R. Douglass, civil engineer 
Geo. G. Ritchie, harb'r clerk 
Capt. John Walker, harbour- 
master 
John dimming, surveyor of 
cargoes 
Alexander Low, messenger 
Customhouse — 
J. D. JohnstoD, collector of 

customs and excise 
John M'Lean, housekeeper 
Old Age Pension Office — 
Rhoda E. Harrison, pension 
officer 
Royal Arch 
Angus Motor Agency 
Tay Sand Co. , sand merchants 
Keill, 1. C, potato merchant 

DOCK STREET— East. 

2 Hunter, Miss Margt. , stationer 
2ABeatty Bros. , washing machine 

makers 
4 M 'Queen, Jane, restaurateur 
6 Robertson, R. J., & Co., fire- 
place specialists 
10 National Union of Seamen ; P. 

Davidson, secretary 
14 Thomson, Margt., confectioner 
16 Pitkethly, H. S , engineer 
... Hunt, Joseph, motordriver 
18 Dow, Mrs Robert, tobacconist 
20 Ferguson, Robert, plumber 
Mary Ann lane 
Tay Motor Lorry Co., Ltd. 
Ramsay. G. & D. , potato mer. 
26 Maritime buildings 

Dundee, Perth, and London 

Shipping Co., Ltd. ; Ralph C. 

Cowper, manager 

Fleming&Haxton,touristagts. 

Scot. Agricultural industries, 

Ltd., manure merchants 
Cunningham, J. & J., Ltd., 
manure merchants 
Pattullo, William, &Co., Ltd., 
manure merchants 



Angus Agricultural Assoctn. ; 

John M. Fairlie, secretary 
Anderson, Robert Hart, Ltd., 
manure merchants 
28 Cleansing Department ; W. H. 
Sagar, superintendent 
Allan street here 
Tay Works ; Lindsay & Low, 
Ltd., bread & biscuit bakers 
32 Barrie, David, Ltd. , contractors 
36 Boswell, David, Limited, brass- 
founders 
40 Kellie, Robert, & Son, Ltd., 

engineers 
42 Armour & Melvin (Dundee), 

Ltd., motor engineers 
44 Dundee and Arbroath Joint 

Railway Mineral Yard 
... Henderson & Keith, coal 

merchants 
... Gray, Charles, coal merchant 
... Currie & Co., Ltd., building 

trade merchants 
... Paton, G. & J., builders' mer- 
chants 
... Robertson, A., coal merchant 

Peep-o'-Day lane here 
50 Dundee Corporation Gas Works 

Melville lane here 
56 Cunningham, J. & J., Ltd., 

manure merchants 
58 Mutter, Howey,& Co., Ltd., con- 
tractors ; T. Grubb, foreman 
Market street here 
60 Public slaughterhouses 
Anderson, John D. , supt. 
Ferrier, Hugh, veterinary in- 
spector 
Stevens, John M., clerk 
M'Intyre, John, meat salesman 
Chalmers, W. M. , meatsalesm'n 
Robertson, D. T., & Co., meat 
salesmen 

Coxon Bros., meat salesmen 
Elder, Magnus, Ltd., meat 

salesmen 
Dundee Meat Market Co. , Ltd. 
Swift & Co. , meat salesmen 
Murray, W., & Son, Ltd., hide 

merchants 
Dundee Hide, Skin, & Tallow 
Brokers' Co. ; Mungo & 
M 'Queen, proprietors 
Universal Casings Co., Ltd., 
gut manufacturers 
64 M'Ara, Alex., coppersmith 
66 Henderson, J. & W., Ltd., 
builders' merchants 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



263 



68 M'Ara, Alex., motor engineer 
72 White, John F., Ltd. 

Flourniill house — Win. Howie 
Camferdown crossing 

1 lrvine&M'Kay,gen.coopers 

D. & A. Join t Rai lway Station 

Currie & Co., Ltd., building 

trade merchants 

Mutter, Howey, & Co., Ltd., 

contractors 
Wordie & Co. , carting agents 
... Windressco, Ltd., window- 
dressers 
Anderson, A. B., Ltd., merchts. 
Bookstall ;J. Menzies& Co.Ld. 

DOCK STREET— West. 
9 Clark & Sinclair, Ltd., fruit 
merchants 

10 Smart, John, electrician 
... Cameron, David, foreman 

... Burns, Peter, railway worker 
... Buehan, William, bootmaker 

13 Mackay, George, grocer 

. . . Jackson, Ernest, cinema mangr. 

... Shirra, James, dispatch clerk 

... M'Nab, Charles 

... Turner, John D., insur. agent 

... Davidson, Mrs Ann 

... Kidd, Albert, boilermaker 

. . . Duncan, Robert L. , printer 

... Chalmers, Ralph, tailor 

... Wood. David, general dealer 

1 4 Lees, Harry B. , electrical engnr. 
... Scott, J. Boyd, consul. engineer 

15 Forrest, JohnD., egg merchant 
1 7 Walker & Thomson, oil merchts. 
... Farquharson, Joseph G. , vice- 
consul for Netherlands 

19 Spence, A., & Co., Ltd., grain 

merchants 

23 Simpson, Mrs Margaret, grocer 

29 Bathie, Mrs John M. , spiritmer. 

34 Cordiner,KeithM.,saltmercht. 

Pattullo, Higgs, & Co., potato 

merchants 
Craig harbour 
Batchelor, Robert, potatomer. 
H.M.S. Unicorn- 
Headquarters R. N. V. R. 
Dundee Public Baths ; Barry 
Cuthill, engineer 

DON'S ROAD. 

ROSEBANK STREET. 

11 Burnett, Alexander, gardener 
... Dickson, Mrs Janet 

... Jack, Mrs Catherine 



11 Greig, David, slater 

... M'lsicoll, Miss Agnes, sewer 

... Henderson, Mrs 

... Davidson, Miss A. 

DONALD STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

15 Lochee Sawmills ; Charles 

Brand, wood merchant 
17 Husband, Geo. H. , sorting clerk 
19 Sorley, David 
21 Kay, Miss Emily 
23 Crerar, William J. 

DOUGLAS STREET. 
9 Brown, H. R., army instructor 
11 Douglas Street Drill Hall- 
Headquarters 76th Brigade, 
R.A. ; 303/304 (City of 
Dundee) Batteries, R.A. 
21 Aerated Water Manfrs'. Bottle 
Exchange; David Ross, secy. 
Bower Mill ; J. F. Robertson 
& Co., Ltd., jute manufctrs. 
Blinshall street here 
99 Park Mill— J. F. Robertson & 
Co., Ltd., jute manufactrs. 
Milne's East ivynd here 
30 Millar, J. S., contractor 
10 Dorward, William, motor engr. 
2 Dudhope Works ; William Fer- 
gusson & Sons, Ltd. , manufrs. 

DOUGLAS TERRACE. 

WEST OF PANMURE TERRACE. 

1 Scott, Clement M., solicitor 
... Scott, J. C, solicitor 

2 Halley, Miss A. H. 

3 Ardarroch — Lady Don 

Alfred J.Don, manufacturer 

4 Taylor, Eev. T. S. 

5 M'Neill, Rev. J. H. Horton 

6 Inverlaw — 

Geo. H. Halley, hacklemaker 

DOUGLAS TERRACE. 
WEST FERRY. 

1 Scott, Mrs G. C. 

2 Scott, Mrs Jessie M. 

3 Hynd, Philip D. , merchant 

4 Peterkin, Alexander, rector 

5 Smith, R. Henderson, solicitor 

6 Stewart, Lady 

7 Donald, Frank J., manufactr. 

8 Reid, William 

9 Kirkland, Misses 

10 Strachan, D., representative 

1 1 Thomson, Mrs Margaret 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



Douglas terrace — continued 

12 Goodfellow, David, baker 

... Walker, William, bank agent 

13 Brown, Miller H. 
Home street here 

14 Brown, W. Halley, brewer 

15 Meyer, Horace H., represent ve. 

16 Ferguson, James M. 

17 Cooper, Norman R. , engineer 

18 Tayside — Misses Fergusson 

19 Hynd, Mrs David 

20 Pitcaithly, Andrew, porter 

22 Mitchell, David, clerk 

23 Robertson, Islay B., railway 

inspector 
... M'Kenzie, K. G. , confectioner 
... Hall, George, clerk 

DRUMMOND STREET. 

CONSTITUTION ROAD. 

3 Spence, John, grain merchant 

5 Ore, JohnM., solicitor 

DUDHOPE CRESCENT ROAD. 

DUDHOPE CRESCENT. 

2 Spink, James, slater 
... Thomson, James, joiner 
... Lawson, John, general dealer 

2^Forrester, Annie, confectioner 

6 Small, Mrs Isabella 

8 Webster, Mary, confectioner 
10 Dow, William, fruit merchant 
12 Riddoch, Peter, grocer 

John street here 
14 Zaccarini, Mrs, fish restaurant 
16 Connelly, John, coal merchant 
18 M'Cormack, Frank, grocer 
20 Goodfellow, Arthur, shoemaker 
22 Rye, George, butcher 
26 Wallace, George, grocer 

Parker street here 
28 Johnston, William, grocer 
30 D'dee Pasteurised MilkCo.,Ld. 
32 Kidd, Alexander 
... M'Lean, William, grocer 
34 Hayes, Hector, herbalist 
36 Kidd, Alexander, variety store 
40 Elim Tabernacle 
42 Anderson, Isaac, postman 
44 Muir, Mrs Jane 
46 Gillies, Miss Martha 
... Yule, William H., printer 
... Breslin, Frank, bootrepairer 
. . . Wood, John H. , spirit merchant 
48 Ireland & Robertson, electrical 

engineers 
... Laburn, Norman W., slater 
50 Sayers, Robert, stationer 



Laburn street 
4 Laburn, Robert G., slater 
54 Catholic Apostolic Church 

Central Electricity Station — 
D H. Bishop, city electrl.engr. 

DUDHOPE STREET. 
constitution road. 
Rustic place 
1 Rigg, Mrs Agnes 

Thiele, Frank H., tailor 
Phinn, Miss Agnes, cookery 

teacher 
Duncan, Mrs C. W. 
Kermath, Miss, dressmaker 
Sinclair, George, millmanager 
Allan, Mrs A. 
Young, David E., clerk 
Petrie, Alex., warehouseman 
Braid, Mrs Jane, apartments 
Cruickshank, Mrs C. 
Fisher, Mrs Malcolm 
Low, James, retired teacher 
Livingstone, James, overseer 
Sandeman, Mrs George 
Conway, Miss Helen 
Smith, J. Calder, artist 
Revel, Miss A. J. , music tchr. 
White, Miss Janet B. 
Buchanan, Robert, clerk 
Paradise road here 
11 Thorns, David, hacklegrinder 
Robertson, Misses E. and H. 
Bryce, John, newsagent 
Hales, Misses J. and E. 
Nicoll, Mrs A. 
Gahan, James, painter 
Keiller, Miss Isabella 
Braid, Mrs Jane, grocer 
13 Rodger, John, glazier 
Storm ont, Mrs Jean 
Robb, Peter W., sawyer 
Nimmo, Thos., warehouseman 
15 Johnston, D. K., grocer 
19AGauld, Stewart, china mer. 
19 Ross, Mrs Elizabeth, confectnr. 
21 Mottashaw,N.C. , bootrepairer 
23 M 'Gracham, Mrs R., dressmaker 
31 Davie, Margaret, confectioner 
35 Smith, Mrs David, wine mer. 
45 Dudhope Free Chvirch 
49 Mearns, John K., & Co., Ltd., 

wholesale warehousemen 
53 Craig, John, stoker 
98 Suttie, David, confectioner 
94 Imrie, Mrs M., butcher 
92 Zaccarini, Mrs E., restaurateur 
90 Milton, Andrew, grocer 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



265 



86 Crabb & Doig, printers 

84 MacNamara, John, hairdresser 

70 Dorward, Wm., spiritdealer 

60 High, J. & A., coal merchants 

58 Wilson, William, newsagent 

56 Hood, Benjamin, grocer 

... Miller, Lancelot, manager 

54 Lindsay, Walter, fitter 

... Boyd, Allan 

52 Hastie, David, plater 

50 Bain, David, grocer 

Dallfield walk here 
42 Zaccarini, Joseph, restauratr. 
40 Lindsay, George, hairdresser 
36 Drummond, William, butcher 
34 Davie, Margaret, confectioner 
32 Paton, George, calenderworker 
... Brown, And. W., wareh'seman 

Watson, MrsM. 
... M 'Keith, James, dyer 
30 Elder, Alexander, baker 
28 Drummond, William, butcher 

Dallfield terrace here 

15 Gowans, C.S., whlsle. stationer 
14 Bryce, John, newsagent 

Hedge road here 
12 Gyle, Dr John B. 

10 Craigbank — 

Mrs James Anderson 

5 Pottinger, Rev. William 

6 Nelson, Dr Noel 
4 Wenyon, Dr Edw r in James 

2 Society for Prevention of 

Cruelty to Children ; David 
Donald, officer 

DUDHOPE TERRACE. 

CONSTITUTION ROAD. 

4 Gibson, Dr Henry J. C. , medi 

cal superintendent 

5 Nurses' Training School 

7 Ritchie, Arthur G., wholesale 

grocer 

8 Lindsay, Rev. James 

9 Ballingall, William, brewer 

11 Henderson, John JR. 

12 Thomson, Arch., manufacturer 

1 3 Weatherhead, Very Rev. James 

14 Hazelwood — 

Mrs James M. Bradford 

16 Maclean, W. G., gardener 
School for Deaf ; Mary F. 

Turnbull, headmistress 

DUFF STREET. 

EAST END OF CLEPINGTON BOAD. 

1 Anderson, Wm. , egg salesman 

3 Robertson, Charles, manufactr. 

14a 



5 Ferguson, Wm., jun., licensed 

grocer 

7 Peters, Alex. W. , teacher 
9 Walker, Mrs Jessie 

11 Warden, William C. , traveller 
13 Webster, Miss Mina 
... Muirden, Mrs M. C. L. 
15 Robertson, Rev. Robert A. 
17 Fairweather, W. P., merchant 
... Duncan, George G., manufactr. 

8 Matthew, Alexander, butcher 

6 Watterston, Mrs 

. . . Watterston, Margaret M. , tchr. 
4 Skinner. Isabella H. , organiser 
2 Brown, Mrs Isabella 

DUNDAS STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

4 Gall, William, ship's mate 
8 Robertson, Alfred, fish hawker 
40 Gieig, James, representative 
46 Husband, Miss J. 
37 Broughtv Ferry Labour Party 

Hall 
31 Hill, Thomas, ironmoulder 
29 Bennet, John 

Dundee Corporation (Works 
Dept.) Yard 

DUNDEE ROAD. 
stannergate. 
Margaret crescent 
1 Young, John, gardener 
43 The Linn- 
Angus Gunn, bank agent 
Ralston road here 
69 Buchanan, Thomas, gardener 

Fairfield road here 
81 Ashwood — 

T. Leslie Smith 
William Richardson, gardener 
85 Mackenzie, Right Rev. K. D. 
89 Bryans — Mrs John M. Hendry 
91 Johnston, David 
95 Craig Lee — W. Ross Smith 
Ellieslea road here 
Balmyle road here 
101 Leabank — 

D. L. Barrie, traveller 
103 Scott, Mrs Elizabeth D. M. 

Grove road here 
107 Reid, Robert S., teacher 

Victoria road here 
113 Airlie Park- 
Sir Chas. C. Barrie, shipowner 
Mrs James Fairweather 
115 Graham, Mrs Margaret 
... M'Phail, Felix, gardener 



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Dundee road — continued 

West Queen street here 
119 Crofts, Geo. M. , warehouseman 
... Crofts, Miss, teacher of music 
121 Fallon, Sylvester, draughtsman 
123 Paton, Mrs Robert P. 
125 Smith, Robert, cinema proptr. 
127 Wilson, James, draper 
129 Western Public School ; Alex. 
Stark, headmaster ; Robert 
Rodgers, janitor 
West field road here 
96 St Stephen's Church 
94 Ramsay, Misses 
92 Clark, W. Lawson 
90 Parkman, James 
... Ireland, Miss A. B. 
88 Duncan, John K. 
86 Duff, Mrs R. P. 
84 Jamieson, Mrs 
82 Henderson, James Lindsay, 

leather merchant 
80 Price, Percy, buyer 
78 Barrie, James 
Home street here 
West Ferry Station ; Andrew 
Pitcaithly, porter 
64 Blair, Mrs Jane 
62a West Ferry Post Office ; Wm. 

Gibson, sub-postmaster 
62 Turner, Bartholomew, traveller 
60 Hynd, Christopher, printer 
... Milne, George, gardener 
... Robertson, Alex., chauffeur 
... Cunningham, John 
... Meredith, Hugh, upholsterer 
... Cunningham, J., jun., signalman 
... Mathers, John, gardener 
52 Gillanders, C. M., grocer 
50 Peters, Robert S. , newsagent 
Constable lane here 
Beach lane here 
Grove lane 
38 Gillanders, C. M., grocer 
36 Scott, Lanyon L., wool mer- 
chant 
34 Leslie, Mrs William 
32 Nieoll, John, bank agent 
30 Taypark Hotel; Miss J. R. 

Cooper, proprietrix 
... Dye, William, builder 

Ogilvie road here 
26 Harecraig — 

Charles G. Soutar, architect 
22 London, George S., gardener 
20 Taycliff— Peter R. Johnston 
18 Tosh, Miss L. J. 
14 Thomson, Thomas, chauffeur 



JL2 Ravenscraig — 
Mrs A. C. Scott 
T. W. Scott, jutespinner 
James Deuchars, gardener 

6 Walker, William, attend, officer 

DUNDEE ROAD— West. 

BROTJGHTY FERRY ROAD. 

7 Moore, Mrs Betty 

9 Guild, Miss G. M., buyer 

10 Latto, David, ship's plater 

11 Morison, DrC. K. 

12 Robertson, Mrs Jean 

13 Morris, Donald H., electrical 

engineer 

14 Menzies, John A., draper 

15 Stowell, William H, musician 
Christian road here 

19 Graham, Mrs J., draper 
21 Loney, Miss 
23 Nieoll, William, merchant 
25 Vinebank — 

Alex. Stewart, mang. director 
27 M'Farlane, Harry, trawlowner 
29 French, Miss Annie, dressmkr. 
31 Dunard — 

Robert W. Kellie, director 
41 Guild, Thomas, dairyman 

DUNDONALD STREET. 

CLEPINGTON. 

Mission Hall 

21 Sharp, James, & Co., oil mer- 
chants 

23 M'Kel vie, Miss Catherine, con- 
fectioner 

25 Stewart, Thomas, baker 
Stewart, George B., engineer 
Anderson, William, labourer 
Gourlay, John, van salesman 

27 Buchan, Andrew, butcher 

29 Dickson, Miss 

Harley, Andrew, butcher 
Matthew, Alexander 
Martin, Mrs Jane 

31 Falconer, John 

Anderson, Alex. G., plumber 
Welch, Charles, baker 
Cargill, William, traveller 
Leslie, Ralph, engineer 
Ogilvie, William, painter 

31£Dow, Miss H., confectioner 

33 Lindsay, Mrs H. 

... M'Leod, James, tramway man 

... Clark, Mrs Eliza 

... Cockburn, Mrs Georgina 

... Alexander, Charles, beamer 



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33ABurnett, Robert, baker 

35 Smith, John S., mechanic 

... Drummond, Gordon, manager 

... Millar, Mrs Margaret 

37 Forbes, James, motordriver 

... Small, David, mechanic 

... Molloy, John, lamplighter 

39 Youngson, William, butcher 
... Barrie, James, painter 

... M'Pherson, Miss M., confectnr. 
41 Stewart, Peter, motordriver 
... Lowden, John, collector 
43 Nicoll, James, baker 
... Coupar, Charles, ironturner 
... Lindsay, David, motordriver 
... Middleton, Miss Jessie, draper 
... Blacklaws, David, joiner 
... Cuthill, James, bleacher 
45 Kinmond, Mrs Alex. N., draper 
47 Vettraino, G. , confectioner 
49 Hendry, David, electrician 
... Beatson, Wm. , coal salesman 
... Ireland, Jane, grocer 

Ogilvie street here 

Manhattan Works ; Jute Indus 
tries, Ltd., manufacturers 

Court street here 

40 Macdonald, Allan H., lie. grocer 

36 Hedley, James, carter 

... Macdonald, Geo. , radio dealer 
... Arnot, Miss Jean, midwife 
... Colquhoun, Mrs Catherine 
... M'Maughton, Mrs Agnes 
34 Souter, Miss J. F., outfitter 
32 Drummond, Mrs Margaret, 

confectioner 
30 Williamson, Isaac 
... Tyrie, William, mill worker 
28 Brown, Peter, grocer, Sub-P.O. 

Wolseley street here 
26 Williamson, David, stationer 
24 D'dee Pasteurised Milk Co. , Ld. 
22 Barrie, Edward, motordriver 
20 Paladini, A. & R., fish restrnt. 
18 Peters, Mrs A., confectioner 
16 Dodds, Mrs Helen, stationer 
14 Moffat, John, boot repairer 
12 Sharp, Frank, storeman 
. . . Ballantyne. Wm. , shuttlemaker 
... Greenhill, Mrs E., confectioner 
10 Thomson, David, wine mercht. 

DUNTRUNE TERRACE. 

WEST FERRY. 

1 Murray, James, retd. registrar 
3 Acharn — Geo. Fraser, dentist 
5 Hutcheson, Miss 
7 Chalmers, James A. 



11 Lamb, C. C, secretary 

13 Ritchie, Mrs F. G. 

15 Wright, James, prov. merchant 
Clay pots road here 

28 Berg, Mrs 

... Rhodes, James 

26 Soutar, Mrs J. G. 

24 Fullerton, J. M., merchant 
22 Langlands, Mrs James H . 
20 Scott, Walter, manufacturer 

14 Bald, James C. 

12 Mackay, Geo., retired captain 

10 Muir, Robt. , managing director 

8 Belhaven — Misses Kinmond 
6 Kinmond, Miss Jenny 

4 Melfort — Jos. G. Farquharson, 
oil merchant 

DURA STREET. 

DENS ROAD. 

1 Dura Works ; James Scott & 
Sons, Ltd., manufacturers 
Brown Constable street here 
Ershine street here 

9 Reid, William, prov. merchant 

11 Gourlay, Mrs Ann, newsagent 

13 Anderson, David, saddler 
... Lamond, Miss 

... Binnie, David, tilelayer 
... Robertson, John, caretaker 
. . . Allison, Mrs G. 
... M'Lean, John, cashier 
... Buist, Bertie, clerk 
Maitland street here 

27 Phin, William, coal merchant 

29 Robertson, T. & J., coal mers. 
. . . Boyle, Roland J. , contractor 
... Ogilvie, John, potato merchant 
. . . Stevens, Stanley, garage proptr. 
29^Stevens, Mrs G. , laundrykeeper 
31 Edgerton, Mrs William 

... Lyall, Mrs James 
. . . Boyle, Roland J. , contractor 
33 M 'Donald , Mrs Betsy, conf ctnr. 
35 Wishart, Peter, warehouseman 
37 Marshall, William, painter 
39 Watson, James, fish restaurant 

Langlands street here 
45 Lesslie, Elizabeth, tailoress 
... Bruce, David P., traveller 
... Harris, David, detective sergt. 
. . . Lindsay, Andrew G. , asst. supt. 
47 Phillips, Jas. N. , spirit mercht. 

Balmore street here 
49 Rose, Mrs H., grocer 
51 Cowley, Mrs John 
... Waddell, Mrs J., confectioner 
... M'Intyre, Bernard, milloversr. 



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Dura street— continued 

51 Matthew, David, mechanic 
Pattison, John, joiner 

... Findleton, Mrs Agnes 

53 Fleming, Alfred, railway guard 
M'Farlane, Jos., book-keeper 
Nicoll, Arthur, bar manager 
Sheret, Thomas, carter 
DavidsoD, Walter, joiner 
Anderson, John, waterproof er 

55 Jeffrey, John, fitter 
Ramsay, David, enginedriver 
Norrie, Wm., motordriver 
Chalmers, David 
Mitchell, John, motordriver 

57 Tarbet, Miss 
.. Stephen, Miss Isabella 
.. Bathie, Andrew, baker 

... Thomson, Wm. W., traveller 
Reid, John, brassmoulder 

59 Small, A. R., laboratory atndnt. 
... Paton, Mrs 

... Eggie, Alexander, carter 
M'Laren, James, tenter 
Smith, David, butcher 

61 Forte, P., fish restaurant 
Eliza street here 

108 Laing, Andrew, spirit mercht. 
106 Robb, David, confectioner 
104 Fyffe, Miss W. T., tobacconist 
102 Gloag, Andrew, fruiterer 
96 Beattie, W. F., pastrybaker 
94 Robertson, T. D. , grocer 
92 Manners, Geo. M., blacksmith 
... Ford, A. <& W. B., coal mrchts. 
. . . Williamson, J. , & Co. , chemists 
... Anderson, George, blacksmith 
9(J Kinnear, Alex. M., saddler 
88 Jack, William, butcher 
86 Donald, Margaret V., draper 
84 Pike, Harry, confectioner 
78 Wallace, J. M., & Sons, bakers 

Eliza street here 
76 Lamond, Mrs Jas., lied, grocer 
74 Fiddes, William, motordriver 
72 Carrie, James, foreman 
70 Nicoll, Miss Eliz. , confectioner 
68 Gourlay, Alexander, labourer 
66 Joss, Edward D. A., shoemaker 
64 Simpkin, Samuel 
... Morrison, William, porter 

62 Thomson, Mrs Janet, confeotnr, 

60 Ireland, C. & A. , butchers 

58 Ross, James, hairdresser 
56ARobertson, Alex., newsagent 

56 Robertson, Miss Letitia 

54 Easley, Mrs Jessie, draper 

52 Boath, James, jute stower 



50 Powrie, Robert, mason 

48 Cooper, Mrs Margaret 

46 Hill, Alexander, carter 

44 D'dee Pasteurised Milk Co. ,Ld. 

42 Bain, David, &Sons,cabinetmks. 

Harriet street here 
40 Shaw, Miss Mary, weaver 
38 Bannerman, Mrs Margaret 
36 Tosh, Alexander, loader 
34 Anderson, Mrs Susan 
32 Cowley, Mrs H. A., stationer 
30 M'Artney, MissMargt., conftr. 

Stobswell road here 
28£Stobswell Works ; Buist Spin- 
ning Co., Ltd., jutespinners 

North Ershine street here 
28 Leighton, James, blacksmith 
. . . Phillips, Thos. , marine enginer. 
. . . Barclay, Francis, sen. ,harb. ptr. 
... Ross, George M., ironmoulder 
... Kiddie, Robert, motordriver 
26aLow, Robert A., painter 
24 Robertson, George, painter 
22 Wilkie, Alexander, plumber 
20 Franchi, V., confectioner 
14 Dickson, Walter, yarndresser 
12 M'Kenzie, William, clerk 
10 Irons, James, coal salesman 
8 M'Kenzie, John, ironmoulder 
... Fisher, Miss Jessie 
6 Rutherford, Misses M. & E., 
confectioners 

Ogilvie street here 
2 Constable Works ; Malcolm, 
Ogilvie, & Co., Ltd., spinners 

EADIE'S ROAD. 

VICTORIA ROAD. 

8 Kidd, J. & J. , joiners 
Forebank house — 
Marist Brothers, teachers 

EARL STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

1 Reoch, William, plumber 

... Reoch, Wm., jun. , electrician 
4 M'Intosh, Chas..frenchpolisher 
... Marnie, Mrs Isabella 
... Watson, John, water inspector 
... Leslie, Miss Helen R., grocer 

2 Stevenson, Robert 
... Ritchie, David 

... Reoch, Alex. F., plumber 

EASSON'S ANGLE. 

MILNBANK ROAD. 

1 Connelly, Mary, confectioner 
... Smith, Mrs Mary 



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269 



1 Smith, Frank, teacher 

... Kennedy, Albert J., gardener 
... Kettle, James, ironmonger 
... Flight, John D. , printer 

lAReid, Thomas, tailor 
... Williamson, David, painter 
... Carstairs, Thomas, tenter 
... Bowie, Frank G. , plumber 

3 Imrie, William W. 

. . . Imrie, Mrs Wm. , confectioner 
5 Miller, Thomas, coal merchant 

... Miller, Jane, hairdresser 
7 Kinnear, Joseph 

... Lumsden, Miss May 

... MacDonald, Duncan, woodcrvr. 

... Greer, J. M. , joiner 

4 Whittet, Jas. , calenderworker 
... Clark, Philip, draper 

2AMilne, Alex. C, craneman 

2 Tosh, David, furnaceman 

EDEN STREET. 

ARBROATH ROAD. 

1 Wighton, Frank, salesman 

. . . Gavine, Mrs E. J. 

... Lindsay, Robert, plumber 

... Milne, William, carpenter 

. . . Milne, Miss Jennie, draper 

... Bennet, David, coal merchant 

... Cooper, Mrs Mary 

... Niven, Miss Elizabeth 

... Easton, James, blacksmith 

3 Leslie, James, inspector 

... M'Glashan, David, shipwright 

... Peters, James 

... Winter, Wilson 

... Wilson, George, watchman 

... Longair, Peter, boilermaker 

... Henderson, A., harbour porter 

... Smith, James, mechanic 

5 Bruce, Miss Agnes 

... Leslie, James, tramdriver 

... Brown, Alex. S., grocer's mngr. 

... Cuthbert, Jas., meat salesman 

... Short, John D., paper-ruler 

... Nicoll, Misses 

7 Summers, Harry, storekeeper 

... Watson, William, tailor 

... Ross, Mrs M. A. 

... Christie, John D. , overseer 

... Ramsay, James 

. .. Ramsay, Miss C. , corsetiere 

. .. Paterson, Alexander, joiner 

... Harper, William, chauffeur 

... Sim, Miss Joan 

9 M'Intosh, David, motordriver 

... Graham, George, plumber 

. . . Bleackley, Jas. , dredger worker 



Reid, William, watchman 
Ovenstone, Herbert, overseer 
Tate, James, engineer 
Guild, Mrs E. J. , dairy produce 

dealer 
Anderson, Wm. S. , vehicle bldr. 
Clark, Peter, blacksmith 
Liness, Edward, shipwright 
Simpson, John, cabinetmaker 
Miller, Alexander 
Brown, Joseph, joiner 
M 'Vicar, Donald, mechanic 
Meakin, Samuel, irondriller 
Butchart, Miss Mary,dressmkr. 
Mathers, Albert P. , engineer 
Beckett, Thomas, joiner 
Keddie, Alexander, engineer 
Mill, George, gasfitter 
Gardiner, J. H., patternmaker 
Rose, George, motordriver 
Sampson, James, engineer 
Cargill, D., steelyard attendant 
Findlay, Charles, confectioner 
Robertson, Alex. C, manager 
.. Lowden, Mrs J. D. 
... Beattie, F., examiner 

2 Low, Mrs Elizabeth 

EDWARD STREET. 

BROOK STREET. 

Edward Street Mill; John 
Sharp &Sons, Ltd. , j utespinr s. 
Forest Park place here 
7 Davidson, WilliamF., hardware 
merchant 
Larch street here 
31 Mawhinney, Wm., & Son, coal 

merchants 
35 Lorimer, John, mason 
. Jackson, Harry, grocer 
. Home, Mrs Mary, restaurateur 
. Craik, Mrs 

. Brown, John, cabinetmaker 
. Wood, Robert, foreman 

ELGIN STREET. 

DOWNFIELD. 

1 Robb, Charles, manag. director 

3 M'Gill, Mrs Robina 

5 Mudie, James, secretary 

7 Galloway, James, plumber 
9 Galloway, Edward, clerk 

11 Strachan, William, manager 
13 Knight, James, resident secy. 
15 Brand, Robert, spirit merchant 
10 Dall, William, clerk 

8 Steele, Stewart, joiner 



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Elgin street— continued 

6 Hutchison, David M., overseer 
4 Holway,RaymondL., analytical 
chemist 

2 M'Lean, Alexander, joiner 

ELIZA STREET. 

ALBERT STREET. 

1 Dawson, Mrs Christina 

3 Allan, James, motordriver 

... Watt, Miss Margaret, confectr. 
... Watt, John 

Molison street here 
Stobswell Central School ; 
James Watson, headmaster; 
William Ducat, janitor 

22 Cardwell, James 

20 Millar, William, jutestower 
18 Thorn, James, dustman 

Catherine street here 
12 Croft, Alexander, dustman 
8 Arnott, Eric, billposter 

6 Malloch, John, overseer 

. . . Joss, John, foreman irondresser 

... Joss, Edward D. A., shoemaker 

Dura street here 

4 Forte, Philip, fish restaurateur 
... Shepherd, Mrs J. 

... Burnett, Alex., jutestower 
... Glenday, Alexander, tailor 
... Smith, Isabella 

2 Gallon, Robert, grocer 
... Sclater, John, joiner 

... Bennet, Richard, missionary 
... Adamson, Alex., goods checker 
. . . Mungo, Miss Isabella S. , clerkess 

ELIZABETH STREET. 

MAXWELLTOWN. 

7 Irish National Foresters 

23 Hird, James, fireman 

.. Sullivan, Archibald, overseer 

... Dall, James, bookbinder 

... M'Cluskey, Alex., watchman 

... Greig, Mrs Annie, dairy keeper 

25 Mudie, David, fireman 

... Gribbin, Mrs Charlotte 

Alexander street here 
45 Tay Confectionery Co. 
38 Jackson, Andrew, chimneyswp, 
36 Jamieson, Mrs Elizabeth, brok'r 

Alexander street here 
20 Greig, Mrs Annie, dairykeeper 
16 Duirs, James, hairdresser 
... Watt, Mrs Margaret 
. . . Gilchrist, Miss Agnes, confctnr 

8 M'Gillivray, Miss Ann 

... Jack, John C, blacksmith 



6 Carnegie, William 

... Maxwell, George, coal merch. 

... Rodger, James 

... Keillor, James, overseer 

4 Greig, Robert J. , housefactor 

. . . Reid , Miss Jessie L. , dressmkr. 
... Dorward, George, moulder 

2 Wallace, Jas. C. , pastry baker 
... Duncan, Mrs S., fruiterer 

... Duncan, Stewart, shipwright 

ELLEN STREET. 

SOUTH GEORGE STREET. 

1 Arthur, Mrs Margaret 

3 Jack, Peter, spirit merchant 
... Swan, Alexander, coal salsmn. 
... Wallace, Frederick, insur. agt. 

5 Adamson, Thomas, ironturner 
... Sutherland, William, sailrnaker 
... Inglis, Henry, foreman 

... M'Avan, Peter, coal merchant 

7 Cruickshank, Adam, labourer 
... Keir, John 

... Low, George, mechanic 
9 Innes, John, calenderworker 
... Anderson, James, engineer 
... Imrie, Edward, clerk 
... Morris, William, dairykeeper 
... M'Intosh, Mrs 
... Hay, Robert, blacksmith 

Ness street here 
13 Lyon, James, general dealer 
15 Maich, James, slater 

19 Merry, Robert, mechanic 

21 Sturrock, Henry, ironturner 
27 Forbes, Morris, painter 
... Smart, William, motordriver 
... Alexander, John, vanman 
29 Philip, Charles, postman 
Ann street here 

26 Jack, James, carter 

20 Wallace, Mrs Bella 

18 Anderson, Walter, car cleaner 

8 Morris, William, dairykeeper 

6 Milne, Charles, coaldealer 

2 Boys' Home ; Francis Stark, 

superintendent 

ELLEN STREET— North. 

ANN STREET. 

13 Fenwick, James, labourer 

23 Walker, James, grocer 

25 Cushnie, Mrs A. , confectioner 

27 Prain, John, draper 

... Gauld, Stewart, hardware mer. 
... Mitchell, James, coal merchant 
33 Lindsay, Wm. D. , confectioner 
35 Thomson, Fred., juteworker 



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271 



36 Cooney, Mrs Annie 

... Traill, John, insurance agent 

32 Bryce, Charles, boot repairer 

30 Gourlay, Mrs Ann 

24 Watson, William, secretary 

... Brunton, John, railway worker 

20 Reilly, Tom, music teacher 

A lexandtr street here 
16 Hill, Miss Jane 
14 Lamb, James, foreman 
... Devine, Robert, mechanic 
10 Rodgers, Daniel, vanman 
... Ramsay, David, boot repairer 
8 Cuthill, Alexander, foreman 
6 Hendry, Alexander, labourer 
4 Boyack, George, warehouseman 

ELLENGOWAN DRIVE. 

FERRY ROAD. 

1 Maconachie, William, jun. 

2 Murray, Wm. , lino, operator 

3 Watt, John, foreman 

4 Kingsman, Samuel, gasfitter 

6 Gavin, David A., civil servant 

7 Keiller, James, clerk 

8 Rush, Philip, chef 

9 Crystal, F., sheet-metal worker 

10 Anderson, Mrs Isabella 

11 Morris, Mrs Margaret 

12 Wilcox, Percy, radiographer 

13 Kingsman, William, plumber 

14 Smith, Elliot, compositor 

15 Gray, James, gasworker 

16 Aitken, David, windowcleaner 

18 Thompson, James, boots 

19 Couper, Alexander, baker 

20 Drury, Thomas, engineer 

22 Humphries, William 

23 Scott, Miss Alexina 

24 Kelly, David B., foreman 

25 Stewart, Alexander, foreman 

26 Jamieson, John, tenter 

28 Blacklaw, E., shipsteward 

29 Deacons, Frank, grocer 

30 Cameron, Mrs M., corsetiere 

31 Skinner, James, manager 

32 Russell, Lewis, engineer 

33 Philips, George, joiner 

34 Burnett, George T., baker 

35 Methven, Charles 

... Methven, Mrs C, confectioner 

36 Bruce, Miss Alice, traveller 

38 Thomson, Morice, tailor's cutter 

39 Middlemiss, Thomas 

40 Inglis, Mrs Ethel L. 

41 Shuttleworth, Alfred E., weigh 

ing machine maker 

42 Donaldson, Mrs 



43 Fyffe, Angus, grocer 

44 Ness, W. Whitton, organiser 

45 Reid, James, insurance agent 

48 Menzies, Norman J., printer 

49 M 'Murray, Thos., bricklayer 

50 Barker, Cyril, busdriver 

51 Ross, Mrs Annie, teacher 

52 Anderson, Mrs Allison 

53 Spence, Edwd., photo engraver 

54 Walker, John, secretary 

55 Mudie, David, painter 
Ellengowan house — 

William R. Johnston, mercht. 

Geo. Ogilvie, preserve manufr. 

Thornbank house — James Alex - 

ander& Co., produce merchts. 

56 Silvester, Thomas 

57 Smith, John, compositor 

58 Birss, Miss 

59 M'Allister, Andrew, porter 

60 Macdonald, Donald, shipmaster 

61 Walker, James, joiner 

62 Farquharson, W. B. , motordrvr. 

63 MTntosh, George, hairdresser 

64 Johnstone, James, inspector 

65 Drever, Thomas P., solicitor 

66 Lowe, Mrs Helen 

67 Glen, Charles, dairy keeper 

69 Hall, Miss Elizabeth, dressmkr. 

70 Stewart, Mrs Margaret 

71 Steel, Mrs Elizabeth 

72 Young, Mrs G. 

74 Crawford, Muir, manager 

75 Wood, Robert, electrician 

76 Mills, James, baker 

77 Coats, Archibald, footballer 

78 Tait, William, fireman 

80 Patterson, David, clerk 

81 Cameron, Mrs Jeanette 

82 Brechin, Stewart, labourer 

83 Longair, Mrs Janet, draper 

84 Salmond, Mrs James 

85 Erskine, William, traveller 

86 Scott, John, clerk 

87 Ross, James 

88 Fairweather,And.,motordriver 

89 Cartledge, John, enginedriver 

90 Henderson, Thos., insur. supt. 

91 Ho veil, George, butcher 

92 Jacklin, William 

93 Gray, Mrs Elizabeth 

94 Williamson, Alex., motordvr. 

95 Shand, Mrs James 

96 Mitchell, David , electrical engr. 

97 Brown, David, engraver 

98 Smith, Mrs Margaret 

99 Mackie, Alexander, boxmaker 
100 Stewart, Mrs 



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Ellengowan drive — continued 
100 Stewart, Phyllis F. , fruiterer 

102 Reid, Mrs Sarah 

103 Marr, William, enginedriver 

104 Angus, William W., manager 
106 Brand, Charles G., traveller 

108 Laekie, J amesT., representative 

109 M'Millan, Charles H., gardener 

111 Low, James M., mechanic 

112 Whitton, Miss 

113 Fairlie, W. A., garage propr'tor 

114 Hodge, George, marine engnr. 

115 Archer, Mrs 

117 Urquhart, Charles, salesman 

119 Gray, Mrs Agnes 

120 High, William, grocer 

121 Cruden, George S., joiner 

122 Skilling, James R., agent 

123 Nicoll, James 

124 Wishart, Robert, newsagent 

125 Dargie, Wm. Young, clothier 

126 Sinclair, C. W., music teacher 
128 Haxton, Charles, enginedriver 

ELLIESLEA ROAD. 

WEST FERRY. 

3 Ellieslea— 

David A. Anderson, manufr. 
7 Hazelwood— T. N. J. Bell 

Albany road here 
9 Tawse, Mrs James 

11 Grieve, William, gardener 

... Chambers, William, chauffeur 
Redroofs — T. L. Miller, manuf . 

12 Cargill, James, gardener 

10 Anderson, John A. 

6 Taychreggan — Mrs T. G. Luis 

Stewart Henderson, chauffeur 

2 In vera von — D. C. Thomson, 

newspaper proprietor 

ELM STREET. 

BLACKNESS ROAM. 

1 Elder, John 

3 Pettigrew, R. , temperance agt. 
5 Robertson, Mrs E. L. , teacher 

7 Elliott, W. J., engineer 
9 M 'Donald, Mrs 

11 Christie, John, motor mechanic 

13 Hunt, Miss Helena, teacher 
15 Forsyth, David, clerk 

17 Keith, John R., draper 

19 Paterson, John F., plumber 

21 M'Dougall, David L., traveller 

23 Huggins, Alfred, clerk 

25 Haining, Mrs Isabella 

27 Matthew, Mrs W. E., pianist 

29 Ferguson, John, engineer 



31 Steele, John, clerk 

33 Keracher, Mrs Jessie 

35 Watson, Robert, sen. 

37 Clark, Mrs Frances M. 

39 Hogg, John, engineer 
Logie avenue here 

41 Clark, Thomas 

43 Taylor, Miss Sarah A. 

45 Bell, George, baker 

47 Doig, George, railway inspector 

49 Edwards, James 

51 Kiddie, John A., teleph. engr. 

53 Rose, Henry, grocer 

55 Boyd, David C. , lamplighter 

57 Stewart, Thomas, railwayman 

59 Bonar, Charles, clerk 

61 Gay, John, police sergeant 

63 MacDonald, Wm., insur. agent 
68 Hume, James A., clerk 

66 Craig, Mrs 

64 Law, Thomas P., postman 

62 Guild, George, chauffeur 

60 Robertson, Alexander 

58 James, Robert C, joiner 

54 Chessar, Robert, printer 

52 Ogilvie,Wm. S., licensedgrocer 

50 Matthew, George, marineofficer 

48 Kennedy, Alexander 

46 Anderson, Walter, traveller 
Logie avenue here 

44 Mitchell, Wm.W., motor engnr. 

42 Durward, David E. , electrician 

40 Johnston, Miss Elizabeth, nurse 

38 Mackenzie, Hector 

36 Burnett, Alexr. D., physical 

instructor 

34 Reid, James, confectioner 

32 Scott, John M., clerk 

30 Peters, Edmund B., journalist 

28 Morrison, Walter, painter 

26 Gibson, Alfred, clerk 

24 Macphie, John, printer 

22 Kinnear, John M., traveller 

20 Morton, Thos. G, insur. inspr. 

18 Anderson, Jas. S., insur. clerk 

16 Duncan, David R., clerk 

14 Mackay, Mrs P. 

... Mackay, Miss H., confectioner 

10 Firth, Christopher W., dyer 

8 Ferguson, Mrs E. , spirit merch. 
6 M'Lean, James R. , mason 

4 Sim, J. Herbert, grocer 

2 Thomson, Alfred S., painter 

ERSKINE STREET. 

VICTORIA STREET. 

1 Eastern Co-operative Soc, Ltd. 

9 Forbes, George, coppersmith 



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273 



1 1 Anderson & Sons, coachbuilders 

15 Dunn, Mrs M. 

17 Urquhart, Mrs, confectioner 

Lyon street here 

Taylor, G., & Co., scrap mers. 

Arthur stone terrace here 
39 Broadway Theatre ; George W. 

White, proprietor 
41 Simpson, John, storekeeper 
... Cardno, James, foreman 
... Gray, William, butcher 
... Coudie, William, busdriver 
.. Ogilvie, Andrew, jciner 
. . . Ferguson, David B. , bar mngr. 
... Cruiekshank, Mrs I. 
43 Bruce, David P., vanman 
... Chalmers, David, tramdriver 
... Payne, Ernest, foreman 
... Chalmers, Mrs B. , newsagent 
... Brown, David, baker 
... Whitton, Mrs Helen 
... Penny, Andrew, goods checker 
45 M'Donald, David, blacksmith 
... Buick, John, labourer 
... Clark, James, tailor 
... Sime, Miss Christina 
... M'Gregor, John, hatchman 
47 Gourlay, Mrs Ann, newsagent 
... Mooney, Mrs Margaret 
... Russell, John, milloverseer 
... Jackson, Mrs D. 
... Jackson, Miss Mary, grocer 
... Hunter, James A., mechanic 
49 Scrimgeour, John, joiner 
... Fender, David C, compositor 
... Cargill, Gordon L. , clerk 
... Duncan, Miss Mary 
... MTntosh, C. W. , coppersmith 
... Walker, Mrs Margaret 
... Gibson, Allan, motordriver 
51 Findlay, James, joiner 
... Findlay, Douglas G., joiner 
... Blyth, Alexander, electrician 
... Thomson, Miss Mary 
... Thomson, James, church-officer 
. . . French, John W. , radio dealer 
53 Clark, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Merrilees, Daniel, baker 
... Low, John C, shoemaker 
... M'Vie, Floral. 
... Reid, Gardyne, iron turner 

Dura street here 

Arthurstone terrace here 
22 Mitchell, John, fireman 
... Hunter, John, warehouseman 
... Rodger, David, church-officer 
... Watson, George, baker 
20 Mollison, Friend S., spirit mer. 



Lyon street here 
12 M' Far lane, James, plasterer 
... Marroney, Mrs Mary 

8 Ross, James, sawyer 

6 Carswell, James, millworker 

4 Mudie, Robert 

2 Millar, Miss M. 
... Hoy, Mrs W. W. 
... Gowans, Miss E., cert, midwife 
. . . Maxwell, Fred. , f renchpolisher 

ERSKINE STREET— North. 

DURA STREET. 

14 Leonard, Francis, tenter 
... Gibb, Miss Frances 
... Dunn, William, mechanic 
16 Masterton, Mrs Wilhelmina 
18 Smart, Henry, labourer 
20 Robertson, Mrs Margaret 

Malcolm street here 
22 Will, James M. 
24 Robertson, David, clerk 
... M'Rae, Alex., hairdresser 
... Dawson, Charles C. R., fitter 

ESPLANADE. 

(See Riverside drive.) 

ESPLANADE. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

lAArthur, Mrs H. T., tearooms 
Brook street here 

1 Chapman, Mrs John 

2 Bates, Alexander 

3 Greig, Mrs Jane 

4 Dawson, William 
... Dawson, John 

5 M'Laren, John A., merchant 

6 Miller, Stuart S. , houseagent 

7 Mackenzie, John D., solicitor 

8 Baker, W. G., agent 
... Baxter, Mrs R. G. 

... Gillanders, William, engineer 

9 Cowan, Miss Jane 

... Millar, Douglas F., chemist 

10 Wild, G. W., foreign corres. 
... Reid, Mrs Robert R. 

11 Sutherland, John, meatsalesmn. 
... Edward, Frank R., jeweller 

12 King, Andrew, bank agent 
... Sives, John, traveller 

13 Dainty, Herbert, representative 
... Robertson, Miss Agnes 

14 Gillies, James, cabinetmaker 
... Smith, Mrs Helen G. 

15 Eggo, Mrs 

... Knight, John M., confectioner 

16 Smart, Misses J. and A. 



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Esplanade, B. Ferry — continued 

16 Taylor, J. D., traveller 

17 Seott, Walter L., anal, chemist 

18 Wylie, Miss E. 

19 Black, Miss E. M. 
Panmure street here 

20 Scott, Miss Mary 

21 Whitton, Mrs 

22 Ponsford, Mrs A. 

23 Taylor, Miss 

24 Williams, Mrs M. 
Rugby terrace 

6 Webster, William, painter 

7 Imandt, Miss 

8 Gillies, Mrs Jessie 

9 Dunn, A. G., traveller 

10 Crombie, G. G., grocer 

11 Westwood, Alexander, checker 

12 Reid, Miss Jessie 

13 Leuchars, Mrs W. 

14 Grieve, Miss C. 
Corporation Putting Course and 

Tennis Courts 
Eastcott — 

J. T. Stewart, insur. manager 
Chalet Roadhouse ; Mrs George 

White, proprietrix 

ETON STREET. 

OXFORD STREET. 

1 Mackay, Rev. J. C. 

3 Kennedy, William, traveller 
5 Wallace, Harry, baker 

11 Ritchie, Alexander A., fruiterer 
15 Grant, A. D., postal overseer 
Roselea cottage — 
Alfred J. Talbot, shopfitter 

EUCLID CRESCENT. 
High School; Ian M. Bain, 
rector ; Wm. Smith, janitor 
24 High School for Girls; John 
M'Culloch, caretaker 

4 Original Secession Church 

2 M'Donald & Co., stockbrokers 

EUCLID STREET. 

1 General Post Office 

2 Dundee Savings Bank — 

Alexander L. Ross, actuary 

EXCHANGE STREET. 

CASTLE STREET. 

3 Drysdale, David, saddler 

5 Maconachie, Wm., newsagent 
7 Scott, Geo. C. M. , millf oreman 

... Cunningham, R. Y., stationer 
... Larg, Mrs J., apartments 



9 Wallace, David, butcher 

13 Tyres (Scotland), Ltd. 

15 Moncrieff, Sydney, garage at- 

tendant 
. . . Livie, James M. , dockgateman 
... Booth, William, tailor 
... Booth, Mrs Wm., apartments 

17 Doig, William, hairdresser 

29 Ogilvie, John, potato merchant 

31 Barclay, Alex., hairdresser 

... Moir, James, mechanic 

. . . M'Lellan, D. C. , tchr. of dancing 

... Gellatly, Mrs 

... Charvill, Mrs, apartments 

... Jack, Thomas R., baker 

33 Ritchie's Express Co., carriers 

37 M 'In tyre, P., Ltd., auctioneers 

39 Milligan,DavidW. .lamplighter 

... Milligan, George, labourer 

26 Whitton, David P., &Sons,Ltd., 

fancy goods merchants 
22 Stephen, George, & Sons, Ltd., 

iron merchants 
20 Coyle, M.,&Sons, whisky mers. 

16 Brown & Tawse, Ltd., ironmers. 

12 Fairweather, A. , & Sons, whole- 

sale newsagents 

10 Clark, A. Earl, music teacher 
... Johns, Reuben 

. . . Beaumont, Miss Violet 

2 Stewart, Alex., & Son, of 

Dundee (1924), distillers 

FAIRBAIRN STREET. 

ARKLAY STREET. 

14 Duncan, Alex., coal salesman 
... M'Lean, Felix, cranedriver 

16 Husband, John D., painter 
... Cowan, Henry, joiner 

... Walker, John, coal salesman 

18 Thomson, Mrs Mary Ann 

. . . M'Donagh, Hugh, calenderwkr. 

20 Kirk, Thomas, woodturner 
... Whittet, Henry, vanman 

FAIRFIELD ROAD. 

STRATHMARTINE ROAD. 

1 M'Donald, David, foreman 

3 Boyd, Mrs Eliza 

5 Smeaton, James, dairyman 

9 Scott, Charles, carter 

11 Coventry, Wm., wine merchant 

13 Beattie, John, confectioner 

17 Bathie, Neil F. , milk salesman 

21 Wilson, Victor C, contractor 
Thain, Albert, joiner 
Fairmuir street here 

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Anchorage F.C. Clubrooms 
Watson, George, painter 
Waddell, James, firewood mer 

chant 
Arnott, Robert, slater 
Hay, John, boot repairer 

FAIRFIELD ROAD. 

WEST FERRY. 

1 Fairfield— 

David P. How, merchant 

7 Craigmore — 

J. W. Scott, manufacturer 

James Cruden, gardener 
Albany road here 
15 Bed Court — Ernest Grant 

William Spence, gardener 
Strathern road here 
Craigmount — S. C. Thomson 
21 Winyates — 

Alfred Smith, R.D, R.N.R. 
Selbie lodge — 

James L. Peter, merchant 
Strathern road here 

10 Macdonald, W. B. 
Albany road here 

8 Murray, Francis, gardener 

FAIRFIELD STREET. 

OLD GLAMISROAD. 

Hawkhill Harriers' Clubrooms 

11 Thain, Albert, joiner 

10 M'Lean, W., & Sons, motor 

engineers 
. . . Opalstone Co. 
... D'dee Pleasure Services, motor 

hirers 
8 Thistle cottage — Julio I. Villa, 
Spanish consular agent 
M'Lean, Alexander, engineer 

FAIRMUIR ROAD. 

OLD GLAMIS ROAD. 

12 M'Lean, David, & Sons, joiners 
8 M'Lean, James, joiner 

Public Tennis Courts 

Fairfield Bowling Club 

Miln, Thos., Ltd., reedmakers 

FAIRMUIR STREET. 

CLEPINGTON ROAD. 

Fairfield road here 

11 Galloway, Miss J. 

... Cathro, David M., tinsmith 
... Galloway, J., &Sons, plmbers. 

Fairfield street here 

Cameron, Geo. M., upholsterer 

Fairmuir road here 



Fairmuir street, North 

3 Jolly, Jas. K., representative 
5 Moncrieff, J. G., headmaster 

4 M'Cormick,R.M., P.O. sorter 
Park road here 

Fairmuir Bowling Green 
North End Park ; North End 
Football Club 

FARINGTON STREET. 

PERTH ROAD. 

1 Brown, Francis R., surgeon 
21 East, Mrs Albert 

23 Tillyloss— R. R. Smith, mangr. 

50 Butchart, Alexander 

48 Colquhoun, Mrs W. Y. 

46 Dewar, William, auctioneer 

44 Guild, Mrs Thos. C, butcher 

42 Barry, Edward 

40 Arnot, Miss Anna M. 

30 Moraig— 

James A. Briggs, asphalt mfr. 

ARNHALL GARDENS 

2 Watson, James Y., importer 
28 Buttar, Mrs David 

4 Parker, Edward 

2 Valentine, Ranald L. H., 

publisher 

FARINGTON TERRACE. 

PERTH ROAD 

3 Greymount — 

Mrs D. J. Tweedie 

5 Christie, Miss A. 
Farington — 

W. B. Dickie, jun., solicitor 
8 Mitchell, George C. 

FERGUSON STREET. 

PRINCES STREET. 

1 Johnman, John H., ironturner 
... Smith, George S., ship-painter 
3 Tosh, James, warehouseman 

Crescent lane here 
11 Fox, Miss Alice, teacher of 

dancing 
10 Farmer, Alexander, barman 
8 Scott, John S., waste mercht. 

Crescent lane here 
6ASharkey, John, broker 

FERRY ROAD. 

(See Broughty Ferry road.) 

FINGASK STREET. 

ADELAIDE PLACE. 

1 Bowden, Frederick, grocer 
3 Ross, John 



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Fingask street— continued 

5 Mitchell, Harry J. 

7 Fleming, Robert L. , manufactr 
9 Raitt, John, garage proprietor 
11 Wright, James, millmanager 
13 Milne, Charles W., clerk 
15 Donaldson, Andrew M., secy. 
Kinghorne road here 

6 Whiteside, Wm.,prov. mercht. 

4 M'Gonigal, Mrs J. 

FINTRY PLACE. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Buchan, Mrs J. A. 

3 Dobbin, John, gardener 

5 Inglis, Harry, secretary 
Seafield road here 
Mackenzie, Anthony Traill 

15 Collier, David E., rector 

17 Sinclair, Mrs Mary 
19 Dickson, Mrs J. 

21 Robertson, Captain F. E. 

23 Keir, Rev. Thomas H. 

25 Anderson, Jas. K., jun., engnr. 

Forthill road here 
27 Geekie, David, market gardener 

6 Dobbin, William B., gardener 

FISHER STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Stalker, Mrs Margaret, grocer 

7 Valentine, James, joiner 

. . . Lorimer, Alex. N. , church-officr. 
... Masson, Douglas, cabinetmaker 
. . . Fettes, Alex. , railway linesman 
Dundas street here 
Chapel lane 
6 Thomson, James, & Co., con- 
tractors 
11 Sieve wright, Mrs Jessie, grocer 
57 Watson, William, pilot 
73 Gall, John B. , shipmaster 
87 Home, William C. 
Fort street here 
Lifeboat House 
109 Thomson, Mrs W., grocer 
115 White, Robert S., fisherman 
Jetty lane 
Duncan, David, coal mercht. 
121 Grant, Alexander, wine mer- 
chant 
David street 
6 Reid, John, clerk 
143 Duncan, Mrs C. , confectioner 
Ambrose street here 

18 Bath cottage — 

Geo. D. Thomson, enginefitter 



FLEMING GARDENS— East. 

arklay street. 
1 Campbell, Mrs Catherine 

3 Yule, Root., chimneysweeper 

5 Baillie, John, shop assistant 

7 Yule, Eric, labourer 

8 Dunbar, John, carter 

6 M'Allister, Alex., labourer 

4 Cooney, Peter, labourer 

FLEMING GARDENS— North. 

CLEPINGTON. 

1 Markie, James, labourer 
. . . Banks, Patrick, calenderworker 

3 Campbell, George, gardener 

5 Hennessy, Mrs 

7 Robertson, David, labourer 

9 Jack, Mrs Mary 
Hindmarsh avenue here 

11 Young, Mrs Jean 

... Arnott, Mrs Margaret 

13 Cavin, George, shop assistant 
... M'Robbie, Thomas R., railway 

worker 

15 Gray, Miss Joanna 

... Christie, Mrs Martha 

... Bate, Miss M., confectioner 

17 Adam, Robert, coal merchant 

19 Fooks, Charles, insur. agent 
30 Smith, Joseph 

28 Stevenson, George, fireman 
26 M 'Guigan, Francis, coal carter 
24 Kennedy, William 
22 Morrison, Robert, labourer 

20 Stewart, Mrs Marion 
... Sim, Miss Jane 

18 Dolan, Richard, hotel boots 

16 Storrier, James, mill worker 
Hindmarsh avenue here 

14 O'Neill, John, fireman 

12 Reynolds, Mrs B. 

. . . Colliston, Mrs Mary 
10 Niddrie, Miss Rachael 

8 Stott, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Trueland, Mrs 

6 Dallas, Mrs Annie 

... Cumming, Andrew, salesman 

4 Mitchell, James, machineman 

2 Lorimer, Mrs M. 

... Ogilvie, Charles, dyeworker 

FLEMING GARDENS— South. 

CLEPINGTON. 

1 Goff, Joseph, millworker 

3 Dunbar, Robert, hosepipe wvr. 

5 Henderson, John, waiter 

7 Black, Robert, jute batcher 
... Wallace, John, seaman 



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Christie, Gavin, driller 
Moore, William, cellarman 
O'Neill, James, calender-worker 
Stevenson, Daniel, labourer 
Duffie, Edward, general dealer 
M'Cann, John, labourer 
Paton, William, turner 
Richardson, William, labourer 
Langlands, Andrew, labourer 
Dancer, Malcolm, seaman 
Johnston, Robert, wareh'seman 
Kimmet, James, labourer 
Hastie, Joseph, ship-plater 
Scally, Thomas, labourer 
Duncan, William, dockgateman 
Jack, Mrs Jessie 
Thomson, Mrs Mary, midwife 
Latto, George F. 
Nixon, Alexander 
Kennedy, William, foreman 
Findlay, Johnston, tailor 
Boyle, Mrs Jessie 
Lindsay, Mrs Helen 
Hindmarsh avenue here 
Grant, Mrs Elizabeth 
Anderson, Mrs Elizabeth 
Stewart, Charles 
Shirkey, John, labourer 
Strachan, William, seaman 
Markie, James, labourer 
W T ilson, Robert, watchman 



FLEMING GARDENS— West. 

CLEPINGTON. 

1 Garry, Patrick, fireman 
... Sangster, James K. 

3 Beat, P., slater 
. . . Knight, Mrs I. 

5 Clarkson, Henry, millworker 
... Jones, Henry, carpenter 

6 Duncan, David, labourer 

4 Brock, Chris., boot repairer 

2 Patterson, Robert 

FLEUCHAR STREET. 

MILNBANK ROAD. 

3 Day Nursery ; Miss V. Wilson, 

matron 

7 Bunt, Mrs M. 

11 Littlejohn, David, bobbinmkr. 

... Poustie, Mrs David 

34 Mill, Archibald, joiner 

... Younger, Mrs John 

... Cockburn, James, mechanic 

... Smith, Edwin, printer 

24 Gordon, David 

20 M'Gregor, David 

18 Scrimgeour, Mrs, booksewer 



16 Saunders, Mrs H. M. 
14Blnglis, David, grocer 
14AHarley, William, chauffeur 

14 Lynch, Donald D. , undertaker 
... Lynch, Miss Lizzie 

12 Whyte, William, plumber 
10 Halliday, Alex., motordriver 

8 Findlay, George, watchman 
6 Olivers, Charles, boot repairer 

FLIGHT'S LANE. 

LOCHEE. 

(One way street — Westwards) 

1 Walker, James, tramwayman 

... Mackenzie, Miss Mary, grocer 

5 Davidson, Andrew, jun., joiner 

15 Lochee Day Nursery ; Miss 

S. Ashford, matron 
24 Malone, Peter J., tramwayman 
22 Ferrie, Mrs Annie, confectioner 
20 M'Caffrey, Gerard, fruiterer 
18 Sawers, Alex. M., produce dealer 

16 Birrell, Miss Christina 

... Adam, James, chimneysweep 
... Foote, Thomas 
14 Mulvey & Harris, ladies' hair- 
dressers 

10 Burns, Samuel F., painter 

8 Walker, Henry, plumber 

FORD'S LANE. 

PERTH ROAD. 

1 Lochhead, John, assist, foreman 

17 Dickson, Rose, confectioner 

14 Johnston, David, blacksmith 
... Davis, Mrs E. 

... Mackenzie, Wm. A., waiter 

... Staig, Miss Elizabeth, newsagt. 

... Small, Henrietta, confectioner 

,.. Iannetta, Fred., confectioner 

6 Milroy, David, plumber 

4 Anderson, Alex., millworker 

2 Dewar, Peter, ironturuer 
... Dewar, Miss J., nurse 

... Neill, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Booth, Miss C, confectioner 
... Harvey, Jas. M. C, contractor 
... Thomson, John, bootmaker 

FOREBANK ROAD. 

VICTORIA ROAD. 

1 Forebank Dye Works ; Wm. 
Watson ( Dundee ), Ltd ., dyer s 

9 Roger, Miss Mary 

11 Rigby, A. W., confectioner 

13 Nunn, Mrs Edward, apartments 

15 Nicol, Alexander, calenderwkr. 
... Dixon, James, salesman 



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Forebank road — continued 
17 Foley, Mrs Ann 
21 Campbell, David, jutestower 
... Stewart, Alexander 
... Gilruth, Peter, calenderworker 
... Gourlay, William, fitter 

23 Waddell, James, firewood mer. 
... Clark, Thomas, scrap merchant 
25 Carroll, James, labourer 

Recreation Ground 

Powrie place here 
36 St Mary's R.C. Church 
34 St Mary's R.C. School- 
Brother Kenny, headmaster 

24 Morrell, Annie 
... Creegan, George, bricklayer 

Forebank terrace 

1 Lee, Miss 
... Chalmers, George, foreman 
... Mudie, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Hunt, Frank, stationer 
... Young, Charles, baker 
... M'Inally, Hugh 

2 Dalgetty, Mrs 
... Forbes, John, journalist 
... Smith, James, billiard-saloon 

proprietor 
... Young, Miss H. C, house 

proprietrix 
... Mac Bean, David, insur. agent 
. . . Cameron, Mrs E. , confectioner 
... Lamb, R. G., newsagent 
20AM'Nab, John, & Son, joiners 
20 Brown, Mrs Rachel 
... Macdonald, Alexander 
... Heffell, Osborne, plumber 
... Proctor, Gilbert, gasworker 
... Baillie, Quintin, salesman 
... Howie, Mrs J. N. 
... Tough, James G., electrician 
18 Thomson, Mrs James 
... M'Laggan, Alex., blacksmith 
... Whitton, Andrew, plumber 
. . . Ross,' Ernest V. , clerk 
... Caution, William M., clerk 
... Caution, Mrs E., chiropodist 
... Dolan, James, secretary 
.. Fenton, Harry, auctioneer 
16 Fen wick, Harry, fruiterer 
... Crichton, John, foreman 
... Bremner, David, cooper 
... M'Cormick, Samuel, butler 
... Campbell, T. W., hairdresser 
... Robertson, Alex., insur. agent 
... Buick, Charles, engineer 
... Robertson, Wm., bookbinder 
14 Rein 1 , John, caretaker 
4 Cook, E. W., marine engineer 



4 Bell, Frederick, motordriver 
2 High, George, undertaker 



34 



32 



28 



11 



13 



15 



FOREST PARK PLACE. 

FOREST PARK ROAD. 

Electricity Sub-Station 

Rose, James 

Bell, James, matmaker 

M 'Master, Mrs 

Orme, William, railway checker 

Brown, James S., joiner 

Robertson, Chas., bar manager 

M'Leod, Peter 

Buckley, Bernard J. , foreman 

Ramsay, Mrs Isabella 

Robertson, Mrs J. 

Milne, James, goods guard 

Smart, Alfred A., turner 

Skea, Frederick, grocer 

M'Inues, Alexander, painter 

Burns, James, joiner 

Crawford, William, clerk 

Middleton, Thomas, foreman 

Morrison, Alex., range builder 

Roger, Edward, sugarboiler 

Dunn, Robert, watchman 

Robertson, Miss Annie 

FOREST PARK ROAD. 

BLACKNESS ROAD. 

Rossi, Peter, restaurateur 
Robertson, Wm., calenderwkr. 
M'Phee, Angus, lorryman 
Stirling, John, compositor 
Rossi, D. 0. , fish restaurateur 
Turley, Mrs E. , fruiterer 
Morrison, Thomas, tailor 
Henderson, Mrs 
Somerville, William 
Young, George, ironturner 
Hannah, Harry, storekeeper 
Marnoch, Chas., frenchpolisher 
Ramsay, Charles, milk salesmn. 
Baird, James, postman 
Ewan, William B., painter 
Millar, William 
Lamb, Rowland, tailor 
Small, Miss Janet, confectioner 
Barnes, Robert, enginedriver 
Henderson, Mrs William 
Rodger, Alexander, mechanic 
Gibson, David, warehouseman 
Orcheson, Jas. P., watchmaker 
Smith, Andrew F., newsagent 
Napier, Alex. , insur. agent 
Johnstone, Geo., insur. agent 
Wilson, Geoffrey, baker 
Simpson, Mrs John 



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279 



15 Young, Wm.S., motor-trimmer 

... Lumsden, Miss Margaret 

... Kirk, George, passenger guard 

17 Prain, Miss Leah 

... M'Kinlay, Mrs Isabella 
... Watson, Miss Julia, teacher 
... Black, William, painter 
... Crerar, Donald, hairdresser 
. ... Maxwell, Misses 

19 Crammond, Mrs I., licen. grocer 
Forest Park place here 
Forest Park Cinema ; Harry 

Dickens, manager 
30 Macdonald, Duncan, plasterer 
28 M'Gregor, Thomas, dealer 
... Dunn, Mrs Ellen 
... Kidd, Frederick, grocer 
... Reilly, Mrs A. 
26 Boyack, Miss Mary 
... Wilson, John, grocer 
... Garthley, Robert, tenter 
24 Forbes, James, confectioner 
... Wallace, George S. , mechanic 
... Bennet, John A., church-officer 
... Gillan, William W., baker 
... Paterson, J. M., overseer 
22 Knight, Robert 
... Wood, Mrs George 
... M'Gregor, James, joiner 
... Livingstone, Alfred, joiner 

20 Copley, Edward, chief steward 
... Young, Mrs James S. 

... Marshall, William 

... Huggins, William, manager 

... Roney, Miss M. 

... Wallace, James, overseer 

18 Bissett, Alexander 
... Bell, David, joiner 

... Miller, Misses A. and L. 
... Coyle, Frank, ironturner 
... M 'Bride, Thomas, organist 
... Maclaren, Frank, baker 
16 Harrow, Frank, fireman 
... Lindsay, William M., joiner 
... Ayre, Miss Jessie 
... Simms, William H , baker 
... Dwyer, Wm., enginedriver 
... Harkins, John, tenter 
... Begg, George E. 
14 Smith, James 
... Duncan, Alexander, plumber 
... Lornie, John, tobacconist 
... M 'Bride, Terrence, clerk 
... Checkley, Mrs Charles 
... Livingstone, Daniel, clerk 
... Walker, Gilbert, overseer 
12 Stevenson, Miss Margaret 
... Ireland, James, mechanic 



12 Beedie, Robert, fruiterer 

... Taylor, George M., grocer 

... Petrie, James, engineer 

10 Scott, Mrs Fiulay 

... Law, William, warehouseman 

... Peters, George, cabinetmaker 

... Speed, Charles, confectioner 

8 M'Kaig, John, baker 

. . . Allardice, Wm. , warehouseman 

... Deas, Mrs Margaret 

... Morgan, Mrs G. 

... Brown, David, milk salesman 

6 Allan, William, baker 
... Gordon, Misses 

... Dingwall, James A., clerk 

. . . Skea, Mrs Jeanetta, dressmkr. 

... Houghton, Andrew 

... M'Kinnes, George J., tailor 

... Inglis, Mrs Henry 

... Skea, Mrs David 

2 Small, Miss Janet, confectioner 

FORESTER STREET. 

RATTRAY STREET. 

2 Philp, Miss 

... Ritchie, James 

... Walker, Mrs Helen, nurse 

... Crooks, James, plumber 

... Farquhar, Joseph, comis, agent 

... Craig, John, traveller 

... Cameron, James, motordriver 

... Fairweather, D. C, engineer 

4 Roger, John, plumber 
... Thompson, Mrs Agnes 

... Robertson, Richard D., city 

inspector of lighting 
... Munro, William, chauffeur 
... Lees, David, traveller 
... Jackson, Robert, brassfinisher 
... Hunter, Robert, church-officer 

FORFAR ROAD. 

Morgan Academy- 
David E. Collier, rector 
David J. Shepherd, janitor 
1 Fairweather, Mrs H. 

3 Brown, Robert, grocer 

5 Grant, Frederick, spirit merch. 

7 Mitchell, Mrs Jessie 
Madeira street here 

9 Robinson, Miss F. 
1 1 Nicholson, Miss K. 

Athole terrace 
13 Hardie, George, clerk 
15 Soutar, Mrs Annie E. 
17 Whyte, W. S., insur. manager 

Whyte, Mrs Helen 
19 Fyffe, Misses 



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Forfar road — continued 
21 Miller, John, millfurnisher 
23 Garland, Miss M. 
25 Robertson, Alex., optician 

Walrond street here 
25ACorporation Transport Depot 

Dundee Curling Club 

Stobsmuir Tennis Courts 
27 Taylor, James, rector 
29 Scott, Wm., water inspector 

Glepington road here 

Strathview terrace 
31 Johnston, John, grocer 
33 Brown, Robert G. W., musical 

instrument dealer 
35 Blackadder, David, solicitor 
37 Bell, Archibald, solicitor 
... Bell, Miss A. T. 
39 Anderson, Mrs M. F. 
43 Robertson, Miss 
45 Lee, Mrs David 
47 Ogilvie, Mrs John 

Stevenson, James M. , traveller 
49 Adie, Miss F. M. 
51 Bond, John R. , solicitor 
53 Cochrane, Mrs Alexander 
55 Langlands, Miss B. H. 
57 Hillside- 
Harry W. Tough, manufact'r 

Kingsway here 
61 Caird Park Service Station, 

garage 
83 Machar, John B., manager 
... Gibb, David, cashier 
87 Mackenzie, Mrs Frances 

Morgan Academy Recreation 
Ground ; Thomas W. Elliot, 
groundsman 

91 Alfriston— 

Peter S. Low, merchant 

93 Brunnen — 

Stewart Adamson, journalist 

95 Shepherd, John L., chartered 

surveyor 
Lynch, Misses 
Wilson, Ogilvie 
Mains Tollhouse — 
Alex. Robertson, gardener 
106 MacBean, Jas. W. J., manager 
104 Muirlyn— Mrs F. Taylor 

Captain W. Y. Feggetter 
102 Christie, Mrs M. 
100 Cree, Thomas Mudie, clerk 
98 M 'Naughton, J . M. K. , engineer 

96 M'Intosh, Mrs A. M. 

94 Robertson, W. P., motor prop tr, 

92 Spankie, David, merchant 
90 Steven, William 



88 Winter, Fred., bookseller 
Lammerton terrace here 

86 Justice, M. L., house furnisher 
Glepington road here 

84 Rea, Wm. W., licensed grocer 
Buckingham terrace 

82 Lee, Herman J. 

80 Scrimgeour, John, engineer 

78 Roger, Janet H., music tchr. 

76 Mackenzie, Mrs Helen 

74 Coventry, Mrs William 

72 Allen, Miss B. 

70 Petrie, Mrs Andrew 

68 Wenyon, Dr E. J. M. 

66 Carter, Missss 

64 Leitch, Neil, clerk 

LORNE TERRACE 

62 Brown, Mrs Annie 
60 Drummond, Mrs W. D. 
58 Webster, Alexander, librarian 
56 Miller, John R., organbuilder 
Argyle street here 
Morgan terrace 
54 Knuck, James H., merchant 
52 Barrie, Misses E. and J. 
50 Duthie, Miss G. 
46 Mackay, Robert 

M ackay , Robert H. , wine mer- 
chant 
44 Gibbs, S. Clive, manager 
42 Knight, Mrs A. S. 
Shamrock street here 
Daisybank 
40 Macdonald, Dr J. B. 

Thomson, Frank D. , architect 
... Cuthbert, Henry V., solicitor 
. . . Drysdale, Mrs J ames 

Duncan, Wm. O, traveller 
Moy VILLAS 
38 Johnston, Charles M. , billiard- 
room proprietor 
Milne, Thomas 
Reid, Alexander, secretary 
Reid, A. Morrison, violinist 
Reid, Evelyn, pianist 
Cameron, Robert, ret. teacher 
Milne, John, wholesale grocer 
36 M'Gillivray, Dr Malcolm 
34AGibb, Mrs Annie, dairykeeper 

Maryfield terrace here 
34 Soutar, Mrs, confectioner 

Albyn villas 
32 Brown, Robert, checker 
... M'Kay, Alexander D. D., 

mathematics master 
... Young, David 
30 Heggie, William, traveller 
28 Leonard, Alex., lamplighter 



STREET 
28 Williams, Mrs M. 
,.. Coulter, John H. , superinten 

dent 
... Hay, Mrs Jessie 
... Hanton, Miss Christina 
26 Barty, Miss, teacher 
... Allan, Mrs E. 
... Buchanan, Mrs Robert 
... Barclay, James, baker 
. . . Barclay, Andrew V. , baker 
... Stronner, Miss, teacher 

Janefiekl place here 
24 Malcolm, Dr Elizabeth S. 
22 Devine, Dr John B. 

WOODVILLE Pr,ACE 

20a Laird, Mrs John 

... Finnigan, Dr Jean 

... Jack, William, butcher 

20 Thomson, Miss 

. . . Tasker, William, carpetweaver 

18AM'Nicoll, Walter, lecturer 

... Ross, Bobert S., engineer 

18 Alexander, Robert B. , joiner 

16 Alexander, R. B., & Co., joiners 

Parkview terrace 
14 Robertson, James, recruiting 
officer 
Selbie, Alex. H.,insur, agent 
MacLean, Hector, C.A. 
Suttie, Alex. D. , salesman 
Hunter, Alexander, engineer 
12 Ross, Andrew M., engineer 
Sword, George, com. traveller 
Hendry, Robert, gardener 
Webster, Allan, lino, operator 
Blair, Mrs Margaret 
Steele, George, tenter 
10 Cameron, William, foreman 
Robertson, Dorothy M., teacher 
Grieve, George M. , clerk 
Findlay, Margaret, milliner 
Findlay, Mrs Elizabeth 
Bruce, Mrs Agnes 
Fleming, James, clerk 
Bell, Herbert W. . salesman 
Bell, Mrs J. E. 
Philip, Robert N. 
Hunter, Mrs Agnes 
Scrimgeour, William, engineer 
Martin, Joseph, foreman 
Martin, Miss C, confectioner 
Chalmers, Frank, salesman 
Shaw, Alfred, overseer 
Sturrock, Geo., machineman 
Stewart, Miss E. D. 
4 Tait, Richard, joiner 
2 Dundee Eastern Co-operative 
Society, Ltd. 



DIRECTORY. 281 

FORT STREET. 

RICHMOND TERRACE. 

1 Scott, Rev. Roland M. Boyd 

3 Lawrence, Misses 

5 Robertson, Mrs G. 

7 Walker, Mrs J. R. 

9 Panton, John D. , harbour treas. 
11 Galloway, David 
13 Cowper, Ralph C. 



FORT STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

St James' Church 
11 Wilson, Robert, foreman 
... Stewart, Charles M., painter 
... Crichton, James, vanman 
. . . Stewart, David , metal polisher 
21 Dickson, James, trawler master 
29 Rodger, Mrs Alexander 
31 Gall, Alexander, billiard-room 

proprietor 
35 Lorimer, Joseph, bleacher 
37 Gasparina, G., fish restaurant 
39 Scott, David, gardener 
41 Dargie, Miss Alexina, fruiterer 

King street here 
43 Meredith, Charles, & Sons, 

cabinetmakers 
45 Gall, Thomas M., cabinetmaker 
49 Scott, Norman, builder 
53 Watt, Mrs C. S. 
55 Fyffe, Miss J. 
57 Paterson, Henry, coachbuilder 
63 Fort Street house— 
Dr Malcolm Chalmers 

Long lane here 
67 Easson, R., & Co., grain mer- 
chants 

79 Peebles, Jas., jobbing gai'dener 
81 Smeaton, Mrs William 

... Brown, G. J., ship's officer 
... Macfarlane, Mrs David H. 

85 Sutherland, John B. 

... Elder, George W. F., engineer 

93 Thomson, Miss Jessie 

95 Farquharson, James, plumber 

Brook street here 

Queen street here 
97 Hill cottage — 

Mrs G. Mackness 

Gamperdoivn street here 

Queen street here 
100 Travers, James 

Brook street here 
88 Mackenzie, Thomas, hairdresser 

86 Gillies & Son, auctioneers 

84 Dundee Savings Bank (branch) 

80 Gall, Mrs Isabella 



282 STREET 

Fort street, B. Ferry — continued 
76 Fox, Walter H. 
72 Craik, Charles, factoryworker 
68 M'Leod, Alex., & Sons, painters 
66 Gardyne, J. G., master of works 

Long lane here 
62 Thomson, Thomas B., painter 
60 (^ray, Wm., & Son, wine mers. 
56 Gregory, Mrs F. S., wine mer. 
54 Davie, James, electrical enginr. 
52 Gall, Thomas M , cabinetmaker 
48 Brodie, Richard, manager 

King street here 
42 Walker, Mrs Netta, grocer 
28 Carse of Gowrie Dairy Co. , Ltd. 
18 Hutchison, John, baker 
. . . Rodger, John H. , bootmaker 
... Davidson, James, baker 
. . . Grieve, John, lifeboat motorman 
12 Brodie, Robert, spirit merchant 
6 Duncan, David, coal merchant 
2 Thomson, Mrs William 



FORTHILL DRIVE. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Philp, Alexander 

3 Potts, George, butcher 

5 M'Combe, John 

7 Stark, James, scientific instru- 
ment maker 
11 Joss, John W., shoemaker 
13 White, William G., gardener 
15 Bell, Daniel, gardener 
17 Peebles, Ernest F., traveller 
19 Isard, Arthur, clerk 
21 Crabb, David N., electrician 
23 Murray, Percy, lino, operator 
25 Scott, Alexander 
27 M'Lean, Robert, baker 
29 Davidson, Alexander, clerk 
31 Bloomer, John, assistant super- 
intendent 
33 Macintyre, Angus S., clerk 
35 Henderson, William, clerk 
39 Young, James F. , traveller 
41 Anderson, Arthur N., engineer 
43 Lyon, John, clerk 
45 Hall, Miss Annie 
47 Maitland, David, postman 
49 Robb, Mrs Margaret 
51 Robertson, Duncan S. 
53 Anderson, David, traveller 
55 Mason, James, manager 
57 Hall, Geoffrey M., optician 
59 Young, John A., baker 
61 Gourlay, William 
63 Dickson, Charles, policeman 
65 Geekie, William, dairyman 



DIRECTORY. 

67 Stewart, Mrs Isabella 

69 Lee, Robert, lithographer 

71 Forrester, Henry, clerk 

73 Seth, Alexander, painter 

75 Reid, A. G. 

77 Hickey, Patrick, car conductor 

79 Leithead, Charles, clerk 

81 Philip, Miss Constance 

83 Blacklaws, George, chauffeur 

85 Johnstone, Mrs Ada 

87 Coyle, John, decorator 

89 Munro, Thomas, plasterer 

91 Smith, Patrick, painter 
148 Dempster, James R., traveller 
146 Crockatt, J. A., insurance agt. 
144 Russell, John, nurseryman 
142 Cullen, Gavin, colliery agent 
140 Fleming, Ian, baker 
138 Craig, George D., cutter 
136 Stevens, Albert, tyrefitter 
134 Watson, William, artist 
132 Jamieson, Miss W. 
130 M'Dougall, Thomas 
128 Glenday, Mrs Jane A. 
126 Garland, Douglas, engineer 
124 Nicoll, James, motor mechanic 
122 Keiller, Wm., windowcleaner 
120 Clark, James S. , journalist 
118 Cameron, John, telep. linesman 
116 Lawson, Blair B., mechanic 
114 Grant, Joseph, clerk 
1 12 Medley, Frank, electrician 
110 Stevens. Edwin C. , asst. foreman 
108 Symington, Albert, clerk 
106 Hendry, William, gardener 
104 Davie, Robert A., clerk 
102 Cumming, Thos., draughtsman 
100 Fyffe, Robert, railway checker 

98 Davidson, John, clerk 

96 Hilton, James, litho. artist 

94 Fyffe, James, manager 

92 Small, Peter, police constable 

90 Torrance, John B. , teacher 

88 Daly, Arthur K., civil servant 

86 Cassie, William, compositor 

84 Cruickshank, James 

82 Stark, James R. , clerk 
... Young, D., tailor 

80 Gammage, Herbert A. 
... Rae, D. D. , tomato grower 

78 Thomson, James, butcher 

76 Young, Robert 

74 Watt, Douglas M., linotype 
operator 

72 Bell, Kenneth C, clerk 

70 Lang, Miss Janet, book-keeper 

68 Law, William H., clerk 
66 Craighead, Mrs Mary J. 



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64 Gall, Peter, telephone fitter 
62 Orrock, Adam, greenkeeper 
60 Learmonth, Catherine 
58 Allison, William, motordriver 
56 Phin, Misa Anna 
54 Birse, John, gardener 
... Birse, David, builder 
52 M 'Laren, Alexander, claims in- 
spector 
50 M'Dade, James, clerk 
48 Forbes, James, manager 
46 Condie, George, clerk 
44 Leisk, Albert R., salesman 
42 Robertson, John, gardener 
40 Robb, Stewart, milloverseer 
36 Grahame, Win. F., constable 
32 Mill, A. E., telephone linesman 
30 Price, Hugh, grocer 
28 M'Naughton, D. , warehouse- 
man 
26 Henderson, Benjamin, clerk 
24 Heron, Thomas, electrician 
20 Stephen, Miss Agnes, grocer 
18 M'Naughton, Stewart, engin'r 
16 Thomson, William, bootmaker 

14 Smith, George, dustman 

12 Lowden, James, joiner 

8 Samson, Alex. , electrical engnr. 
6 Linton, Robt. J., clerk of works 

4 Brough, Joseph, policeman 

2 Bilsland, James, traveller 

FORTHILL PLACE. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Wedderspoon, John W., engnr. 

3 Stewart, William C, fitter 

5 Flight, Mrs William 

9 Ronaldson, Andrew, clerk 

11 Young, Robert, chauffeur 

13 M'Neill, William T., traveller 

15 Gall, William, gasfitter 

16 Davie, Frederick, butcher 

14 Stewart, William, foreman 

12 Brown, James, chauffeur 

10 M 'Robbie, Mrs 

8 Thompson, Albert E., store- 
keeper 

6 Watson, John E., baker 

4 Benvie, John, chauffeur 

2 Robertson, Norman, despatch'r 

FORTHILL ROAD. 

BROUGI1TY FERRY. 

5 Anton, Mrs C. E. 

11 Keay, Alex., &Sons, dairymen 
Stephen, Miss Agnes, grocer 
Steivart street here 



Ayrebrayde — 
F. Airth Grant, stockbroker 
Traill street here 
27 Sturrock, Herbert G. , surveyor 
Fintry place here 

39 Harrow, Edwin, chauffeur 

43 Pullar, Joseph, dairyman 

45 Margach, John, gardener 
47 Rae, William B., gardener 
... M 'Donald, William 

51 Pullar, Miss Margt., confectnr. 
Balgillo road here 

46 Sharp, Stuart C , merchant 

44 Peacock, Alex. D., professor 
42 Cuthbertson, Mrs James 

40 Ewan, Miss E. P. 
Fintry place here 

Forf arshireCricket ClubGround 
Broughty Games Club Ground 
Grove Acad. Recreation Ground 
34 Redoak— 

E. J. AllaD, radio engineer 
John Allan, representative 
Miss C. Lindsay Allan, teacher 
of dancing 
30 Forster, A. E., house furnisher 
28AWebster, Misses 
. Orrock, James, constable 
. Summers, John M., joiner 
. Matthew, James, painter 
. Tait, George, plumber 
. Coventry, Harry, painter 
26 Lawrie, Robt. F. , clerk of works 
... Kennedy, Allan J., manager 
24 Kaecraig — 

RuthvenP. Smith, ironmonger 
22 Robertson, George, baker 
... Walker, Harry B., printer 
20 Crighton, Mrs Robert 
... Millar, Miss Helen S. 

Nursery road here 
12 Keillor, David, market gardnr. 
... Watt, Charles D. , painter 
10 Woodend — Samuel J. Sturrock 
8 Taylor, A. B., sub-inspector of 

schools 
6 Potter, Alexander, shoemaker 
4 Wilson, William, architect 
2 Gray, W. B. 

FOSTER ROAD. 

KINGSWAY. 

2 Parsons, Herbert L. , chemist 
4 Maxwell, Miss A. S., journalist 
6 Scott, George H., overseer 
8 Crighton, Mrs L. , confectioner 
10 Peattie, W. G., accountant 
Bruce road here 



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Foster road — continued 

12 Robertson, Henry A., clerk 

14 Murdoch, G. A., stationer 

FOUNDRY LANE. 

EAST END OF SEAGATE. 

1 SeagateMotor&EngineeringCo. 
... Husband, James, motor factor 

Corporation Refuse Destructor 
43 Soutar, Jas., sheet metal wkr. 
45 Mitchell, Robert, caretaker 
53 Phillips, Airs G., confectioner 
83 Whitton, Thomas, confectioner 

102 Blackscroft Mission Hall 

100 Heyns, Mrs Annie 
... M'Fee, Mrs Robert 
60 Carnegie, John, & Son, Ltd., 

builders 
48 Simpson, James, jute preparer 
... Younger, George, joiner 
36 Watson & Philip, motor engrs. 

FRANCIS STREET. 

STBATHMARTINE ROAD. 

2 Christie, John, mechanic 
... Simmie, Mrs Jane 

... Alexander, David, frenchplshr 

... Borrie, John, painter 

... Henderson, Mrs Mary 

... Butchart, D. R., insur. agent 

FRASER STREET. 

BRUCE STREET. 

1 Rodger, John, confectioner 
... Smith, James, cardriver 

3 Kennedy, James M'G. ,salesm'n 
5 Morris, James, watchmaker 
7 Cameron, Mrs M. 
9 Butchart,DavidM., telegraphist 

11 Scott, George K. , secretary 

13 Stewart, Harry M., dentist 

15 Talbot, Arthur H. , civil servant 

FREDERICK STREET. 

DOWNFIELD. 

21 Esplin, James, foreman 

23 Speed, Alex. , water inspector 

Camperdoim road here 
27 Ramsay, Robert D., grocer 
29 M'Intosh, Misses A. and J. 
... M'Intosh, Robert, cabinetmkr. 
... Dodd, Rev. Henry 
31 Geekie, Robt. D. , manufacturer 
33 Edwards, Alex. L., manager 
35 Ramsay, John, compositor 
37 Leisk, John, tailor 
39 Anderson, Andrew, dairyman 
41 Webster, Miss Grace 



Americanmuir road here 
43 Scott, Gavin, spirit merchant 
... Brown, William, joiner 
... Crosbie, Robert, stationmaster 
... Kennedy, Mrs 
.. Hyud, Mrs S. 
45 Thyne, James C, nurseryman 
49 Ednie, Robert 
51 Simmers, William, secretary 
53 Douglas, Misses 

55 Sutherland, Charles A., news- 

agent 
Cloan road here 

57 Tullis, Adam S. 

58 Edwards, George A., grocer 

56 Rogers, John Y. 
Americanmuir road here 

20 Ford, George, motor engineer 

18 Ramsay, David, joiner 

16 Sturrock, Mrs Robert K. 

14 Donnachie, Andrew 

12 M'Dougall, Dav. , spirit mercht. 

10 Stiven, William 

8 Dick, Mrs B. 

6 Gass, Thomas, traveller 

4 Kelly, John 

2 Anderson, David 

FULLARTON STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

5 Elvin, John, lamplighter 

... Gordon, Thomas, busdriver 

7 Kennedy, Alex., assur. agent 
... Ferguson, Mrs Agnes, statnr. 

9 Ness, Andrew, mechanic 
... Mulliss, James, chauffeur 
... Watson, John D., inspector 
12 M'Laren, Mrs Jessie 

... M'Phail, Daniel, labourer 
10 Knight, Robert, bleacher 

8 Garrigan, John, foreman 
... Casey, Thomas, porter 

6 Cowan, Thomas, labourer 
... Duncan, George 

4 Lee, Mrs Marion 

FYFFE'S LANE. 

LOCHEE. 

1 Ogilvie, George, overseer 
... Thomas, John, wire worker 

7 Wilkie, John, carpetprinter 

9 Cochrane, Mrs William 

2 Gorrie, William, butcher 

FYFFE STREET. 

POLEPARK ROAD. 

1 Jackson, Miss Mary, grocer 

3 Ferrier, James, carter 



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3 Dailly, Miss Margaret 
. . . Miller, Robert, calenderworker 
... Haxton, John, engineer 
Lawrenee street here 

10 Scott, John, & Son, joiners 

GANNOCHIE TERRACE. 

CAELOCHIE PLACE. 

1 Cameron, Alexander 

3 Rae, James, cemetery worker 

5 Brown, Geo. M., fish merchant 

7 Carnegie, Wm. M., fish merch. 
9 Tasker, Miss Kate 

11 Mould, Frederick A., artist 

13 Taylor, Alexander, merchant 

15 Stratton, Misses 

17 M 'Michael, Robert, salesman 

19 Lindsay, Patrick, draughtsman 

21 Whitton, A. G., hardware mer- 

chant 

23 Bell, Mrs J. 

25 Legg, William C, shipmaster 

27 Currie, Thomas R. , bank teller 

29 Cundall, Wilfrid 

... Cundall, Mrs E. M., fruiterer 

31 Walker, John, gardener 

32 Rosine, Robert, shipwright 

30 Macalister, John, boilermaker 

28 Dove, Mrs Isabella 

26 Lowson, John M. , engineer 

24 Mackie, Mrs Peter S. 

22 Donald, Mrs Nettie 

... Arthur, David, enginefitter 

20 Constable, James H., baker 

18 M'Laren, William A., grocer 

16 Dick, Winter, stereotyper 

14 Brown, James R. , insur. agent 

12 Elder, William, engineer 

10 Patterson, Norman B., butcher 

8 Bowie, Mrs M. 

6 Donaldson, Glynn P., customs 

officer 

4 Cameron, Jas. G, insur. agent 
... Cameron, W. M. , music teacher 

2 Rae, Edwin G. S., cashier 

GARDNER STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

11 Jackson, William C, cashier 

13 Mudie, Elsie K. , teacher 

15 Watt, Alexander, engineer 

17 Robertson, Robert L., clerk 

19 Richardson, D., sanitary insp. 

21 Henderson, Wm., electrician 

23 Wears, Thomas M., insur. agent 

25 Spink, John M., compositor 

27 Leslie, Robert, photo engraver 

29 Fisher, C. M., clerk 



31 Buchan, Doug. A., printer 

33 Dewar, Miss i. W., dressmaker 
35 Watson, David S., engineer 
37 Ferguson, Alexander, clerk 

Kilberry street here 
39 Paterson, J. D. , clerk 
41 Wilkie, James, bootmaker 
43 Penny, Alexander 
45 Hendry, Alexander P., french- 

polisher 
... Hendry, Mrs Jessie, butcher 
47 Paterson, Albert, shipwright 
49 Cameron, Angus, compositor 
51 Matheson, Mrs Annie, draper 
53 M'Ginnis, Peter, clerk 
55 Tait, Alexander, joiner 
57 Fettes, James, millmanager 
68 Geddes, Keith W., clerk 
... Stewart, Thomas M. , clerk 
... Donaldson, Peter, clerk 
66 Robertson, Miss Helen 
... Nicoll, Miss Cecilia 
... Brown, Mrs H. M. 
... Crabb, John D., blacksmith 

Kilberry street here 

32 Anton, Mrs Margaret 
... Bell, Mrs Lily 

... Lindsay, William, enginefitter 
. . . Regan, James, postman 
30 Martin, Mrs C. R., licensed 
grocer 

Campbell street here 
28 Anton, George, baker 
26 Fleming, George, clerk 
... M'Dougall, Lawrence, foreman 
mechanic 

M'Dougall, David, baker 

Winter, David, linoleum worker 

Inglis, Hector, tenter 
24 Moon, David S., warehouseman 

Lyon, Mrs John 

Finlay, Wm., linoleum worker 
22 Mackenzie, Alex. R., engineer 

Pearson, James C, mechanic 

Gunning, John, cardriver 

Paterson, W. B., plumber 

Ferguson, Mrs Jessie 

Skea, John, clerk 

Pearson, Norman, dispatcher 

Anderson, David, enginedriver 
20 Davidson, James F., baker 

Neish, Alexander, joiner 

Stevenson. Mrs Jean 

Beaton, Alexander, secretary 
18 Gorton, Miss Jane, dressmaker 

Campbell, John, blockcutter 

Kidd, Miss Lottie 

Jack, George, postman 



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Gardner street — continued 
18 Middleton, George, cabin etmkr. 
16 Whitelaw, Mrs Catherine 
... Farquharson, Miss Catherine 
... Martin, Frank, waiter 
. . . Cruickshanks, George, foreman 
... Roy, William, joiner 
. . . Beaton, William B. , chemist 
14 Mackie, Andrew W., inspector 
... Millar, Thomas, salesman 
. . . Ferguson, William L. , tailor 
... Wylie, Hugh, motordriver 
... Nicoll, Robertson G., engineer 
. . . Mackie, John L. .electrical engr 
10 Fleming, David, motormac 
... Fleming, James, joiner 
... Coull, Alex., housepainter 
... Hain, Mrs Margaret 

8 Rutherford, David, hairdresser 
... Fleming, David, blacksmith 
... Chalmers, Mrs Jane 
... Douglas, James C, joiner 

6 M'Robbie, George, ironturner 
. . . Fairweather,David,eng'edriver 
.. Gellatly, Alexander, clerk 

4 Matthew, Frederick, insur. agt 
... Culross, John, mechanic 
. . . Urq uhar t, Jas. , insurance agent 

2 Golden, James, rail, policeman 
... Niven, John, grocer 
... Wilkie, David, clerk 
... Smith, James A., confectioner 
... M'Fee, David, hacklegrinder 
... Clark, Alex., confectioner 
Lawside Convent 

GARDNER'S LANE. 

LOCHEE ROAD. 

4 Dickson, Mrs William 
... Simpson, John, tinsmith 
... Wright, Mrs William 
... Phillip. Mrs James H. 
... Clark, W. G. , grocer 
... Allan, Miss J. 
... Dickson, Mrs C. , police matron 
10 Donald, William, plumber 
16 Iannetta, Joseph, confectioner 

VlEWPARK COTTAGES 

1 Proctor, Mrs David 

2 Inglis, Mrs John P. 

3 Whitton, David 

4 Bowes, Charles, joiner 

GAR DYNE ROAD. 

CRAIGIE AVENUE. 

Westwood — 

Charles N. Thomson, C.A. 
Hay, William, baker 



GARLAND PLACE. 

BARRACK ROAD. 

2 Weir, Misses, boarding-house 
4 Voice, Hugh Guy, supervisor 

... Corr, Miss Alexina 

.. . Patterson, Arthur,musicteacher 

... Patterson, Mrs I. 

... Dougal, Mrs Mary 

6 Rodger, James, hacklemakers 

. . . Robertson, Margt. P. , clerkess 

... Daw, Alfred R., traveller 

... Leiper, Mrs F. M. 

... Good, Henry, joiner 

... M'Gowan, Mrs James 

... Miln, Mrs 

... Macdonald, Ann 

. . . Stuart, Robert T. , artist 

7 Ness, Miss Mary Y. 

. . . MacLeod, Malcolm C. , stationer 
... Young, Mrs Mary, apartments 

8 M'Ginness, John 
... Whyte, Mrs A. G. 
... Munro, Mrs, baker 
... Will, James G. 

.. Will, Miss Christina F., nurse 
... Will, Miss Bella, nurse 
... Leask, Mrs, apartments 
... Birse, Mrs Isabella 
10 Scott, William L. , draper 
... Clark, Mrs 
... Harris, Albert E., locomotive 

fireman 
... Stoddart, Andrew 
... Shearer, Mrs H. F. 
... Donaldson, John 
12 Maxwell, James, baker 
... M'Rither, D., jun., tinsmith 
... Reid, David, professional 

footballer 
... Maddick, James, engineer 
14 Sharp, James, tailor 
... Robertson, Miss H., fruiterer 
... Lawrence, Arthur, joiner 
... Mitchell, Charles J., clerk 
... Forrester, Mrs 
... Duncan, Mrs Elizabeth 
Dudhope Castle and Park 

Andrew Pattison, caretaker 
Dudhope Museum — 

David Leith, caretaker 

Robert Hay, gardener 

John Aimer, park attendt. 
Mission to Adult Deaf & Dumb ; 

W. H. Wood, missioner 
Dundee Royal Infirmary — 

Dr Gibson, medical supt. 

Win. F. Ferguson, secretary 

David H. Yule, chief porter 



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GELLATLY STREET. 

■DOCK STREKT. 

9 Labour Exchange 
19 Morris, John, motor-hirer 
35 Borzoni, Joseph, fish restaurant 
37 Hutchison, Mrs Annie 
41 Barrie, William, trunkmaker 

43 Connolly, Bernard, confectioner 
45 Soave&Proudfoot,confectionrs. 

49 Muir, George 
... Clark, Mrs 

. . . Chalmers, Mrs Jane 

.. Ross, Mrs Mary 

... Weasenham, W. E. 

51 St Vincent de Paul Society 
53 Mathers, Edward M., cycle agt 
59 Salmond & Fleming, grocers 
61 Campbell, T. W., hairdresser 

63 M 'Irvine, Mrs Jane, apartments 
... Robertson, Alexander, chauffeur 
... Forrest, George, clothier 
... Black, Mrs A. 
... Phillip, Mrs 
. . . Miller, Joseph, linoleum merch. 
65 Easson, Miss M., tobacconist 

64 Linay, F. Carter, res. director 
58 Century Press, printers 

52 M'Leod, Richard, butcher 

50 Connolly, Catherine 
... Kenny, William, carpetweaver 
... Spalding, Mrs W. 

... Aitken & Wright, wholesale 

provision merchants 
4S Edwards, Margaret, grocer 

44 M'Intosh, William, spiritdealer 
24 Milne, John, & Son, wholesale 

grocers 
22 Burnett, Lawrence, labourer 
20 Bowden, J. & J. , egg merchts. 
18 Davidson, Mrs Jane, dairy- 
keeper 
16 Philp, Andrew, produce mercht. 
14 Fairley, Jessie, fruiterer 
12 Gannon, James, boot repairer 
... Petrie, David, fishmonger 
10 Parazone Co., Ltd. 
... Wallace, David, contractor 
... Chalmers, George, contractor 
8 Brown, Mrs M., restaurateur 
6 Anderson, D. H., spiritdealer 

4 Gellatly, Mrs Helen 
... Robbie, Mrs William 

2 Styles, John R., spirit mercht. 

GEORGE STREET— North. 

MAXWELLTOWN. 

3 Cook, Thomas, boot repairer 

5 Walls, Peter, factoryworker 



9 Muirhead, Mrs Jessie 
11 Miller, Elizabeth, hairdresser 
13 Durkie, David, baker 

15 Jackson, J. M., cycle agent 
... Muirhead, Mrs Sarah 

17 Clark, William P., baker 

19 Stewart, Harry, fruiterer 
James street here 

25 Maxwelltown Works ; Jute In- 

dustries, Ltd. , manufacturers 
46 Jack, Thomas R , baker 
44 Sacco, Francis, confectioner 
42 Stewart, Archibald, lampfitter 
... Dickson, Alex., machineman 
40 Lindsay, Richard, collector 
... Galloway, William, tailor 
... Williams, Mrs H. , fruiterer 
36 Fowler, John, church- officer 
34 Miller, Thomas, puddingmaker 
32 Law, D. & G. , slaters 
30 Carmichael, Jas. , coal merchant 
Ca/drum street here 

28 Pryde, Miss Bertha 

... King, William, newsagent 
.:. Taylor, James, cabinetmaker 

26 Day Nursery ; Miss H. Chap- 

man, matron 

6 Carstairs, Margaret, dressmkr. 
... Braid, George, baker 

... Clark, John, grocer 
... M'Nab, Robert, bleacher 
... Reilly, John, upholsterer 
... Beattie, Alex., lamplighter 

2 Curr, John M. , baker 

... Davie, James R. , dentist 
. . . Fleming, Robt. , factory overseer 
... Simpson, Mrs Sarah 
... Dickson, Miss E. 

GEORGE STREET— South. 

FOREBANK. 

3 Phin, Miss L. 

... Souter, William, grocer 
5 Fernie, William H. , engineer 

7 Sari, Mrs Walter 

9 Fisher, Stephen G., joiner 
11 Grieve, Robert, works mangr. 
... Craig, Margaret T., draper 

Wellington street here 
23 Mitchell, John, postman 

27 Christie, Alexander,millworker 
... Fleming, Lindsay, blacksmith 

29 Millar, Mrs James 

20 Martin, Mrs William 

... Mackenzie, David, clerk 

16 Charles, George, ironturner 
10 Crawford, Mrs Janet 

... Nicoll, David 



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George street, South — continued 
10 Wilson, Peter, foreman 
... M 'Lagan, Mrs Charles 
... Ritchie, Robert, leathercutter 
South Ellen street here 
Wellington street here 
4 Lawrence, William, chauffeur 
... Young, James, milloverseer 
... Hay, Francis, clerk 

2 Crighton, John, newsagent 

GIBB'S LANE. 

LOCHEE. 

(One way street — Northwards) 

1 Carr, John N., clerk 

... Hamilton, Stewart, joiner 
... Sadler, William, gardener 
... Graham, William R. 0., baker 
... Cameron, Mrs Agnes 
... Michie, William, porter 

3 Couttie, Mrs Ina 
... Myles, John, baker 
... M'Laren, Miss Jessie J. 
... Brown, Charles, engineer 
... Smith, William, tenter 
... Davidson, J. L., overseer 
... Black, Mrs Ethel, confectioner 

13 Graham, William, sen., mason 
... Barrie, George, joiner 

... Reid, John A., engineer 

... Herd, John J., mechanic 

... Mitchell, Charles, overseer 

15 Murray, Mrs J. R. , house proptr. 

... Hopkins, Mrs Jean 

... Morgan, Miss E., retd. teacher 

... Bell, William, motordriver 

... Low, Mrs Elizabeth 

... Martin, David, fishmonger 

... Sorrie, James, motordriver 

14 Johnston, John 

12 Ramsay, Robert, housefactor 

10 Moon, John 

8 M'Dougall, Alexander, packer 
6 Nannery, Thomas, baker 

4 Butchart, David, grocer 

2 St Mary's R.C. Boys' School; 

John M 'Donald, headmaster 

GILLBURN ROAD. 

DOWNFIELD. 

6 Ramsay, William P. 

7 Cassie, James H., overseer 

8 Lumsden, Miss A. 0. 
... Kinnison, Mrs M. 

9 Morrison, Andrew 

10 Sherwood, Joseph, manager 

11 Dorward, Mrs Helen 

12 Greenhill, James D., chemist 



GLAMIS DRIVE. 

GLAMIS ROAD. 

1 Pride, Alexander 

3 Pirie, Mrs George A. 

5 Redmyre — 

Douglass A. Mortimer, solicitor 

7 Couper, Mrs C. H. 

9 Thomson, William P., clerk 

Hillside road here 
13 Greystones — 

H. Hodgson Garrett 
15 Ames, William M., manager 
.. Ames, Dr Dorothy H. M. 
17 M 'Ritchie, J. B. 
21 Scott, James, optician 
34 Nicoll, Andrew 
Hazel drive here 
12 Westgate— Alf. W. Kennedy, 
insurance secretary 

10 Whyte, Mrs J. Mackie 

8 Millar, Alexander T., C.A. 

6 Valentine, Eastou S., ret. tchr. 
... Dobson, Mrs Geo. B. , cert, nurse 

4 Malcolm, Adam, housefurnisher 

GLAMIS PLACE. 

GLAMIS TERRACE. 

Langlands, Alexander A. 
Page, Walter, manager 

GLAMIS ROAD. 

PERTH ROAD. 

3 Duncraig — 
Mrs T. Couper 

5 Draffen, William Stirling 

7 Stobie, George, fruiterer 
... Stobie, Andrew, fruiterer 

9 The Bungalow- 

David Patterson, solicitor 

11 Cliftonbank — 

Mrs James Fearns 
Blackness road here 
21 Fulton, Professor Angus R. 
23 Rheidorrach — 

T. G. A. Miller, insur. mngr. 
25 Westlyn— 

Alfred M. Clark, fruit mercht. 
29 Lyndene — John Clark 
31 Dundas, James, traveller 

Elliot road here 
188 Scott, Robert M. , police lieut. 
186 Yeaman, James S., traveller 
184 Braemar — Mrs M. Johnstone 
182 Gillford— 

H. S. Cargill, millmanager 
180 Edward, Victor, hairdresser 
178 Tornashun — 

William B. Smith, fireman 



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289 



176 Gronbach, G. F., butcher 
170 Berma — 

Charles M. Bertie, overseer 
168 Powrie, John G. , clerk 
166 Davidson, John, mason 
164 Fraser, Alexander, newsagent 
146 Adam, George, plasterer 
144 Caberfeidh — 

James Inglis, chauffeur 
142 Mann, John W, headmaster 
132 Shieldaig— Mrs Abel 

Miss Giles 
130 Rahalton — 

Hugh P. Cathcart, C.A. 
128 Orcadia— 

Alex. T. Reoch, chemist 
Hillside cottage — 
John Jack, farm worker 
Hillside- 
James Milne, ploughman 
David Muat, linoleum worker 
36 Forrest, Robert 
34 Inverawe — Mrs Ivy Morgan 
32 Gracie, William D., C.A. 
30 Bisset, Misses E. and B. 
26 Smith, James L. 
Glamis drive here 
20 Craighall— 

William W. Wilson, merchant 

18 Gowriecote — 

John M'Gill, draper 

GLAMIS STREET. 

MAIN STREET. 

1 Sharp, Hugh, spirit merchant 
3 Dalgety, John 

... Brown, John, radio dealer 
5 Douglas, William, lie. broker 
7 Hamilton, John, grocer 
9 Page, Mary, weaver 

. . . Reid & Beat, slaters 

11 Towns, Charles, labourer 

13 Smith, John, machineman 

15 Cathro, Mrs Agnes 

... Crockett, Robert, watchmaker 

17 Baxter, Mrs James 

19 Ramsay, John, milloverseer 
... Farnie, Mrs Robina 

.. Hamilton, John, grocer 

GLAMIS TERRACE. 

GLAMIS ROAD. 

2 Brown, James E. 

GLEBE STREET. 

LILYBANK ROAD. 

1 Belli, Primo, fish restaurateur 

3 Lilburn, James, sawyer 

15 



3 Dakers, James 

... Gray, George, labourer 
... Wilson, David, carpenter 

5 Macdonald, Donald, plater 
... Stewart, John, machineman 
Watson street here 

9 Sheach, Frank, carter 

11 Brown, Mrs William 
13 Gorrie, Miss C. 

15 Marshall, Arthur W., tenter 
17 Dunn, William 

12 Flynn, Wm,, assist, overseer 
... Cameron, James, railwayman 
10 Burnett, William, labourer 
... Moncrieff, Robert, labourer 

Watson street here 
8 Dundee Eastern Co-op. Soc.,Ld. 

4 Scott, James, carpenter 



GLENAFFRIC TERRACE. 

JOHNSTON AVENUE. 

1 Samson, George 

3 Samson, David 

4 Moore, David, clerk 

2 Pratt, Andrew S., dentist 



GLENAGNES ROAD. 

BLACKNESS ROAD. 

1 Baxter, Thomas, janitor 

15 Clapperton, Mrs Robert 
M'Gregor & Co., manufacturers 
Logie avenue here 

32 Chasser, Edward, spirit mer- 
chant 
30 Macarthur, Peter, represent'ive 
28 Carrie, David, painter 
26 MacFarlane, Alex., newsagent 
24 Truesdale, David, steward 
22 Soutar, Victor G., traveller 
20 Knight, Miss Jessie 
18 Batchelor, James 

16 Rennie, Keith, plumber 
14 Robertson, John, gardener 
12 Lonie, Margaret 

10 Whyte, Misses R. and E. 

8 Thirde,RobertM..clerkofwrks. 

6 Weddell, James H. , spirit mer- 
chant 

4ALaing, Misses 

4 Cathro, William A., printer 
Glenagnes street here 

2AAnderson, Henry, fish mercht. 
... Landsburgh, William, grocer 
... Christie, Isabella, grocer 
... Hillocks, Burton C. 
... Bell, Miss E. L., bookseller 



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2Ajenkins, Frederick, assistant 
council officer • 

2 Brady, Patrick, grocer 

... Vaughan, John, warehouseman 
... Third, Wilhelmina, milliner 
... Robertson, Jas., enginedriver 
... Munro, Misses M. and J. 
... Donaldson, Mrs Marion 

GLENCLOVA TERRACE. 

STRATHMORE AVENUE. 

1 Gegan, John R., tobacconist 

3 M'Lean, John 

5 Wann, Miss Annie, dressmaker 

7 Beat, Mrs Barbara 

9 Taylor, David K., overseer 

11 Wilson, Harry, signalman 

13 M 'Keith, John, clerk 

15 M'Intosh, Wm. D., constable 

17 Cuthbert, Thomas, clerk 

19 Mackenzie, Mrs K. M. 

21 Fraser, James F. 

23 Clow, Misses 

25 Wilkie, Walter, insur. agent 

27 Neilson, Walter, clerk 

29 Purves, William S., stereotyper 

31 Smith, John J., teacher 

33 Brand, John W., machineman 

35 Smith, Miss Jane, teacher 

36 Farquharson, George, builder 

34 Small, James A., assur. agent 

32 Ford, Joseph, grocer 

30 Meldrum, Miss Thomasina 

28 Hendry, Mrs Helen 

26 Millar, Alexander, manager 

24 Mudie, Alexander, stationer 

22 Kidd, James, engineer 

20 Warden, Mrs Jane 

18 Doig, Samuel S., stationer 

14 Campbell, Miss M. Munro, 

ladies' hairdresser 

12 Auld, Walter J., lino, operator 

10 Kinloch, George, bootmaker 

8 Gibson, Nicol, baker 

6 Donechy, Mrs Mary 

4 Warden, James, fitter 

2 Piggot, Edward, butcher 

GLENESK AVENUE. 

LOONS ROAD. 

1 M'Leish, Wm., ex-police sergt 

3 Bell, Alex. M.,sanitaryinspectr 

5 Maclean, Donald, district secy 

7 Duffy, Mrs Rose 

9 Wilkie, Mrs Catherine 

11 Crow, Robert 

13 Easson, Mrs Robert 



15 Starke, John A., grocer 
17 Kinloch, Andrew, engineer 
... Kinloch, John, billiard- room 

proprietor 
19 Penny, James, clerk 
21 Robertson, Mrs Robert C. 
23 Blair, Henry P., fitter 
25 Ker, David M., dispatcher 
27 Yule, William, vanman 
29 Morrison, William R., overseer 
31 Crightou, James 
33 Watson, Robert, insur. agent 
35 Christie, Jas. A., police const. 

Glenisla terrace here 
37 Duff, Norman P. , traveller 
39 Murison, Frank, joiner 
41 Small, Allan, police constable 

43 M'Leish, David L., optician 

45 Donald, Fred, car conductor 

47 Duncan, Mrs William 

49 Swan, John, baker 

51 Irvine. John, electrical engineer 

53 Cant, John, assistant registrar 

55 Gunn, Mrs Robina 

57 Hackney, Charles, baker 

59 Scott, Alex. , insurance agent 

61 Hood, Mrs Levi D. 

63 Christie, Wm., yard inspector 

65 Christie, William, engineer 

67 Watt, Stuart R., joiner 

69 Irons, David, tenter 

71 Lindsay, John, draughtsman 
96 Guild, David, foreman 

94 Murray, Mrs Sarah 

92 M'Walter, John, joiner 

90 Landsburgh, David, grocer 

88 Finlay, John, clerk 

86 Thomas, Albert, clerk 

84 Soave, Luigi, confectioner 

82 Yule, James, clerk 

78 Keith, William, goods checker 

76 Dron, Mrs Agnes 

74 Duncan, Norman, telep. engnr. 

72 Suttie, Wm. E., sorting clerk 

70 Sturrock, Andrew M., clerk 

68 Philip, John, ironturner 

66 Cairncross, John, teacher 

64 Watson, Thomas, clerk 

62 Gray, Edward, clerk 

60 M'Lean, David K. , tenter 

58 Cameron, J. M., chief clerk 

56 Glass, David, bobbinmaker 

54 Forbes, Edward, house steward 

52 M'Intosh, Alfred J. D. 

50 Tyrie, John, patternmaker 

48 Kennedy, John W., cable jointer 

46 Lamond, Miss Mabel, clerkess 

44 Walker, John, hairdresser 



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42 Roberts, James S., manager 

40 Peebles, Peter, gasfitter 

38 Noddell, Miss Barbara, nurse 

36 Roger, William P. , foreman 

34 Donaldson, George, clerk 

32 Marr, David, traveller 

28 Stewart, Robert, patternmaker 

26 Campbell, Colin, clerk 

24 Bullions, Wm. A. , photographr. 

22 M' Donald, Mrs Kmily 

20 M'Kay, George, chauffeur 

18 Beadie, Alexander, postman 

16 Elvin, Thomas A., inspector 

14 Samson, David, baker 

12 Wallace, William, baker 

10 Robb, Joseph P., headmaster 

6 Wallace, James, ex-constable 

4 Stuart, Charles W. 

2 Stanier, Arthur, traveller 

GLENISLA TERRACE. 

ALPIN ROAD. 

1 Lamont, Robert, gasfitter 

3 Watson, Allan, plumber 

5 Wyllie, Peter, printer 

7 Sim, Rich